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That may seem like a silly question for a player that is tied for eight with 524 receiving yards, but after losing his starting QB, it’s something to consider. That, and the fact that he has just 50 yards in the past two games.
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He really has been hit or miss this year+. When he’s good, like in Weeks 1, 2 and 5, he averages 151.3 yards per game. Unfortunately, when he’s bad, like in Weeks 3, 6, and 7, he averages 22.3 ypg. That’s some serious Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde stuff.
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Besides losing Romo, Dez Bryant is coming on. He has three TDs in the past two weeks, which gives him one more TD on the year than Miles (not to mention the two punt returns he took to the house). Plus, Roy Williams didn’t go away quietly. He has five TDs on the year, though he didn’t catch a ball last week. Through in Jason Witten, who is averaging 77 yards per game over his past three with 2 TDs after a slow start. It’s almost like there are too many mouths to feed.
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That’s before you even consider Felix Jones. The Cowboys desperately need to establish their ground game. Jones has been more active the past three weeks, a trend that will likely continue going forward.
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Obviously he’s too talented to bench, even with Kitna at QB, but if you are deep at WR, or play in a 2 WR league, it may be worth considering it. At least until he proves he’s more like the boon receiver rather than the bust.
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  • Written by Eric Stashin of www.rotoprofessor.com

     


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    Miles Austin may have opened the 2009 season third on the Cowboys depth chart, but he finished among the elite receivers in the game.  The real question is, can he repeat his success or is he a threat for a major regression?

     

    Before we can talk about the future, let’s look at the past.  Austin didn’t start the Cowboys’ first four games, picking up just five catches for 81 yards.  In fact, in Week 3, he failed to catch a pass against the Carolina Panthers.

     

    When Roy Williams suffered an injury, Williams slid into the lineup against the Chiefs on October 11 and never really looked back.  He exploded for 10 catches, 250 yards and 2 TD.  He followed that up two weeks later against the Falcons, catching six passes for 171 yards and 2 TD.

     

    He finished with 81 catches for 1,320 yards and 11 TD.  Among the successes:

     

    • The yards were third in the NFL (first in the NFC)
    • He was tied for fourth in TD among receivers, behind the leaders with 13 (Vernon Davis, Larry Fitzgerald & Randy Moss)
    • He was second in the league in receptions of 20 or more yards with 21 (Andre Johnson had 22)
    • He was third in the league in receptions of 40 or more yards with 8 (DeSean Jackson led the league with 10)

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    Few teams are stacked the way the Dallas Cowboys are. Love them or hate them, you have to respect the talent they have on both sides of the ball. Fantasy owners will be clamoring for the ‘Boys. Here’s a look at how they stack up.


    Fantasy Playoff Schedule
    :  Slightly Difficult
    They are very talented and showed they can win down the stretch. The next step is proving they can do it in the playoffs, but that has no bearing on their fantasy rating. Dallas faces Philly and Washington at home and Arizona on the road. While the match-ups are difficult, the fact that they play two of the games at home help. Weather should not play a role in the games.


    Five Star Fantasy Options
    Tony Romo – He dates extremely hot women. When he’s not playing football, he’s an amazing golfer. He should be easy to hate, but his smile makes it hard to…at least until you face him in fantasy. He threw for 4483 yards last year with 26 TDs to 9 INT. He was good for a 63.1 completion percentage and a 97.6 passer rating. Throw in 105 yards and a score on the ground and you’re looking at one of the top fantasy QBs in the league. One that got another weapon via the draft.

     

    Jason Witten – I’d like to see more than two TDs out of Witten, but he’s easily one of the premier TEs in the league. Over the past six seasons he’s averaged 81.3 catches for 936.3 yards and 4.3 TDs.
    Update:  The Cowboys will make it a priority to get the ball to Witten in the red zone this year according to the Dallas Morning News, which further solidifies him as one of the premier fantasy TEs to target this year.


    Four Star Fantasy Options
    Felix Jones – If the Cowboys didn’t have such a crowded backfield I’d put him as a five star option, but he will have to share with Marion Barber III and Tashard Choice. That said, he is an explosive back that, when healthy, will help carry fantasy teams.

     

    Miles Austin – Clearly he had five star production last year wit 81 catches for 1320 yards and 11 TDs, but he’ll have to prove it before he gets a five star rating from me. Especially when you consider the other weapons at the Cowboys’ disposal. He’s a big, physical receiver that can impose his will on his opponents.


    Three Star Fantasy Options
    Marion Barber – Barber, assuming he’s healthy, will get plenty of touches. He’ll likely be the goal line back as well. Barber is leaner this year, which will give him a burst that was lacking last year. He’s a capable receiver and blocker. He would see increased value if Jones got hurt, but it would be a limited increase as Tashard Choice would be in line for increased opportunities as well.

     

    Roy Williams – I know he’s underachieved in Dallas, but I’m banking on Dez Bryant’s arrival to push Roy. He only had 38 catches for 596 yards last year, but did manage 7 TDs.

     

    Cowboys Defense/Special Teams - The Cowboys aren’t just loaded on the offensive side of the ball. They have a very capable defense. Unfortunately they have a tough schedule (Eagles & Giants twice, Texans, Titans, Vikings, Packers, Saints, Colts, and Cardinals).


    Two Star Fantasy Options
    Tashard Choice – No team in the NFL can boast about a trio of RBs like the Cowboys have. The only thing keeping Choice for three or four star rating is opportunity. He can handle the load if called upon. Unfortunately he’s third on the totem pole.

     

    Dez Bryant – He’s full of talent, but has a little baggage. Well, he came to the right place. Dallas can look past it, especially since it’s nothing major, and get production out of him. Unfortunately there will be a learning curve as a rookie. Not to mention a plethora of options he has to compete with for the football.


    One Star Fantasy Options
    Patrick Crayton – Crayton is almost certain to have a new home in 2010. Depending on where he lands, he could easily see his value jump up to the two or three star range. If he isn’t moved, he just won’t get enough opportunities.

     

    Martellus Bennett – Bennett would need a Witten injury to emerge, but he is a big, talented TE. In the least I expect him to be more of a red zone thread in 2010.


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    I’m going to look at the matchups each week and pick five fantasy starters that could be in for a tough week.  Here’s a look at players who could struggle this week.

    Matt Hasselbeck, Seattle Seahawks – Matt had his way against the Rams last week, but I think that’s going to be a familiar tune in St. Louis.  He faces the 49ers next week, and while they aren’t going to confuse anyone for Pittsburgh, Mike Singletary has his team believing and they are going to get after it on Defense.  Kurt Warner didn’t look particularly well against the Niners last week, and even without two of his top three wides, he still has more weapons than Hasselbeck.  Bonus:  Don’t count on Julius Jones to repeat.

    Steve Slaton, Houston Texans – Albert Haynesworth may not be in Tennessee anymore, but that Titan Defense is still very tough.  A trendy pick to earn a Wildcard spot, Houston is in danger of falling to 0-2.  Tennessee is also in danger of falling to 0-2.  They are going to do their best to shut down the rushing attack and put pressure on Matt Schaub.  Bonus:  Don’t rely on Schaub this week.

    Matt Forte, Chicago Bears - Forte faced a tough Packer defense to open the season and things get worse.  He takes on Pittsburgh at home.  He was limited to 55 yards on 25 carries (2.2 ypc) in the opener, and, perhaps even more concerning, he did not catch a pass after leading all RBs in that category last week.  One bright spot is not having to face Troy Polamalu, but the forecast is still not sunny for Forte.  Bonus:  Avoid Jay Cutler as well.

    Roy Williams, Dallas Cowboys - Roy started the season off on the right foot with 3 catches for 86 yards and a score last week against Tampa Bay, but the Giants are going a much more difficult challenge for the Boys.  The G-Men are going to get after Romo, and I see him relying more on Witten and his Backs this week.

    Chad Ochocinco, Cincinnati Bengals - Ocho had a nice game with 5 catches for 89 yards against Denver.  They are going to find out the Packers’ defense is much stiffer than the Broncos’.  To me this could be one of those ugly games where they muster only 150-180 passing yards or so, which would make Ocho a risky play.  Bonus:  Avoid all Bengals this week.


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    Eric Stashin the Rotoprofessor

    Last season the Cowboys gave up a hefty bounty to acquire Roy Williams from the Detroit Lions, putting huge expectations on him that he may be able to propel them to the next level.  For the entire season he had 36 catches and 430 yards, but after the deal he had just 19 catches for 198 yards and 1 TD in ten games.

    That’s a huge disappointment, to say the least.  As we approach the 2009 season he enters as the team’s top receiving threat, with Terrell Owens being cut loose in the off season.

    There’s a lot of pressure on Tony Romo to succeed, as many pointed to Owens as one of his major problems.  The feeling was that he felt obligated to consistently force the ball to TO, detracting from his performance and that of some of the other receivers.

    While tight end Jason Witten may be the top receiver for the team, he already had 81 catches and 952 yards in 2008, exactly how much better could he potentially get?  The team is going to have to look to get the ball downfield, and Williams has proven in the past to be capable of doing so.  Let’s not forget his big 2006 campaign, when he had 82 catches for 1,310 yards.  That year he had 24 catches for 20+ yards.

    He’s not going to be a stud in the red zone.  He’s never had more than 8 TD catches in a season, with only 30 in his five-year career.  While the catches and yards are going to rebound, don’t look for the TD to be enough to carry him to the elite levels.

    The other big issue is his ability to stay on the field.  Only once as he played in all 16 games, certainly limiting his potential to post the monster numbers expected from the seventh overall pick in the 2004 draft.

    As for what I would expect from him this season:

    Receiving: 71 catches, 1,075 yards, 7 TD

    Those numbers would make him a solid #2 option in all formats.  I don’t see him as being one of the elite, but with a full training camp to adjust to the offense he should be able to get worked in and flourish as the top receiver in the system (albeit, potentially the second option).

    He said it himself, quoted on CBS as saying, “If I’m coached to do it the right way, I can do it. Just tell me what to do and I can do it, coach. Because, once again, I am a coachable wide receiver who does what he’s coached to do.”

    While he wouldn’t be my top choice to have as my second WR, he certainly is a player that I’d feel comfortable owning.

    What about you?  How do you see Williams performing this season?  Could he emerge as one of the elite?

    NFL League Notes

    6 May 2009

    Detroit’s Local Ties Helps Get Them Get a Foote in the Door
    The Lions didn’t waste much time snatching up Larry Foote’s services.  It’s a homecoming for Foote as he grew up in Detroit and went to the University of Michigan.  Foote had just 63 tackles last year after averaging 91 over the previous three years.  Foote also has 14.5 Sacks and 3 INTs since 2004.  He lost time to Lawrence Timmons, who recorded 65 tackles, and will replace Foote in the starting lineup. 

    Bengals’ Levi Not the Right Fit
    The addition of Rookie LT Andre Smith made Levi Jones expendable.  That and Jones’ injury history.  He missed six games last year seventeen over the previous three seasons.  He’s a big guy at 6’5″ and 307 Lbs and if he can get his health squared away, he’ll have no problem finding work.

    Scoped Knee for McGahee
    The Baltimore Sun is reporting that Willis McGahee had his knee scoped.  With Le’Ron McClain and a healthy Ray Rice, McGahee’s fantasy value is very limited.  The Sun is also reporting that Jerry Porter and D.J. Hackett will try to catch on with the team.

    ***UPDATE***
    The Other Roy Williams signs with the Bengals
    NFL.com is reporting that Safety Roy Williams has agreed to a deal with the Cincinnati Bengals.  Williams is one of the game’s best hitters, but he has lost a step in recent years.  He should fit in well with the Bengals as he is familiar with Roger Goodell because of his horse collar tackles.

    The Rich get Richer

    14 October 2008

    Yesterday we heard about Tony Romo going down with a broken pinkie.  The depression in Big D didn’t last long though as the Cowboys acquired one of their native sons.  The Wide Receiver Roy Williams returns to Texas where he was born and starred as a Longhorn.  When Romo does return, and I suspect it will be before the four weeks that everybody is reporting, he’ll have another weapon at his disposal.

    So what does it do in fantasy circles?  For starters, I’d say it gives Brad Johnson and eventually Tony Romo an uptick in their values. When you add a playmaker to the mix, your QB almost always benefits.  I don’t see a big change for Marion Barber.  Teams already respected the Cowboys’ passing game.  Roy Williams’ value actually takes a little hit.  Yes, he’s part of a better team and better Offense, but there is a price to pay for that.  Instead of just sharing with Megatron, he has to share with T.O., Jason Witten, Patricky Crayton, Miles Austin, and Marion Barber.  T.O. and Witten will probably take a small step back because they will see less passes their way.  The guys who suffer the most will be Crayton and Austin.  Instead of being #2 & #3 WRs they move back to #3 & #4.  What’s worse is they are now 4th and 4th options. 

    In Detroit Calvin Johnson’s stock goes up a little.  He’s clearly the go-to-guy now, as if he hadn’t already taken that title.  He’ll draw more double-teams, but he’s a freakish athlete that will still be able to get away from the pack.  Although with their QB situation, I’m not sure any Lions WRs are reliable.

    Detroit Lions Preview

    29 August 2008

    The Detroit Lions are at it again.  They rid themselves of the Mad Scientist Mike Martz so maybe they will have a little more balance in their offense.  They still have that Matt Millen fella hanging around.  I’m not sure what it would take for him to get canned.  I guess at least it gives us something to talk about.

    Offensively the Lions are hoping Calvin Johnson can stay healthy and bring his preseason explosiveness into the real games.  He was slowed by a back injury for much of last year, but has looked great thus far.  He forms a dynamic duo with Roy Williams that should allow Jon Kitna to post solid numbers.  They have good complimentary receivers in Mike Furrey and Shaun McDonald.  On the ground they drafted Kevin Smith out of UCF.  He’ll team with Tatum Bell to give the Lions a decent 1-2 punch. 

    Defensively this team was a mess last year.  They gave up passing yards like the people on the Strip handing out those Call Girl cards.  Ernie Sims and Paris Lenon made a solid 1-2 punch at Linebacker.  They both tallied over 100 tackles last year.  Shaun Rogers moved onto Cleveland so DeWayne White and Jared DeVries will be asked to put pressure on the QB.

    I expect another season in the cellar for the Lions.  The rest of the division sports solid defenses, one thing that Detroit clearly lacks.  If they can claw their way to 7 Wins, I’d be impressed. 

    Fantasy-wise the Lions have some options.  Jon Kitna is a great backup and borderline starter given the pair of dandy wideouts he has in Calvin Johnson and Roy Williams.  I expect Calvin Johnson to outperform Roy this year.  Kevin Smith could provide them with a weapon out of the backfield, which is something that’s been missing in year’s past.  If you’re in a large league, Tatum Bell is worth a flier, but I’d keep him on the waiver wire in smaller leagues.  Don’t go anywhere near that Defense except to start everyone that faces them.

    Second Tier WRs
    We’ve profiled the Big Dog WRs,  now it’s time to examine the next wave of wideouts.  These will most likely be your 2nd or 3rd WRs depending on your league size and your draft stratgey.  They are solid wideouts, but not quite the caliber of the Big Dogs.

    Brandon Marshall – The only thing that kept Brandon Marshall from runnin’ with the Big Dogs is his maturity, or lack thereof.  Numbers are numbers though and he went for over 1300 yards and 7 TDs last year.  If he can avoid fast food bags, he should have another solid year.  He’s the one 2nd Tier WR that’s most likely to be a Big Dog.

    Wes Welker – When the Patriots offense is clicking, there really is no answer for Welker.  I still think if he caught 20+ passes in the Super Bowl the outcome would have been different.  The Giants had no answer for him.  112 catches last year.  That’s amazing.  I think he can catch more if that’s what the Defenses present to TB. 

    Anquan Boldin – Boldin took a step back in yardage last year, but his TD production went up.  He caught a career high 9 TDs depsite missing 4 games.  If he gets steady QB play again this year he’ll produce with the best of them.

    Greg Jennings – Jennings was awesome last year.  He had 12 TDs and nearly 1000 yards.  Of course, Brett Favre was throwing to him.  I couldn’t quite justify making him a Big Dog without his favorite gunslinger.  He scored in 10 of the 13 games he played in last year.

    Roy Williams – Roy took a major step back from the 1300 yard 2006 season he produced.  That doesn’t mean he can’t return there though.  He needs to prove he can stay healthy and he’ll be a heck of a value come draft day.

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    2004 NFL Draft Re-mix

    19 June 2008
    Here’s a look back at the 2004 NFL Draft to see who the teams would take if they could do it over knowing what they know today.  This was a lot of fun making.  I hope you enjoy it. 

    #1 San Diego Chargers – Larry Fitzgerald
    So you keep Drew Brees and add a two-time Pro Bowl WR.  There is no QB controversy and you add a WR with a pair of 100 catch, 1400 yard, 10 TD seasons.

    #2 Oakland Raiders – Ben Roethlisberger
    To say Robert Gallery has been a disappoinment is a major understatement.  If they could do it over again they would add Big Ben, who has the arm and th moxie to lead Oakland out of the doldrums.

    #3 Arizona Cardinals – Jared Allen
    The Cardinals can’t let a high-energy pass rushing phenom get away.  They grab the 2007 NFL Sack leader here.  He has 230 Tackles and 43 Sacks in four seasons. 

    #4 New York Giants – Eli Manning
    We’ll avoid all of the nonsense that went on with this draft day trade and simply keep Eli Manning in New York, where he led them to a Super Bowl last year.  He has 11.385 yards and 77 TDs in four seasons.

    #5 Washington Redskins – Sean Taylor
    You can’t predict the tragedy that took Sean Taylor’s life.  I won’t disparage his memory by replacing him.

    #6 Cleveland Browns – Vince Wilfork
    Perhaps nobody clogs up the middle quite as well as Wilfork (listed at 6’2″, 325 lbs).  He’s racked up 195 Tackles and 5.5 Sacks in his career.  The game is won in the trenches, and Wilfork provides an immediate upgrade.

    #7 Detroit Lions – Will Smith
    Instead of drafting another Wide Receiver the Lions go with the Fresh Prince instead.  In four years he has 220 Tackles and 33.5 Sacks.  He’s never had less than 7 Sacks in a year. 

    #8 Atlanta Falcons – Philip Rivers
    DeAngelo Hall has skills, but he was such a pain that they shipped him out of town.  With Michael Vick a few years away from the cooler, the Falcons would be wise to grab Philip Rivers, who’s been pretty solid for San Diego.  The 2006 Pro Bowler has 6540 yards and 43 TDs (to only 24 INTs) the past two years.  He has a 86.6 career passer rating and a 60.8% completion percentage.

    #9 Jacksonville Jaguars – Roy Williams
    The Jags brought in Jerry Porter and Troy Williamson this year so you know their situation needs addressing.  They turn to Roy Williams who has 244 catches for 3650 Yards and 28 TDs in four years.

    #10 Houston Texans – Steven Jackson
    Action Jackson could have possibly gone sooner, but when you can address QB and defensive line needs, you do so.  Jackson has 4249 Rushing Yards, 1586 Receiving Yards, and 36 TDS (30 Rushing) in four years.  He has three straight 1000 yard seasons despite being hampered with an injury last year.

    #11 Pittsburgh Steelers – Willie Parker
    I guess this time they’ll have to draft two-time Pro Bowler Fast Willie.  He’s had three straight 1200+ yard seasons.  For his career he has 4198 Yards and 19 TDs.   

    #12 New York Jets – Bob Sanders
    Jonathan Vilma was a pretty good selection for the Jets, but considering they already chose to go in a different direction, I’ll pick Defensive Player of the Year Bob Sanders to bring some toughness to the Jets D.  He’s not big, but he packs a punch.  He has fought through injuries to rack up 251 Tackles, 3.5 Sacks, and 4 INTs.  He’s earned All-Pro and Pro Bowl honors in 2005 & 2007.

    #13 Buffalo Bills – Lee Evans
    Although he’s inconsistent, can you imagine the Bills without him?  They would be even more hurting at WR.  He has 233 Receptions for 3727 Yards, and 29 TDs.  If only I can convince him that month is December.

    #14 Chicago Bears – Tommie Harris
    Chicago  sticks with their pick and takes two-time All-Pro (3 Pro Bowls) DT Tommie Harris.  When healthy he’s one of the best in the game.  He has 141 Tackles and 19.5 Sacks to date.

    #15 Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Jonathan Vilma
    Putting Vilma alongside Derrick Brooks would be a lot of fun.  Vilma has 441 Tackles, including 173 in 2005 earning him a Pro Bowl nod, and 6 INTs. 

    #16 Philadelphia Eagles – Shawn Andrews
    Anytime you draft a quality Offensive Lineman, you hold on to him if at all possible.  The Eagles are following that mantra by sticking with All-Pro (2 Pro Bowls) G Shawn Andrews.  He’s too important to their offense to pass up.

    #17 Denver Broncos – Shaun Phillips
    Not that D.J. Willimas hasn’t worked out for the Broncos, but Shaun Phillips is a little more dynamic.  He has 195 Tackles, 31 Sacks, and 3 INTs.

    #18 New Orleans Saints – Kellen Winslow
    The Saints go with Pro Bowl TE Kellen Winslow for another weapon in their passing attack.  He has back-to-back 80 reception seasons, including leading all TEs with 89 in 2006, as well as averaged 990 receiving yards the past two seasons. 

    #19 Miami Dolphins – Jason Peters
    Miami grabs All-Pro Tackle Jason Peters to improve their offensive line. 

    #20 Minnesota Vikings – Chris Cooley
    Short of weapons in the passing game, Minnesota turns to All-Pro TE Chris Cooley.  He has three straight 700+ yard seasons and 231 catches for 2608 Yards and 27 TDs. 

    #21 New England Patriots – DeAngelo Hall
    Hall is very talented and a pain in the butt.  The Patriots have enough veterans to keep him in line.  Plus, when he’s winning, he won’t have as much reason to grumble.  The two-time Pro Bowler has 203 Tackles and 17 INTs already.

    #22 Buffalo Bills – D.J. Williams
    The Bills bolster their LB corps with D.J. Williams, who has 388 Tackles in four years.  He’s coming off a 141 Tackle season.

    #23 Seattle Seahawks – Darnell Dockett
    The Seahawks correct their mistake of drafting DT Marcus Tubbs by selecting Pro Bowl DT Darnell Dockett.  He has 180 Tackles and 15 Sacks.  He had 9 Sacks last year to earn the Pro Bowl nod.

    #24 St. Louis Rams – Julius Jones
    With Steven Jackson long off the board, the Rams turn to Julius Jones to compliment Marshall Faulk.  He had 800+ rushing yards in his first three years in the league, and a total of 3484 with 18 TDs.  He’s also added 672 receiving yards.

    #25 Green Bay Packers – Nathan Vasher
    Pro Bowl CB Vasher represents and upgrade over Ahmad Carroll for the Packers.   He has 130 Tackles and 17 INTs.

    #26 Cincinnati Bengals – Gibril Wilson
    The Bengals turn to Safety Gibril Wilson, who has 365 Tackles, 6 Sacks, and 11 INTs.  He’s has averaged over 100 Tackles the past three years.

    #27 Houston Texans – Matt Schaub
    The Texans grab Matt Schaub since he’s their starting QB now.  He passed for 2241 Yards and 9 TDs in his first year starting, but was derailed by injuries.  He did have a Passer Rating of 87.2 and a 66.4% completion rate.

    #28 Carolina Panthers – Chris Gamble
    The Panthers stick with their selection of CB Chris Gamble.  He has 264 Tackles and 17 INTs.

    #29 Atlanta Falcons – Dunta Robinson
    Since they didn’t get DeAngelo Hall, the Falcons instead turn to Dunta Robinson, who had 80+ Tackles his first three years in the league.  He has 294 Tackles and 11 INTs. 

    #30 Detroit Lions – Jerricho Cotchery
    It wouldn’t be the Lions if they didn’t take a WR in the first round.  Cotchery has back-to-back 82 reception seasons and 2091 Yards over that two year span.  Considering Roy Williams has 2146 Yards, this isn’t that big of a downgrade.

    #31 San Francisco 49ers – Stuart Schweigert
    The 49ers bolster their secondary by adding Safety Schweigert.  He has 316 Tackles and 4 INTs. 

    #32 New England Patriots – Madieu Williams
    The Patriots make a second quality addition to their secondary with Safety Madieu Williams.  He has 290 Tackles, 4 Sacks, and 9 INTs.

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