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Dynasty Watch

For the 2005 season, we highlighted 25 players that we believed would be worth giving up a roster slot for. Some were great picks; some were not. Over the next couple weeks, we'll recap all 25 of them and give your our additional thoughts on them for the 2006 season and beyond.

Nathan Vasher: CB Chicago Bears (Week 3)
2005 Stats: 39 Solo Tackles, 7 Assists, 8 INTs, 1 TD, 1 PD, 1 FF.

Final thoughts: In his second season with the Bears, Vasher moved past Jerry Azumah into the starting lineup opposite Charles Tillman. While Vasher is not a shutdown type of corner, he is a ball hawk and can really make the big play (including a 108 yard missed FG return against San Francisco). He's not quite ready for the starting lineup on your fantasy team yet, unless your league rewards well for interceptions. However, he's definitely worth a roster slot as he is progressing well and could be starter quality material by next season. For the playoffs, Vasher had three solo tackles and one assist. Vasher also returned two punts, and he may get a shot at PR for 2006.

Chris Harris: FS Chicago Bears (Week 11)
2005 Stats: 48 Solo Tackles, 10 Assists,1 Sack, 3 INTs, 5 PD, 1 FR.

Final thoughts: What a gem this guy turned out to be. This season, Harris went from a rookie sixth round draft choice (181 overall) to starting Free Safety for one of the best defenses in the league. Harris was dinged up for part of the season and he missed two games down the stretch. However, he still managed to put up impressive numbers for a rookie DB and has cemented himself into the Bears' starting lineup for several years to come. He's definitely worth a roster slot and if he improves on his 2005 stats, he will be a 'starter quality' DP for many IDP leagues. In his one playoff appearance this season, Harris led the Bears in tackles with nine solo tackles and two assists.

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