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Eyes of the Guru

Denver Broncos
Dominique Foxworth came from nowhere and topped the Broncos box score in week 4 with 6 tackles and a pick. Don't expect this to become a common happening though. Foxworth got the call only due to both starters being injured. Darrent Williams was a late week scratch with a sore ankle while Champ Bailey is nursing a couple of injuries. It was the hammy that kept him from playing. Both of the starters are expected to practice late in the week and could be available against Washington... The Broncos don't seem to be making a big deal of it but there are reports that Al Wilson was knocked out during the game on Sunday. Keep an eye out for further info if he's on your roster... Other than Foxworth none of the Broncos defenders put up very strong numbers against the Jaguars but then who would have expected the Jags with Fred Taylor to rush 11 times for 12 yards? Don't expect them to stymie the Redskins like that this week... One more note on something that jumped out of the Denver-Jacksonville box score, I don't remember ever seeing a team fail to receive a single assist over a complete game but no Bronco defender was credited with one in this game. That speaks volumes to those of you in leagues that combine tackles and assists.    

Jacksonville Jaguars
There has been a Reggie Hayward sighting in the sack column at last! The word on Hayward heading into week 4 was that he was making a lot of plays that weren't showing up in the box scores but the team was pleased with his play. In most leagues owners have already dumped him. if this is the case in your league you may want to consider this, the Jags play Cincy and Pittsburgh in the next two weeks. Both of those clubs do a very good job of protecting their QB. But starting after their week 7 bye the Jags play the Rams, Texans, Ravens, Titans, Browns and Cards, all of which (especially Stl, Hou and Ari) have struggled to keep their QB clean... Deke Cooper took over the SS job when Donovin Darius was lost and has actually been a better fantasy option thus far than Darius was. He's totaled 11 solo stops and added a pick in two starts with at least 5 tackles in each game. These aren't numbers that jump out but are certainly worthy of roster consideration in most leagues.

Cincinnati Bengals
Hopefully everyone caught the news late last week when Madieu Williams injured his shoulder in practice. Williams sat out week 4 and will be questionable for week 5. Rumor has it he may have suffered a torn labrum in which could be a serious problem. To compensate for the loss the Bengals moved Kevin Kaesviharn back to his natural FS position and started Ifeanyi Ohalete at SS. Keep track of this situation if your a Williams owner or are in need at DB. If Williams is out an extended time, Ohalete and/or Kaesviharn will make a solid pickup. Kaesviharn went 5-0-1 against Houston... The Bengals are at Jacksonville in week 5. Coming off their team record low rushing performance in week 4, the Jags will be looking to make a statement on the ground. Move Odell Thurman up your list this week when considering your starters. 

Houston Texans
Looking to improve at DB? Consider Texans SS C.C. Brown. The 6-3-0 he put up against Cincinnati was his best of the season to date but consider the Texans remaining schedule that includes the Colts, Jags and Titans all twice plus Seattle, Kansas City and Baltimore once. This is also a grand case for looking at Kailee Wong if he happens to still be available. Wong is beginning to distance himself from Morlon Greenwood as the team's top IDP fantasy option. He's piled up 14-5-1 over the past two games... Phillip Buchanon was demoted to nickel back last week and apparently it wasn't a short term move. He continued to work in that role against the Bengals while his replacement DeMarcus Faggins played very well. Maybe it wasn't so much a demotion for Buchanon as it was a promotion for Faggins... The Texans are still searching for a pass rush from the OLB position. They have just 4 sacks through three games but the telling tale is that only 1 of those was recorded by an outside linebacker. This is a huge problem for any club using a 3-4 which depends on the OLB to get after the passer. Antwan Peek was completely shut down by Cincinnati even though it was a homecoming of sorts for him. Peek played his college ball with the Bearcats.  

Detroit Lions
The most interesting news to come out of Detroit's loss against Tampa Bay is the return of Teddy Lehman to action. Lehman saw time mostly in the nickel package and wasted no time showing his ability to make an impact with an interception. There are a lot of us dynasty owners sitting on this guy. Continue to be patient, he'll get his shot. I still believe that Lehman will eventually push Earl Holmes out of the starting lineup but his it won't happen this week when the club faces the Ravens power running game. If you happen to have Holmes on your roster and need to start him this week don't hesitate. The Ravens don't use a lot of 3 or 4 receiver sets so Holmes should see the vast majority of the snaps in this one. Ravens backs had 45 carries in week 4... James Hall tried to play against the Bucks but didn't last long before aggravating his groin injury. With Hall out, Kalimba Edwards stepped into a full time role and had another strong showing. Edwards has a mark of 8-0-3 with a fumble recovery and could move into a starting job for a while until Hall recovers. At the very least he has earned more playing time and could be making a case for bumping Corey Redding at the other end if/when Hall returns healthy... Andre Goodman stepped into the starting lineup and played well putting up 6 solo stops. Good tackle numbers are not new to Goodman who has a history of decent box score production. Unfortunately he also has a history of injury and was dinged during the game. Those owners who start corners will want to take note of the numbers but see how bad the ankle injury is before moving on him.  

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Shelton Quarles has both surprised and impressed thus far. He is distancing himself from the rest of Bucks as their leading tackler. In fact he is tied for 5th in the league in tackles. That said, you should strongly consider benching him this week. It may not be a real word but the only way to describe the Jets at this point is "offensless". Only 29 of the offensive plays they ran in week 4 ended up in a tackle being recorded. That's simply not much opportunity. In fact the only Bucks IDPs worthy of a start this week are Simeon Rice and maybe Ronde Barber is you want to gamble on an interception and maybe a score... The Bucks expect to have FS Dexter Jackson back for week 5 but there has been no confirmation that he will automatically step right back in as the starter. 

St. Louis Rams
When the opponent runs the ball 29 times in a game and your top 4 tacklers are your 4 starting defensive backs, it sends a pretty strong message about the strength of your linebackers. In fact the Rams starting linebackers totaled just 5-8-0 between them against the Giants. Heck the DL went 11-3-1. The bottom line here is that Adam Archuleta may end up leading the leagues DBs in tackles and Michael Hawthorne may not be all that far behind... Brandon Green saw considerable action at DE in week 3 which may or may not have been meant as a message to starter Anthony Hargrove but something sure motivated him. Hargrove contributed his best numbers of the season with 4 solo tackles and his first sack of the season. The question now is can he keep it up and take some pressure off Leonard Little in the long term?... St. Louis faces Seattle this week. Lets just hope Archuleta can hold up after fighting through back problems last year and throughout the off season.  

New York Giants
Speaking of getting the message, Gibril Wilson was benched during the second half of the game in week 3 and replaced by Shaun Williams. He didn't lose the job and responded with a monster 10 solo game. Wilson doesn't seem to be in any danger of being bumped from the lineup permanently and should continue to be strong. Shaun Williams posted a strong 6-1-0 with a pick in the game but he hasn't moved into the starting lineup. Williams saw so much action because the Giants had extra DBs on the field all day to match up with the Rams spread offense. Williams does have 11 solo stops in the last two games but don't count on his production staying at that level unless/until he earns a full time job... New York fans and Osi Umenyiora owners alike breathed a sigh of relief when the results of tests on his injured foot revelaed no serious problems. Umenyiora was injured on Sunday and was on crutches after the game. It was initially feared that the foot was broken. He may be limited for a few days but with the G-Men on a bye this week, he should have time to get ready for week 6. If by chance Umenyiora is limited, we will see a lot more of rookie Justin Tuck.    

Seattle Seahawks
Grant Wistrom is beginning to show up on a lot of waiver wires after getting off to a real slow start. If you are among those considering a better option for his roster spot, don't overlook the fact that Seattle plays the Rams this week. Only the Vikings and Texans have surrendered more than the Rams 16 sacks on the season. You may want to give Wistrom one more shot... Rookie MLB Lofa Tatupu had the best day of his brief career but don't count on it being a "breakout" game for him. His numbers were greatly aided by the match up and the way the game unfolded. Washington backs toted the rock 37 times in all and more importantly the Skins didn't use multiple receiver sets very often which meant that Tatupu played virtually full time. He might have decent numbers in week 5 but the Rams offense is a completely different animal. I believe Leroy Hill is still playing in the nickel. His only tackle in week 4 was on special teams but he could have a much more significant role this week... There is no word of an injury to Michael Boulware but it's noteworthy that he was 3-0-1 at half time and recorded just an assist in the second half. Meanwhile backup safety Marquand Manuel showed up with 1-1-0 in the second half. Chances are very slim that Boulware would be benched unless he was dinged. Keep an eye out for news on this one.   

Washington Redskins
LaVar Arrington is being a team player and publicly accepting his limited role but on the inside you know he has to be either unhappy or unhealthy. Whatever the truth is, there is no way that Warrick Holdman is a better player than a healthy Arrington. One has to wonder if Arrington will be in a different uniform come '06... It was expected and I believe reported that Matt Bowen would get the call at SS against the Seahawks but when the opening whistle blew it was Ryan Clark in the lineup. Clark only posted 3 solo stops in this game but keep in mind that this guy had a string of 6 starts last year in which he never totaled fewer than 6 solo stops and averaged nearly 8. If we learn that he has landed the job on a full time basis he may make a strong pickup... Washington faces Denver this week which is a very strong match up for their linebackers and probably the safeties as well. Lemar Marshall is a sure start and Marcus Washington is deserving of strong consideration as well. FS Sean Taylor may miss some practice time with a sore shoulder but is expected to play in week 5.    

Tennessee Titans
As expected the match up against the Colts in week 4 was enough to cool a blazing hit Kyle Vanden Bosch. The Colts remain the only club in the league that has not allowed a sack. Vanden Bosch owners should be wearing a big smile heading to week 5 however. Vandy should recapture the league sack lead against a Houston club that has allowed a league worst 20 sacks already, including 7 to the Bengals in week 4. Considering this fact, anyone with starters on a bye may want to consider Antwan Odom as well. He's not been very consistent but the match up can't be ignored... I didn't get to see much of the Titans-Colts game this week but the box score suggests that Peter Sirmon may have reclaimed the nickel linebacker duties over Brad Kassell. That could be significant in that losing those snaps will be enough to seriously hamper Kassell's value which was marginal to begin with. I'll try to get a better answer on this before next week. 

Indianapolis Colts
With 23 solo stops over the last three games, anyone who doesn't believe Bob Sanders is for real is in denial. The guy is beating the odds and quickly becoming one of the best fantasy DBs in the game. That said, you may want to look at other options for this week. Indy gets the Niners at home in week 5. The offensively challenged Niners that is. Through 4 games only Dat Nguyen (7) and Brian Dawkins (5) have produced more than 4 tackles against San Francisco. It's fairly safe to expect the Colts to stomp the Niners in this one so the only Colts IDPs likely to have strong numbers are Dwight Freeney and Robert Mathis.

New York Jets
Looking for some short term help at linebacker? Mark Brown might be your guy. His week 4 numbers looked strange (4-8-0) but he was around the ball a lot. Eric Barton is officially questionable for week 5 with a high ankle sprain but it would be no surprise if he were to be out of action until week 9 when the club returns from their bye. high ankle sprains can linger and are easy to aggravate. The other effect of their struggles may be that John Abraham and Shaun Ellis may see their numbers slide. Ellis is already struggling and has just one sack. Their tackle production is certainly in no jeopardy but if teams can get ahead and then run the ball there will be a lot fewer pass rush opportunities. Hopefully Vinny can rescue the Jets offense from the throes of death but then again maybe not. 

Baltimore Ravens
Anthony Weaver left the game early on Sunday with a toe injury that is expected to keep him out about 4 weeks. Jarret Johnson will step into the lineup while Weaver is out and may have an opportunity to earn himself a bigger role down the road. Weaver has yet to land his first sack of the season and the club expects some pass rush from the position. 

Oakland Raiders
The Raiders took a chance on Derrick Burgess this off season and it looks like it may pay off big. Burgess has 3 of the team's 5 sacks on the season and is averaging 3 tackles a game as well. Not huge numbers by any standard but on pace for 48 tackles and 12 sacks if he can keep it up. It's time to consider picking him up... Derrick Gibson is another Raider defender who is worthy of strong pickup consideration. He was coming on last season when an injury landed him on IR and he seems to have picked up right where he left off. Gibson's lowest tackle production of the young season came against the Eagles when he posted 4 solos but he kicked in a fumble recovery in that game for solid overall numbers. He's averaged over 5 solo stops per game... Charles Woodson lined up at FS often against Dallas and reportedly likes the thought of staying there if the coaching staff so desires. The Raiders are so happy with play of their young corners that they are strongly considering Woodson's position change as a permanent one.

Minnesota Vikings
There is finally some good news for those of us too stubborn to give up on Sam Cowart. He still isn't completely ding free but was able to put up a team high 8-1-1 against the Falcons on Sunday. If he can just stay healthy we can expect a lot of similar numbers from him the rest of the way, especially if the Vikings continue to struggle on both sides of the ball... Kenechi Udeze is expected to miss the rest of the season with a knee injury. Initially it was expected that the injury would create an opening for first round pick Erasmus James yet against the Falcons it was backup tackle Spencer Johnson who started opposite Darrion Scott. The two played nearly full time while James saw limited action. It's unclear at this point what will happen coming out of the bye week, especially considering that they hope to have Lance Johnstone back for week 6. They also expect to have Darren Sharper back after the bye.    

Philadelphia Eagles
Philly suffered a couple of minor injuries against KC that could have a big impact against Dallas this weekend. Jeremiah Trotter is day to day with a quad injury and FS Brian Dawkins is awaiting the results of an MRI on his ankle. It's expected that Trotter will try to practice late in the week but he will likely be questionable on the injury report. If he is unable to go it will be a huge blow to the Eagles who struggled greatly versus the run without him early last season. Mark Simoneau would likely get the call if Trotter sits. The Eagles have a much needed bye in week 6 so at the worst Trotter will likely miss just one game. The news may not be so good for Dawkins. An ankle injury bad enough to require an MRI is likely to take a while to recover from. If Dawkins sits it will be an opportunity for rookie Sean Considine to show his stuff. Considine impressed everyone during training camp and the club views him as the heir apparent to Dawkins who will soon be 32. Dynasty owners will want to take notice if Considine gets a chance to start in week 5. It could be a preview of things to come. 

San Francisco 49ers
With Julian Peterson injured and Jamie Winborn all but released the Niners find their options at OLB limited. Backup ILB Brandon Moore moved outside in week 4. Peterson is questionable for week 5 and chances seem good that Moore will make a second start... Injuries at DB are
a real problem for the already vastly underdog Niners. Ahmed Plummer is still out, Mike Rumph is on IR and even rookie backup Derrick Johnson who started last week, may miss some time with a groin injury. That leaves Shawntee Spencer and Willie Middlebrooks who was picked up off the street before week 4 and is also questionable, as the starters and rookie free agent Bruce Thornton as the only other corner on the roster. 

Arizona Cardinals
The Cardinals are in the same position as San Francisco in that their secondary is also hammered by injuries. Antrel Rolle is done for the season with a knee injury, David Macklin and Raymond Walls got the start in week 4 but both were lost with hamstring and groin injuries respectively. The Cards may be starting journeyman Robert Tate and rookie Eric Green in week 5. The only thing that makes their predicament any better than the Niners is that they don't face the Colts offense... James Darling returned to the starting lineup in week 4. He totaled only 3-2-0 but don't overlook the fact that he was the Cards second leading tackler in the game. The numbers were deceiving considering the Niners ran just 14 times and completed only 17 passes. Now that he's back in the picture the Cards linebacker situation should become more settled. Darling has limited upside but is in a gold mine situation. He should be a candidate for the top slot in the box score on a weekly basis... Calvin Pace made his first considerable contribution in week 4 with a sack and a half. Remember he was very strong during the preseason and may be making his way onto the field a little more often. If there is an injury to either Berry or Okeafor, Pace would be worth picking up in most leagues.

Buffalo Bills
Week one A/T (After Takeo) was uneventful for the most part. There was no shifting within the LB corps and Angelo Crowell stepped in at WLB. Crowell isn't the big play threat that Spikes was but should be productive enough to be worthy of a roster spot in most leagues... DT Ron Edwards left Sundays game with a shoulder injury that will keep him out for at least week 5 and maybe beyond. Tim Anderson took over the position and went 4-1-0. There were rumblings during training camp that Anderson was closing the gap so this could be an audition for him. This could be a very interesting development especially for you folks in leagues that breakout tackles and ends.

New Orleans Saints
I think the Saints coaching staff are even more confused about their linebacker positions that the rest of us. It was reported prior to week 4 that the club would continue to rotate all 6 of their linebackers in a manner that more resembles a line change in hockey, because "they all deserve playing time". I say horse hockey! It sounds like someone just doesn't want to make a decision. With injuries to James Allen and T.J. Slaughter who are both questionable, the decision may be made for them. There is a lot of potential here but until/unless the Saints make some decisions and stick with them, there will be no consistent production from any of the linebackers... After loosing Jay Bellamy last week the Saints safety position took another hit in week 4 when Mel Mitchell came up lame with a hamstring injury. Mitchell isn't likely to suit up in week 5 which means rookie Josh Bullocks is going to play full time at FS. With the situation at linebacker there could be a lot of very busy days for both safeties down the road.

Carolina Panthers
Mike Rucker had a horrible '04 but is beginning to rebound a little. Meanwhile Julius Peppers who is one of the leagues best pass rushers, heads to week 5 looking for his first sack. Most Rucker owners picked him up late or cheap so his production is acceptable and we can continue to be patient. Those with Peppers on the other hand, spent a lot more to get him and have to be very disappointed. We all know what happens when you finally get fed up and bench a guy like Peppers, the next game he has 8 tackles and 3 sacks. Carolina plays an Arizona club that has already allowed 14 sacks (the 4th most in the league) so don't bail on either Rucker or Peppers this week. That said, if they can't get it done with this match up, it's time to start looking for other options. The Panthers D has recorded just 4 sacks on the season, better than only the Browns who have 3.

Miami Dolphins
The
Fins return from their bye week a little healthier. They expect to have Tebucky Jones back in action at Buffalo but it looks likely that they will still be without junior Seau who continues to miss time with a calf injury.

New England Patriots
Resilient as they are there is a point when even the Patriots won't be able to overcome. On the week 5 injury report there are 2 DL, 4 LB and 6 DB listed as questionable or worse. 6 of those players were either starters or nickel backs.   

Our main weekly ranking that come out on Thursday are driven strictly by our projections which don't allow for such considerations as confidence in a particular projection or the difficulty in predicting such things as fumble recoveries etc. This cheat sheet is not projections driven and takes into consideration everything I know about a all the players. Players with a * are risky due to injuries. Keep in mind that this is usually done prior to the release of the Wednesday injury report.

Best of luck to everyone in week 4!   

Just Win Baby!

EOTG Rankings

RNK POS DEFENSIVE LINE TM OPP RNK POS LINEBACKERS TM Opp RNK POS DEFENSIVE BACKS TM Opp
1 DE Jason Taylor Mia at Buf 1 ILB Donnie Edwards SD vs Pit 1 SS Adam Archuleta Stl vs Sea
2 DE Dwight Freeney Ind at SF MLB Nick Barnett GB vs NO SS Terrence Kiel SD vs Pit
DE Kyle Vanden Bosch Ten at Hou 3 MLB Jonathan Vilma NYJ vs TB SS Troy Polamalu Pit at SD
DE Charles Grant NO at GB MLB Ray Lewis Bal at Det 4 SS Adrian Wilson Ari vs Car
5 DE John Abraham NYJ vs TB ILB Andra Davis Cle vs Chi SS Mike Brown Chi at Cle
DE Robert Mathis Ind at SF 6 MLB London Fletcher Buf vs Mia 6 SS Tony Parrish SF vs Ind
7 DT John Henderson Jac vs Cin 7 MLB Zach Thomas Mia at Buf 7 SS Kerry Rhodes NYJ vs TB
8 DE  Patrick Kerney Atl vs NE 8 MLB Mike Peterson Jac vs Cin 8 FS Ed Reed Bal at Det
9 DE Julius Peppers Car at Ari 9 MLB Lemar Marshall Was at Den 9 SS Guss Scott NE at Atl
10  DE Bert Berry Ari vs Car 10 MLB Brian Urlacher Chi at Cle 10  FS Sean Taylor Was at Den
11 DE Simeon Rice TB at NYJ 11 MLB Jeremiah Trotter Phi at Dal 11 SS Chris Crocker Cle vs Chi
12 DE Justin Smith Cin at Jac 12 ILB James Farrior Pit at SD 12 SS Michael Lewis Phi at Dal
13 DE Aaron Schobel Buf vs Mia 13 ILB Kailee Wong Hou vs Ten 13 FS Bryan Scott Atl vs NE
14 DT Rod Coleman Atl  vs NE 14 WLB Ian Gold Den vs Was 14 FS Lamont Thompson Ten at Hou
15 DE Kalimba Edwards Det vs Bal 15 MLB Keith Bulluck Ten at Hou 15 FS Ken Hamlin Sea at Stl
16 DE Grant Wistrom Sea at Stl 16 WLB Keith Brooking Atl vs NE 16 SS Dwight Smith NO at GB
17 DT Shaun Rogers Det vs Bal 17 ILB Derek Smith SF vs Ind 17 SS Roy Williams Dal vs Phi
18 DE Terrell Suggs Bal at Det 18 MLB Odell Thurman Cin at Jac 18 SS Nick Ferguson Den vs Was
19 DE Darren Howard NO at GB 19 SLB Marcus Washington Was at Den 19 FS Bob Sanders Ind at SF
20 DE Mike Rucker Car at Ari 20 MLB Gary Brackett Ind at SF 20 CB Anthony Henry Dal vs Phi
21 DE Bryce Fisher Sea at Stl 21 MLB Ed Hartwell Atl vs NE 21 CB Nate Clements Buf vs Mia
22 DE Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila GB vs NO 22 MLB Lofa Tatupu Sea at Stl 22 CB Charles Tillman Chi at Cle
23 DE Leonard Little Stl vs Sea 23 WLB Cato June Ind at SF 23 SS Lawyer Milloy Buf vs Mia
24 DE Shaun Ellis NYJ vs TB 24 WLB Daryl Smith Jac vs Cin 24 CB Chris McAlister Bal at Det
25 DE Antwan Odom Ten at Hou 25 MLB Dan Morgan Car at Ari 25 FS Robert Griffith Ari vs Car
26 DT Mike Patterson Phi at Dal 26 MLB Monty Beisel NE at Atl 26 CB Chris Gamble Car at Ari
27 DE Will Smith NO at GB 27 MLB Al Wilson * Den vs Was 27 CB Carlos Rogers Was at Den
28 DE Alex Brown Chi at Cle 28 ILB Dat Nguyen Dal vs Phi 28 FS Chris Harris Chi at Cle
29 DE Reggie Hayward Jac vs Cin 29 MLB Brad Kassell Ten at Hou 29 CB DeAngelo Hall Atl vs NE
30 DT Cornelius Griffin Was at Den 30 WLB Brian Simmons Cin at Jac 30 FS Marcus Coleman Hou vs Ten
31 DE Aaron Kampman GB vs NO 31 WLB Will Witherspoon Car at Ari 31 CB Ken Lucas Car at Ari
32 DE Paul Spicer Jac vs Cin 32 ILB Larry Foote Pit at SD 32 FS Lance Schulters Mia at Buf
33 DE Adewale Ogunleye Chi at Cle 33 ILB Jeff Ulbrich SF vs Ind 33 FS Terrence Holt Det vs Bal
34   DE Jevon Kearse Phi at Dal 34   ILB Morlon Greenwood Hou vs Ten 34 CB Ronde Barber TB at NYJ
35 DE Bryant Young SF vs Ind 35 WLB Mark Brown NYJ vs TB 35 SS Mark Roman GB vs NO
36 DT Richard Seymour NE at Atl 36   MLB James Darling Ari vs Car 36 FS Eric Coleman NYJ vs TB
37 DT Darnell Dockett Ari vs Car 37 MLB Shelton Quarles TB at NYJ 37 CB Terrence Newman Dal vs Phi
38 DE Orpheus Roye Cle vs Chi 38 OLB Demarcus Ware Dal vs Phi 38 SS Deke Cooper Jac vs Cin
39 DE Chris Kelsay Buf vs Mia 39   SLB Demorrio Williams Atl vs NE 39 FS Brian Dawkins* Phi at Dal
40 DE Brady Smith Atl vs NE 40 WLB Mike Vrable NE at Atl 40 CB Tory James Cin at Jac
41 DE Greg Spires TB at NYJ 41 WLB Lance Briggs Chi at Cle 41 CB Andre Goodman Det vs Bal
42 DT Ryan Pickett Stl vs Sea 42 SLB Boss Bailey Det vs Bal 42   SS CC Brown Hou vs Ten
43 DE Tony Hargrove Stl vs Sea 43 SLB David Thornton Ind at SF 43 FS Brian Russell Cle vs Chi
44 DE Chike Okeafor Ari vs Car 44 SLB Adalius Thomas Bal at Det 44 SS Ifeanyi Ohalete Cin at Jac
45 DE Aaron Smith Pit at SD 45 ILB Randall Godfrey SD vs Pit 45 SS Ryan Clark Was at Den
46 DE Jarret Johnson Bal at Det 46 MLB Courtney Watson NO at GB 46 FS Kevin Kaesviharn Cin at Jac
47 DE Kevin Carter Mia at Buf 47 SLB Akinola Ayodele Jac vs Cin 47 CB Sheldon Brown Phi at Dal
48 DE Raheem Brock Ind at SF 48 MLB Earl Holmes Det vs Bal 48 SS Kenoy Kennedy Det vs Bal
49 DE Ebenezer Ekuban Den vs Was 49 ILB Ben Taylor Cle vs Chi 49 SS Tank Williams Ten at Hou
50 DT Marcus Stroud Jac vs Cin 50 SLB Jamie Sharper Sea at Stl 50 FS Nick Collins GB vs NO
51 DT John Thornton Cin at Jac 51 WLB Derrick Brooks TB at NYJ 51 CB David Macklin Ari vs Car
52 DE Robert Geathers Cin at Jac 52 SLB Peter Sirmon Ten at Hou 52 SS Mike Doss Ind at SF
53 DE Phillip Daniels Was at Den 53   WLB Angelo Crowell Buf vs Mia 53 CB Shawn Springs Was at Den
54 DE Courtney Brown Den vs Was 54   SLB David Pollack Cin at Jac 54 CB Chris Cash Atl vs NE
55 DT Grady Jackson GB vs NO 55 MLB Teddy Lehman Det vs Bal 55 CB Ricardo Colclough Pit at SD
56 DT Sam Adams Buf vs Mia 56 SLB Pisa Tinoisamoa Stl vs Sea 56 CB Packman Jones Ten at Hou
57 DE Marques Douglas SF vs Ind 57   OLB Steve Foley SD vs Pit 57 CB Terrence McGee Buf vs Mia
58 DE Greg Ellis Dal vs Phi 58 MLB Chris Claiborne Stl vs Sea 58 CB DeMarcus Faggins Hou vs Ten
59 DT Kelly Gregg Bal at Det 59 OLB James Harrison Pit at SD 59 CB Asante Samuel NE at Atl
60   DT Tommy Harris Chi at Cle 60 ILB Chad Brown NE at Atl 60   FS Bhawoh Jue* SD vs Pit
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