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Eyes of the Guru

It's hard to believe we are nearing the half way point of our regular season. We are also in the part of the season where the war of attrition is being fought. Every week key players are being lost to injury, some serious and some short term. There will be a lot of player shuffling to fill holes both in the NFL and on the fantasy field. Don't let yourself get behind or miss out on a player who can help you, even if its just for the short term. For a lot of us one game win or lose will determine if we make the playoffs or not. Don't lose that game by a couple of points because you were lazy or complacent.

Minnesota Vikings

There is some good news out of Vikings camp heading to week 6. It looks like they will get FS Darren Sharper, DE Lance Johnstone and nickel back Brian Williams back. The bye week couldn't have come at a better time for Minnesota who used it to heal and regroup. The match up this week with Chicago isn't particularly strong for Sharper when it comes to likely tackle production but much of his value comes from his big play potential and facing a rookie QB is a sure positive there. Sharper won't be 100% so starting him will be a risk but we will at least get a chance to see how he looks on the sore knee. He's played through similar injuries in the past but it's taken a toll on his production in those instances... Keep in mind that Lance Johnstone started the game in which he was injured. With Udeze on IR and Erasmus James not quite ready for prime time, chances are that Johnstone will step right in an start again if he's able to play full time. The Vikings shifted backup tackle Spencer Johnson to end in week 4 but that was a very temporary fix. James will likely continue to see his role increase but don't be surprised if Johnstone leads the club in sacks the rest of the way. He's certainly worth a shot if your hurting at the position and is at the least a player to keep on the radar... Sam Cowart posted his best numbers of the season in week 4 when he played through nagging injuries and produced an 8-1-1 mark. The bye week rest will go a long way toward healing his bumps and bruises and he should be at or very near 100%. Cowart was released in a lot of leagues after the slow start but if he can stay healthy should be a solid contributor the rest of the way. Don't leave him laying around on the waiver wire in your league.   

New York Giants
Last time we saw Osi Umenyiora he was on crutches after the week 4 contest against the Rams. At that point it sure didn't look good. He didn't practice at all during the bye week but is expected to be full go for practice this week and back in the lineup against Dallas on Sunday.
.. The news is not so good for WLB Carlos Emmons who will attempt to practice this week on his sore knee but will be limited at best and is in danger of missing week 6. The interesting news here is that if he doesn't play it will be Nich Greisen and not Barrett Green who will get the call. Green returned to practice a long time ago and claims to be healthy but remains in the dog house. Greisen played well in week 4... The feud between Tom Coughlin and corner Will Peterson continues and Peterson may be headed to IR with a back injury. At the least he is a long way from returning to action and even if healthy, has likely secured a seat alongside Green in the doghouse.

Oakland Raiders
Charles Woodson is expected to continue seeing a lot of snaps at FS. this may or may not have a significant effect on his box score production but it's a sure sign that Stuart Schweigert is on his way out of the picture completely... Kirk Morrison is seeing some action with the base defense but is still getting most of his snaps in nickel situations. Considering this weeks opponent, it might be a little risky giving him the start. The Chargers use a lot of 2 WR sets but some clubs consider Gates as a receiver and try to play a nickel when he's on the field with 2 other WR. This is a major predicament for defensive coordinators. If they go to a nickel that leaves one less LB for Tomlinson to worry about. My guess is that Morrison plays basically full time and has a strong game but there is a risk... Derrick Burgess has been hot over the past couple of games but if you picked him up after his 2 sack performance against Dallas you may want to sit him this week. Only the Dolphins, Colts and Giants have allowed fewer sacks than San Diego's 7. Miami and New York have played one less game... SS Derrick Gibson is quietly putting together a very strong season. Through 4 contests he's posted fewer than 5 solo stops only once and is on pace for a mark of 84. Also consider the schedule down the road that includes the Chargers and Broncos twice along with Buffalo, KC, Washington, Miami and the Giants all once.      

Washington Redskins
Joe Gibbs is on record saying that he hopes to get LaVar Arrington more involved in the coming weeks but the sad fact is that he didn't play a single snap on Sunday and isn't likely to have a significant role at all this season. Look for Arrington to be in a new uniform come next season. Dynasty owners need to tuck this situation away and remember to pick him up late this season and sit on him for the future. this guy is an outstanding talent if he is healthy. Unfortunately we may not get to see enough of him to tell if he's healthy this year. On the other hand, there isn't much chance of his getting hurt again so he will have plenty of time to get there... All 3 of the Redskins strong safeties were active for Sunday's contest but it was Ryan Clark who got the starting call. He produced only 2-4-0 in the game but don't write him off because of it. Lamar Marshall and Warrick Holdman tied for top tackle numbers in the game with just 4-1-0. If Clark continue to hold onto the job, which I believe he will, he could emerge as a decent fantasy option down the stretch. 

Buffalo Bills
One interesting note on the Bills week 5 box score. Aaron Schobel continues to struggle and hasn't recorded a sack since the opener. So maybe it's not a complete coincidence that Ryan Denney, who is usually the #3 DE, went 4-0-1 against Miami. I didn't get to see much of that game but both Chris Kelsay (1-1-1) and Denney out produced Schobel (2-1-0). It's hard to imagine that the club would consider benching Schobel but you never know what an NFL coach might do to motivate a player or a team. Keep your eyes open for some word of an injury to either Kelsay or Schobel but keep in mind that Denney had to be playing ahead of someone to put up those numbers... When Angelo Crowell took over for Takeo Spikes there was no doubt that the Bills lost some play making ability. While Crowell has played solid football, he simply isn't the same caliber of talent and isn't likely to make any serious fantasy impact down the stretch... Backup LB Josh Stamer put up a 3-1-0 against Miami but don't read anything into it. All his tackles came on special teams and he's not been working in on the defense as of yet.   

Atlanta Falcons
Every once in a while there is a box score that really make you scratch your head. The Falcons in week 5 were one of those. Patrick Kerney and Rod Coleman combined for a 2-1-0 while FS Bryan Scott went 1-0-0. Even more strange is the fact that Scott's 1 tackle came on special teams. Meanwhile the starting corners combined to post 17 solo tackles. There is nothing we can do to guess when something strange like this will happen, all we can do is take our lumps and move on. It was clearly an apparition so don't hesitate to start these guys again in week 6 against the Saints, especially Kerney and Coleman... The Falcons got some bad news with the word that Ed Hartwell has been lost for the season with an Achilles injury. Ike Reese is expected to step in at MLB but the end effect will likely be more playing time and better production from Demorrio Williams. Prior to now I was not as high on Williams as some of our readers and/or message board junkies. Yes he has a couple of strong games to his credit this year but in the other three games he's totaled just 11 solo tackles combined. That said, the loss of Hartwell jumps Williams value considerably. If he's still on the wire in your league, pluck him off it... One more note, Chris Cash was the Falcons nickel back in week 5 but was lost for the season with a broken arm. Several players will audition for the open job this week. 

Cleveland Browns
There has been another Chris Crocker sighting! After week one I suggested that Crocker was a hot pickup. His numbers slipped to average in week 2 and then lousy in week 3. At that point I suggested patience. I know that in several of my leagues impatient owners donated him to my cause by letting him go so I could pick him up. I hope you didn't do the same for some owner in your league. Crocker has established himself as the starter at SS and is in no danger of being replaced. Twice in 4 games now he has piled up 8 or more solo stops and a sack. Don't expect that kind of production every week obviously, but this guy is going to be a quality option for us
down the stretch... If you're looking for help at LB you may want to consider ILB Ben Taylor. He started slow but has gone 7-5-0 and 9-3-0 in the past two games. He's not a star caliber player but is in a productive situation.  

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The good news is that Derrick Brooks finally found his way to the top of the box score in week 5. The bad news is that he did it with what is a season high 6-0-0. It's probably not a coincidence that the Bucks lost the game either. It's a easy to document the fact that when the Bucks are good Brooks generally is not. He's averaged fewer than 4 tackles per game through the first 5 and unless the Bucks fall apart after their first loss, Brooks isn't likely to step up down the stretch... For those wondering who the heck Marquis Cooper (5-2-1) is, he is a backup LB who is listed behind Ryan Nece at SLB. I didn't get to see who he replaced or what his role was in the game against Buffalo but it's certainly worthy of further investigation. One note on Cooper, 2 of his 5 solos came on specialteams... Those owners who have Simeon Rice on their roster probably consider him an every week starter regardless of match up but if you happen to have quality depth as well, consider the fact that only the Colts have allowed fewer sacks thus far than the Dolphins (4).  

New York Jets
It looks like Eric Barton will miss at least 1 more week of action with his sprained ankle and possibly beyond that. Mark Brown has done a good job as his replacement though his box score numbers have been average. When/if Barton comes back healthy it could take a little bite out of the stellar production of Jonathan Vilma who has his double digit solo tackles in three straight games since Barton's injury... Don't over react to a bad week by John Abraham against Miami. The fins do a great job of protecting the QB and have allowed 10 fewer sacks on the season than this weeks opponent (Bills). The change at QB didn't help Buffalo all that much as they allowed 3 more sacks on Sunday with Holcomb at QB... Now that Vinny has breathed new life into the corpse that was the Jets after Pennington went down, don't be surprised if the defense picks it up a notch and especially Shaun Ellis who is off to a slow start. Ellis is simply too talented a player to flounder all season long, especially with Abraham taking a lot of the pressure off him.  

Indianapolis Colts
The most important IDP news out of Indy this week is the Biceps injury suffered by Bob Sanders in week 5. It is believed that he will be able to play through the injury though it may effect his play both on the field and in the box scores. if you have good depth it might be best to sit him this week just so we can get a look and see how much he is limited... With this weeks match up against the Rams look for Nick Harper and/or Marlin Jackson to have big games. The Rams love to pick on an opponents nickel backs, especially when he's a rookie.

Seattle Seahawks
On last weeks EOTG cheat sheet I accidentally omitted Michael Boulware who I had expected to have a big game. It was an omen. Boulware left the game early on a meat wagon with a lower back injury. Fortunately x-rays and test were negative and there is a good chance he will be able to go against Houston this week. Marquand Manuel replaced Boulware during the game and would likely get the start in week 6 if he can't play... Seattle also lost Andre Dyson to a hamstring injury in the game and the prognosis on him is not so optimistic. He could miss a couple of weeks and will be replaced by Kelly Herndon... Lofa Tatupu continues to pile up the numbers and there is no reason to expect that to change going foreword. Jamie Sharper looks slow and old in comparison. Sharper's best production of the season was a 5-2-0 in week 2 and hes dropped steadily ever since... Leroy Hill made another good showing in week 5 but don't get too excited about it. He's still playing only in the nickel package and was on the field virtually full time against the Rams due to the nature of their multi receiver offense. Dynasty owners should strongly consider tucking this kid away for the future. Chances are that at some point he will win the WLB job on a full time basis. That may not happen until late this year or next however... Grant Wistrom bombed yet again in week 5 despite having one of the best match ups a DE could have. With that in mind it would be tough foe me to put him in a lineup under any circumstance at this point but I will point out that the Seahawks face a Houston club that has allowed 27 sacks already, 7 more than even the Vikings or Rams. If they keep it up they may challenge their own record of ineptitude set when they allowed over 70 sacks a few years back. Maybe Bryce Fisher or even interior linemen Marcus Tubbs or Rocky Bernard will pick up the slack.    

St. Louis Rams
Mike Furrey stepped in at FS for an injured Michael Hawthorn against the Seahawks and went on to lead the club in tackles (7-1-0). Hawthorne is expected to miss at least week 6 with the thigh injury so Furrey basically has a one week audition to make a case for keeping the job. He is off to a good start... The Rams could also be without Dejuan Groce for week 6. He has a hamstring injury that is described as a bruise and not a pull or strain. If he sits look for Corey Ivy to get the call. Ivy is a backup but consider that in week two he got a chance to play and went 9-1-0 and in week 5 he totaled 5-0-1. At the least those of you who use corners as a separate position should take notice... Leonard Little also came out of week 5 gimpy with a sore back. Actually he's been fighting the problem for a while and just decided to have an MRI on Monday. Results aren't in yet but considering he will face a Colts offense that has given up just 1 sack in 5 games, Little belongs on the bench this week regardless of the injury status. 

Houston Texans
If C.C. Brown hasn't been picked up in your league you better grab him now as this will likely be your last chance. Over the last 4 weeks 6 of 8 safeties have produced 5 or more solo stops against the Seahawks, including the likes of Keion Carpenter (8-0-0), Robert Griffith (8-0-0) and Adrian Wilson (6-5-0). Brown has back to back games with 6 solos as the Texans front 7 continues to struggle. All things considered Marcus Coleman might make a good sleeper start this week as well if you' find yourself in a pinch. 

Baltimore Ravens
I wonder if you were to ask for a show of hands in the Ravens locker room, how many guys would like to go back to the defensive scheme they ran last season? after all the excitement about the 46 scheme and all the hoopla, this defense simply hasn't gotten it done. Granted the offense is even worse but then we 9or at least I) expected that. Through 4 games they have just 7 sacks and 3 takeaways which are a far cry short of expectations. As the guys on TV say, "when a team shows you who they are, believe them" and right now the Ravens have show us that they are a mess. From an IDP standpoint it gets even worse as Ed Reed has gone from a hands down top 10 DB to a hands off bust. He was never a tackling machine and his value depended on big plays. In four games he has yet to record a takeaway, a sack or even force a fumble. So is it time to jump off the sinking ship? probably so unless you are in a dynasty league, in which case you almost have to tough it out. Terrell Suggs is another player in the same situation. Coming off double digit sacks a year ago he has just 9 tackles and half a sack to show for a full quarter of the season. Maybe they will improve as the season goes on and they get more comfortable but then again maybe not, especially if they continue to get no emotional lift from the inept offense.  

Detroit Lions
When James Hall went down with a groin injury early in the season Detroit thought they had lost their best pass rusher. As it turns out the injury only served to force them to see the cloud's silver lining which is Kalimba Edwards. All Edwards has managed to do with the playing time is go 12-2-4 with a fumble recovery through 4 games. That has him on pace for a mark of 48-8-16. Adding to his fantasy value is the fact that he's been consistent. Edwards has at least one sack in 3 of the 4 games and managed a respectable 4 tackles in the other one. It will be very interesting to see what the coaching staff does once James is healthy but my guess is that Corey Redding will be seeing a lot fewer snaps. If you have the roster space make a move for Edwards... It doesn't show in the box score this week but Teddy Lehman intercepted another pass against Baltimore in week 5 that was called back on a penalty. It's kind of like an objection in the court room, the judge may tell the jury to disregard the statement but it doesn't change the fact that they heard it. You can bet the Lions coaching staff haven't forgotten. If they can just get him to toughen up a little versus the run they will almost have to consider playing him full time. 

Cincinnati Bengals
Madieu Williams owners can breath a sigh of relief. He was initially feared to have a torn labrum that probably would have ended his season but as it turns out the injury is much less serious and he is now expected to practice and play in week 6. I would be a little cautious about playing him this week though. It might be a good idea to see him make it through a game before putting him back in play.  

Jacksonville Jaguars
Mike Peterson owners need not panic over his 2 tackle performance. I can't explain what happened to him on Sunday night but unless we hear of some secret injury there is no option other than to assume it was a fluke. Keep in mind as well that Donnie Edwards just blew up for a 13-2-0 mark against this weeks opponent (PIT) on Monday night... The Jags acquires Jamie Winborn from San Francisco last week. He will practice this week and may be active for week 6 but don't expect him to have a big role anytime soon. They were looking to sure up the depth chart with the addition but aren't disappointed with the play by any of the starters.  

Dallas Cowboys
Kevin Burnett showed up in the box score this week but don't get excited about it. Both of his tackles came on special teams duty. He still isn't seeing action on defense and may not for a while yet as Scott Fugita is working as the #3 OLB. 

Arizona Cardinals
The Cards have from time to time used a strange (at the pro level at least) 5-2-4 scheme and went back to it often against the Panthers in week 5. The reason this is noteworthy is that they have finally found a way to get Calvin Pace on the field. He is playing the left inside slot next to Bert Berry. Pace has played well and putting him on the same side with Berry has to create some serious blocking problems for opponents. This is a situation that warrants further attention at the least.

There were a couple of people giving me grief on the message board last week for my low ranking of Bob Sanders, Demorrio Williams and Will Smith on the weekly rankings (the projections driven one). These guys went 3-0-0, 2-3-0 and 1-2-0 respectively. Guys, I make my share of mistakes but I'm really not just guessing :)

Best of luck to everyone this weekend

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.

 

RNK POS DEFENSIVE LINE TM OPP RNK POS LINEBACKERS TM Opp RNK POS DEFENSIVE BACKS TM Opp
1 DE Dwight Freeney Ind at Stl 1 MLB Jonathan Vilma NYJ at Buf 1 SS Mike Brown Chi vs Min
2 DE John Abraham NYJ at Buf ILB Donnie Edwards SD at Oak SS Gibril Wilson NYG at Dal
DE Jason Taylor Mia at TB 3 MLB Ray Lewis Bal vs Cle SS Troy Polamalu Pit vs Jac
DE Robert Mathis Ind at Stl MLB Mike Peterson Jac at Pit 4 SS Derrick Gibson Oak vs SD
5 DE Kyle Vanden Bosch Ten vs Cin ILB Andra Davis Cle at Bal SS Terrence Kiel SD at Oak
DT John Henderson Jac at Pit 6 MLB London Fletcher Buf vs NYJ 6 SS Adam Archuleta Stl at Ind
7 DE Charles Grant NO vs Atl 7 MLB Zach Thomas Mia at TB 7 SS Chris Crocker Cle at Bal
8 DE Michael Strahan NYG at Dal 8 WLB Keith Bulluck Ten vs Cin 8 SS C.C. Brown Hou at Sea
9 DE Patrick Kerney Atl at NO 9 ILB Kailee Wong Hou at Sea 9 FS Greg Wesley KC vs Was
10  DT Rod Coleman Atl at NO 10 WLB Derrick Johnson KC vs Was 10  SS Kerry Rhodes NYJ at Buf
11 DE Simeon Rice TB vs Mia 11 MLB Lemar Marshall Was at KC 11 FS Madieu Williams Cin at Ten
12 DE Aaron Schobel Buf vs NYJ 12 MLB Kawika Mitchell KC vs Was 12 SS Dwight Smith NO vs Atl
13 DE Justin Smith Cin at Ten 13 MLB Brian Urlacher Chi vs Min 13 FS Sean Taylor Was at KC
14 DE Shaun Ellis NYJ at Buf 14 MLB Lofa Tatupu Sea vs Hou 14 SS Gus Scott NE at Den
15 DE Adewale Ogunleye* Chi vs Min 15 MLB Antonio Pierce NYG at Dal 15 SS Michael Boulware* Sea vs Hou
16 DE Osi Umenyiora* NYG at Dal 16 MLB Gary Brackett Ind vs Stl 16 FS Bob Sanders* Ind vs Stl
17 DE Terrell Suggs Bal vs Cle 17 ILB James Farrior Pit vs Jac 17 CB Nick Harper Ind vs Stl
18 DE Derrick Burgess Oak vs SD 18 ILB Danny Clark Oak vs SD 18 SS Sammy Knight KC vs Was
19 DE Julius Peppers  Car at Det 19 WLB Cato June Ind vs Stl 19 CB Charles Tillman Chi vs Min
20 DE Kalimba Edwards Det vs Car 20 WLB Ian Gold Den vs NE 20 CB Marlin Jackson Ind vs Stl
21 DE Alex Brown Chi vs Min 21 MLB Sam Cowart Min at TB 21 CB Demarcus Faggins Hou at Sea
22 DE Darren Howard NO at Atl 22 ILB Morlon Greenwood Hou at Sea 22 SS Deke Cooper Jac at Pit
23 DE Bryce Fisher Sea vs Hou 23 MLB Dan Morgan Car at Det 23 SS Nick Ferguson Den vs NE
24 DE Brady Smith Atl at NO 24 WLB Keith Brooking Atl at NO 24 SS Roy Williams Dal vs NYG
25 DT Cornelius Griffin Was at KC 25 SLB Demorrio Williams Atl at NO 25 SS Ed Reed Bal vs Cle
26 DE Raheem Brock Ind vs Stl 26 MLB Odell Thurman Cin at Ten 26 CB Nate Clements Buf at NYJ
27 DE Jarred Allen KC vs Was 27 WLB Marcus Washington Was at KC 27 CB Antoine Winfield Min at Chi
28 DT Pat Williams Min at Chi 28 MLB Al Wilson Den vs NE 28 CB Ronde Barber TB vs Mia
29 DT John Browning KC vs Was 29 WLB Lance Briggs Chi vs Min 29 CB Anthony Henry Dal vs NYG
30 DT Kevin Williams Min at Chi 30 WLB Derrick Brooks TB vs Mia 30 FS Michael Hawthorne Stl at Ind
31 DE Mike Rucker Car at Det 31 ILB Monty Beisel NE at Den 31 FS Kevin Kaesviharn Cin at Ten
32 DE Reggie Hayward Jac at Pit 32 SLB Pisa Tinoisamoa Stl at Ind 32 CB DeAngelo Hall Atl at NO
33 DT John Thornton Cin at Ten 33 WLB Will Witherspoon Car at Det 33 CB Chris Gamble Car at Det
34   DT Tommie Harris Chi vs Min 34   WLB Daryl Smith Jac at Pit 34 FS Terrence Holt Det vs Car
35 DE Antwan Odom Ten vs Cin 35 WLB E.J. Henderson Min at Chi 35 SS Tebucky Jones Mia at TB
36 DE Ebenezer Ekuban Den vs NE 36   ILB Kirk Morison Oak vs SD 36 FS Eric Coleman NYJ at Buf
37 DE Will Smith NO vs Atl 37 ILB Bradie James Dal at NYG 37 FS Lamont Thompson Ten vs Cin
38 DT Shaun Rogers Det vs Car 38 MLB Brad Kassell Ten vs Cin 38 FS Ken Hamlin Sea vs Hou
39 DE Jarret Johnson Bal vs Cle 39   ILB Ben Taylor Cle at Bal 39 FS Bryan Scott Alt at NO
40 DT Corey Simon Ind vs Stl 40 SLB Jamie Sharper Sea vs Hou 40 SS Corey Chavous Min at Chi
41 DE Orpheus Roye* Cle at Bal 41 SLB Akin Ayodele Jac at Pit 41 FS Chris Harris Chi vs Min
42 DT Marcus Stroud Jac at Pit 42 WLB Mark Brown NYJ at Buf 42   FS Darren Sharper* Min at Chi
43 DE Aaron Smith Pit vs Jac 43 WLB Brian Simmons Cin at Ten 43 CB Travis Daniels Mia at TB
44 DT James Reed NYJ at Buf 44 WLB Angelo Crowell Buf vs NYJ 44 FS Marcus Coleman Hou at Sea
45 DT Marcus Tubbs Sea vs Hou 45 SLB Boss Bailey Det vs Car 45 CB Ken Lucas Car at Det
46 DE Chris Kelsay Buf at NYJ 46 SLB Peter Sirmon Ten vs Cin 46 CB Packman Jones Ten vs Cin
47 DE Tommy Kelly Oak vs SD 47 ILB Dat Nguyen* Dal at NYG 47 CB Terence Newman Dal vs NYG
48 DE Grant Wistrom Sea vs Hou 48 SLB Adalius Thomas Bal vs Cle 48 CB Dre' Bly Det vs Car
49 DE Darrion Scott Min at Chi 49 ILB Randall Godfrey SD at Oak 49 SS Lawyer Milloy Buf vs NYJ
50 DE Greg Spires TB vs Mia 50 OLB Steve Foley SD at Oak 50 FS Josh Bullocks NO vs Atl
51 DE Paul Spicer Jac at Pit 51 OLB Demarcus Ware Dal vs NYG 51 FS Mike Doss Ind vs Stl
52 DT Ian Scott Chi vs Min 52 MLB Courtney Watson NO vs Atl 52 FS Will Demps Bal vs Cle
53 DE Leonard Little* Stl at Ind 53   MLB Shelton Quarles* TB vs Mia 53 CB Darrent Williams Den vs NE
54 DE Spencer Johnson Min at Chi 54   SLB David Thornton Ind vs Stl 54 SS Kenoy Kennedy Det vs Car
55 DT Sam Adams Buf vs NYJ 55 OLB James Harrison Pit vs Jac 55 FS Marlon McCree Car at Det
56 DT Larry Triplett Ind vs Stl 56 ILB Larry Foote Pit vs Jac 56 SS TankWilliams Ten vs Cin
57 DE Courtney Brown Den vs NE 57   WLB Leroy Hill Sea vs Hou 57 CB Asante Samuel NE at Den
58 DT Rocky Bernard Sea vs Hou 58 MLB Earl Holmes Det vs Car 58 CB Will Allen NYG at Dal
59 DE Phillip Daniels Was at KC 59 SLB David Pollack Cin at Ten 59 FS Bhawoh Jue* SD at Oak
60   DT Vonnie Holliday Mia at TB 60 ILB Chad Brown NE at Den 60   SS Ryan Clark Was at KC
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