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Eyes of the Guru

It's hump week and the injuries are mounting. The time has come for micromanagement. Nearly everyone is missing players from their normal starting lineups and there are a lot of backups getting a chance to play. Keep in mind that every year a hand full of those backups play so well they the never return to the bench. 

Arizona Cardinals

We may have seen the last of the Cardinals unusual 5 man front on defense. After losing Russell Davis to injury a little while back they added a little pass rush punch to the lineup by turning to Calvin Pace. That strategy came to a crashing halt over the bye week when Pace had an accident at home that resulted in season ending surgery surgery on his arm. This leaves the Cards with just 6 healthy defensive on the roster.   

Philadelphia Eagles
Jerome McDougle was supposed to be the answer to Philly's pass rush woes this season but after trying to play through a sports hernia he has opted for season ending surgery. There is good news for the Eagles in that Darwin Walker should be back in action for week 7. While Walker was out rookie Mike Patterson made a strong impression. Don't be surprised if we see Walker line up at end a lot on early downs and then slide inside in passing situations. He has a history of decent tackle numbers and has been productive in this role in the past. He's not a stud by any stretch but is worthy of roster consideration in most leagues.    

San Francisco 49ers
There are rumors out of Frisco that the compounding injuries at LB have the coaching staff considering a return to the 4-3 front. The good news for week 7 is that stud OLB Julian Peterson will likely be ready to return. The bad news is that ILB Jeff Ulbrich has been placed on IR, and the worse news is that his backup Saleem Rasheed is also expected to miss at least week 7 with a knee injury. Transplanted OLB Brandon Moore is likely to get the start. In week 4 Moore saw significant action at ILB and recorded a solid 5-2-0 with a fumble recovery. If it turns out that Rasheed is gone for a while, Moore would likely make a good pickup. 

San Diego Chargers
Keep an eye on the injury report this week for Terrence Kiel. Strangely the Chargers box score includes all 4 safeties with Bhawoh Jue and Jerry Wilson each accounting for 4 tackles while Kiel went only 2-1-0 and Clinton Hart 3-0-0 (one of Hart's tackles came on special teams). As of late Tuesday there is no word of anything that would lend an explanation... Donnie Edwards turned in solid but mortal numbers against the Raiders and he isn't likely to rebound in week 7. Defenders find it tough to post big box scores against the Eagles due to the nature of their offense. Through 5 games no one has managed more than 7 solo stops against them. Edwards is a must start regardless of the opponent but Terrence Kiel may not be if you have another solid option, especially after his week 6 numbers... OLB Steve Foley has been fighting through and abdominal strain (sports hernia?) and hasn't been as effective as the club would like. Meanwhile rookie Shawn Merriman has been seeing his time increase and has looked very good. Expect to see his time continue to increase though it the extra playing time could be at the expense of Ben Leber.   

Oakland Raiders
Kirk Morrison again landed atop the Raiders box score in week 6 and chances are this could become a regular event for him. Officially he is still playing in the nickel package but apparently the club had adopted a nickel hybrid scheme as their base defense. Against San Diego the Raiders stayed in a nickel even when the Chargers lined up in a double TE with 1 WR. This also helps to explain why Derrick Gibson has become so solid. In this package he is basically an extra linebacker while Charles Woodson and Renaldo Hill line up at the deep safety positions... The Raiders seem to have struck gold with Derrick Burgess. He couldn't stay healthy for the Eagles but has managed to do so in Oakland. With 5 sacks in the last 4 games Burgess has already surpassed the Raiders leading sack producer of last season. He's red hot so grab him if you still can.

New York Jets
Those counting on John Abraham undoubtedly are wondering why he finished last weeks game with just 1 tackle. Abraham spent the game in and out of the lineup with some sort of nagging injury. He would play a couple of snaps and then limp of only to come back a few snaps later. He was however completely ineffective. Early in the week there have been no reports on the nature of the injury or the severity. Keep an eye out for news as the week goes on. 

Buffalo Bills
In his first two starts Angelo Crowell was adequate as the replacement for Takeo Spikes but certainly did little to make anyone forget him. Third time is a charm the saying goes and Crowell's third game was certainly his best. He still managed meager tackle numbers but kicked in his first career sack and first career interception along the way. It doesn't seem likely that Crowell will step up to be a serious fantasy factor but he's worth keeping an eye on, especially if you consider the remaining schedule which includes New England twice, the Chargers, Chiefs, Broncos, Dolphins, Panthers and Bengals. All clubs that run the ball well... Ryan Denney still isn't officially starting but he is obviously seeing plenty of playing time. Over the past two games he has recorded 7 tackles and 3 sacks. It may be a little early to grab him but if he keeps producing it's only a matter of time before he bumps Chris Kelsay from the starting job. 

Baltimore Ravens
Those still suffering with the lack of production by Ed Reed may finally have been put out of your misery. He's been as big a bust as anyone on the defensive side this year and you can now add injury to insult. Reed is out for week 7 and probably a few weeks beyond with the dread high ankle sprain. In reality this may be a god sent for many owners who just couldn't bring themselves to release Reed despite his lack of production. Unless you have him in a dynasty league, it's probably time to make better use of the roster spot. Chad Williams took over for Reed against Cleveland and will likely do so for the next few weeks as well. It is however noteworthy that between the two the SS position totaled a season high 8-1-0. There is at least some chance that Will Demps will slide over to SS which might be enough to make him a decent fantasy option.

Carolina Panthers
It's certainly no surprise that Dan Morgan is hurt again. In fact the surprise may be that he lasted 6 weeks before it happened. Morgan left late in the Cleveland game with a dislocated shoulder that could keep him out beyond the team's week 7 bye. In years past an injury to Morgan has elevated Will Witherspoon's numbers to the point of being extremely solid. With the Panthers heading into their bye we may not hear much about Morgan's status until next week but if you're in need at LB I suggest you not wait to snap up Spooney. The situation could also have an impact on Thomas Davis who's playing time has been limited to serving as a rush LB in the nickel defense. If Witherspoon moves to the middle it could open up an opportunity for Davis to step in at WLB and finally see some serious action... Mike Rucker is back! His tackle numbers are finally starting to come around and he has 3.5 sacks over the past 5 games. While these aren't the kind of number we had come to expect from him in the past, they are certainly much better than what we got from him last season. Rucker seems to be on an every other week pattern at this point. In odd numbered weeks he is 5-3-0 combined while his even week production is 10-2-3.5. Carolina has a bye this week and then face the hapless Vikings in week 8.   

Detroit Lions
Dynasty owners who have been patiently awaiting for Teddy Lehman to get his opportunity may finally get some return on their investment. Lehman continues to play in the nickel package but an injury to WLB James Davis might open the door for Lehman to get on the field full time again. Davis left Sundays contest with a leg injury and was unable to return. There has been no further word on the extent of the injury but if he is unable to go it's all but certain that Lehman would get the call against Cleveland this week. Those of you who aren't in dynasty leagues should also be watching for news on Davis. If he misses and significant time Lehman will be worthy of picking up... Kalimba Edwards also missed time with a leg injury during the game. He limped off the field under his own power and was able to return later. Edwards wasn't very effective even before the injury and didn't seem to be limited when he re-entered the game. He just had a bad day at the office... The Lions hope to have James Hall back in action for week 7. He's missed a few weeks with a groin injury and is currently day to day but may try to practice late in the week. He has been released in a lot of leagues so when/if the word comes down that he will play, grab him... SS Kenoy Kennedy is on a role over the past three weeks. His 10-2-0 and a pick in week 6 were very eye catching but Kennedy has put up a strong 23-6-0 with at least 6 solo stops in each of the past three games. The Lions like to use the cover 2 which normally is a box score killer for safeties but Kennedy seems to be emerging as an exception to that rule (as is Bob Sanders in Indy).

New England Patriots
The networks have hit the Tedy Bruschi story from every angle except the one that matters to us. heading into the season New England thought that Monty Beisel and Chad Brown would adequately replace Bruschi and Ted Johnson but it didn't take long to learn that wouldn't be the case. While Brown has been adequate in Johnson's old role, Beisel tends to be in the right place but isn't physical enough and misses way to many tackles. In fact against the Broncos Beisel was replaced in the starting lineup by Mike Vrabel who went on to lead the club in tackles. Bruschi is expected to return to practice this week and will likely have a role when the club returns from their bye in week 8. If all goes well he will regain the starting job in short order but keep in mind he hasn't played football in over 8 months and isn't in game shape by any stretch, so don't expect too much too quickly. Bruschi was a solid fantasy option prior to the stroke. He should be able to return to that level within a few weeks if all goes well but he has never been a dominating fantasy presence. Pick him up as a solid third starter or excellent backup but don't expect to play him before week 10 or so... Injuries at SS continue to force the Pats deeper and deeper into the depth chart. Guss Scott missed week 6 with a sprained knee and isn't a lock to be ready by week 8. 3rd stringer James Sanders got the start against Denver but he couldn't make it through a whole game either and Arturo Freeman played most of the second half. It's too early to call who will be in the lineup for the next game but whoever it is will have some potential.  

Denver Broncos
Injury hit the Broncos hard at SS on Sunday when starter Nick Ferguson was lost with an ankle injury followed by backup Sam Brandon suffering a chest injury. There is no speculation thus far as to when Ferguson will be able to return but the club doesn't seem optimistic that it will be right away. Brandon is expected to miss at least 3 weeks. That leaves the club thin but they do have journeyman Marques Anderson who will likely get the call at least for week 7. Anderson has starting experience and a history of decent tackle production, but doesn't pack much big play potential. If the injuries to Ferguson and Brandon linger for a while, Anderson could be an option as a #3 starter in a pinch. 

Miami Dolphins
The Fins took another injury hit this week when Jason Taylor went down with a foot injury. We are still waiting on an update on the nature and severity of the problem but it wasn't a good sign that Taylor was on crutches after the game and reportedly couldn't put any weight on it at all. If he misses any game action David Bowens would likely replace him in the starting lineup but we could see a lot more of rookie Matt Roth in passing situations. Roth is a player the coaching staff has high expectations for. With the Dolphins unlikely to go anywhere this year, maybe it would be good for them to get Roth the experience. I look for him to push for a starting job opposite Taylor as early as next season... Junior Seau continues to miss time with a sore Achilles. He missed week 6 and is already confirmed to be questionable for week 7. Rookie Channing Crowder continues to work in Seau's place and posted his best numbers to date (5-2-0 with a FR). Crowder is another youngster with big future expectations brought in by the new regime. Playing in the shadow of Zach Thomas it will be tough for him to provide us with any consistent fantasy success but he is certainly worthy of our attention moving foreword.  

Houston Texans
The debate over who is the better fantasy option between Kailee Wong and Morlon Greenwood has come to an end with Greenwood winning by default. Wong was placed on IR this week after suffering a serious knee injury against the Seahawks. Greenwood now becomes the every down linebacker and play caller for the defense. His numbers saw the effect of Wong's loss immediately
as he stepped up with a season (and I believe career) high 9-3-0 mark. The Texans are a mess on both sides of the ball so the defense is going to be on the field a lot. Greenwood is likely to be an excellent option and an every week must start the rest of the way. Career backup DaShon Polk will fill the hole in the lineup and considering the situation, should also be a solid contributor as depth at the least or maybe even a decent third starter... Strong safety C.C. Brown should also see a little boost in production as a ripple effect of the Wong injury. Not that Wong was ever a stud but Polk is certainly somewhat of a downgrade which means more opportunity for Brown who is already emerging as an excellent and very consistent fantasy option. He's gone 19-6-0 over the past three games.   

Seattle Seahawks
Seattle FS Ken Hamlin suffered career if not life threatening injuries when he was assaulted outside of a nightclub last weekend. Among the injuries are a fractured skull and a broken hand. He hasn't been officially placed on IR, but it's nearly certain that his season is over. Former Bengal Marquand Manuel will take over the starting job. Manuel is a decent veteran backup who should do a solid job for the club, but he isn't likely to make a lot of fantasy impact. Our prayers and best wishes go out to Hamlin.

Atlanta Falcons
When Ed Hartwell was lost for the season last week it was expected that veteran backup Ike Reese would take over the starting duties. Apparently the club decided that rookie Michael Boley was the better option. There is no doubt he has more upside and this is a perfect opportunity for him to gain some much needed experience. Boley was the Falcons 5th round pick in April and has made a strong impression right from the start. Sandwiched between Demorrio Williams and Keith Brooking it won't be so easy for offenses to prey on his inexperience. Boley won't see action in passing situations so his numbers aren't likely to be fantasy worthy but we should keep an eye on the kid as he may prove to be a major factor in the future.  

New Orleans Saints
There are some very interesting notes to come out of the Saints week 6 story line. Courtney Watson once again topped the box score but once again it was with meager numbers (5-1-0). The most interesting aspect of here is that over the hill veteran Ronald McKinnon actually started the game at MLB. It's unclear if this was a disciplinary situation or possibly a motivational ploy but either way McKinnon didn't last very long and Watson played the position most of the way... Rookie Alfred Fincher saw his first action of the season but don't read too much into his posting four tackles on the day. Three of those came on special teams. On the other hand, if the defense continues to struggle, it would be no surprise to see Fincher get a shot at a starting job either in the middle or more likely at WLB. This kid was a tackling machine in college so keep an eye on him as we turn the corner into the second half of our season... SS Dwight Smith is currently day to day with a knee sprain and is in danger of missing at least the week 7 contest. With Jay Bellamy already on IR and Mel Mitchell (questionable) nursing a sore hammy, the Saints may turn to transplanted veteran corner Jason Craft to plug the hole at SS this week. This is unlikely to be a long term fix so don't bother making a move for Craft unless you are desperate... Will Smith made his first start of the season at DE in place of Darren Howard. Howard was active and did play a significant role in the game. The question now is will Smith be given an opportunity to keep the job? He has certainly played well enough to have earned it... Charles Grant continues to play through a turf toe injury that is obviously slowing him down. This is an extremely painful injury which makes it nearly impossible to push off with full force. Grant could be bothered by the injury for the entire season.  

Cincinnati Bengals
Madieu Williams (shoulder) was active and did play in the game at Tennessee but he was not in the starting lineup and did not play full time. Williams played a few snaps early before leaving the field holding his sore shoulder after making a tackle. He was able to return later in the game but was obviously not healthy. Williams will be questionable for week 7 and probably belongs on your bench until the injury is healed and we see him play a full game with no problems... Look for the coaches to get David Pollack more involved in the game over the next few weeks as they work to improve the Bengals pedestrian pass rush. Cincy has been on fire in the takeaway department but has just 9 sacks on the season with a whopping 7 of those coming in week 4 against the Texans. They have failed to record a sack in 4 of their 6 games thus far. 

Minnesota Vikings
Everyone knows all about the Vikings struggles this season on both sides of the ball. Give the defensive coaching staff credit for leaving no stone unturned in their effort to find a solution. Minnesota surprisingly turned to a 3-4 base defense against Chicago in week 6. It didn't help much so who knows if we will see it again. Kevin Williams and Darrion Scott lined up at the end positions with Pat Williams at nose tackle. Sam Cowart and EJ Henderson were the inside linebackers with Keith Newman and Raonall Smith on the outside.  

Kansas City Chiefs
Anyone who had never heard of Jared Allen before week 6 sure knows who he is now. If this guy happens to still be available on your waiver wire grab him. With 6 tackles, 3 sacks and 2 fumble recoveries everyone is going to be after the guy this week but a look back at his over all numbers makes him even more atractive. Through 5 games he has gone 22-2-5. He has at least 3 solo stops in each game and is 16-1-4 over the last three and is on pace to finish at 70-7-16... Week 6 saw Kendrell Bell receive his most extensive action of the season to date and the result was a solid 6 tackles. Bell had been seeing a limited number of snaps in previous games but now that injuries have thinned the team's options at LB they may turn to him on a more regular basis. I wouldn't jump right up and grab him yet but it's an eye brow raiser at the least... FS Greg Wesley suffered a bruised lower back late in Sunday's game. There has been no word on his playing status for week 7 but generally speaking no word is a good thing. Stay tuned for late week news.  

New York Giants
Nick Griesen can't keep a starting job for the Giants but he just won't go away. Injuries continue to land him back in the lineup and when he is there he somehow seems to always post decent numbers. Barrett Green could need more surgery and may end up on IR and Carlos Emmons is fighting an ankle injury which could keep him out of the lineup as well. Griesen is the club's top reserve at all three LB positions and it looks like he is going to continue seeing significant action. If you find yourself in a tough spot at LB, Griesen may be worth a shot. If he lands a job that is sure to last a while, he would certainly be a strong pickup for the short term... Gibril Wilson left Sunday's contest for a little while to have his sore ankle re-taped but was able to return. He will likely be probable on this weeks injury report and should play in week 7. 

Dallas Cowboys
Dat Nguyen remains questionable with a neck injury heading to week 7. Teams are very careful with any injury that effects the neck so it may be a while yet before we see Nguyen back in uniform. It may be more than a coincidence that the club had both Terry Pierce and Jay Foreman in for workouts early this week. While Nguyen is out Bradie James becomes the play caller and full time ILB. James has yet to demonstrate break out fantasy numbers and may never get there but he has 15 solo stops over the 3 games that Nguyen has been out and is emerging as a quality option for depth in large leagues. SS Roy Williams owners may also reap some benefit from Nguyen's injury. Williams has a solid 17-2-1 mark to show for the three games without Nguyen. Don't miss a chance to start Roy this week against the Seahawks. In six games this year there have been 6 safeties who have put up at least 6 solo stops against Seattle. Even some very average guys like Keion Carpenter (8-0-0) and backup Mike Furry (7-1-0). 

That does it for the week 7 edition. Best of luck to everyone this weekend and...

Just Win Baby!

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 and those with a ** may move up due to injuries to other players. Keep in mind that this is usually done prior to the release of the Wednesday injury report.

1 DE Dwight Freeney Ind at Hou 1 MLB Ray Lewis Bal at Chi 1 SS Tony Parrish SF at Was
2 DE Kyle Vanden Bosch Ten at Ari MLB Jonathan Vilma NYJ at Atl SS Adrian Wilson Ari vs Ten
DE Michael Strahan NYG vs Den 3 MLB Zach Thomas Mia vs KC SS Roy Williams Dal at Sea
DT Rod Coleman Atl vs NYJ MLB Brian Urlacher Chi vs Bal 4 SS C.C. Brown Hou vs Ind
5 DE Robert Mathis Ind at Hou MLB Jeremiah Trotter Phi vs SD SS Gibril Wilson * NYG vs Den
DE Chares Grant NO at Stl 6 ILB Andra Davis Cle vs Det 6 SS Mike Brown Chi vs Bal
7 DE KGB GB at Min 7 ILB Donnie Edwards SD at Phi 7 SS Derrick Gibson Oak vs Buf
8 DE Will Smith NO at Stl 8 MLB Lofa Tatupu Sea vs Dal 8 SS Adam Archuleta Stl vs NO
9 DE Patrick Kerney Atl vs NYJ 9 MLB Nick Barnett GB at Min 9 FS Bob Sanders Ind at Hou
10  DE Aaron Schobel Buf at Oak 10 WLB Cato June Ind at Hou 10  SS Troy Polamalu Pit at Cin
11 DE Derrick Burgess Oak vs Buf 11 MLB London Fletcher Buf at Oak 11 SS Michael Lewis Phi vs SD
12 DE Bert Berry Ari vs Ten 12 MLB Antonio Pierce NYG vs Den 12 SS Sammy Knight KC at Mia
13 DE Jared Allen KC at Mia 13 ILB Morlon Greenwood Hou vs Ind 13 CB Darrent Williams Den at NYG
14 DE John Abraham * NYJ at Atl 14 ILB Danny Clark Oak vs Buf 14 CB Nate Clements Buf at Oak
15 DE Osi Umenyiora NYG vs Den 15 MLB Keith Bulluck Ten at Ari 15 CB Packman Jones Ten at Ari
16 DE Justin Smith Cin vs Pit 16 SLB Derrick Johnson KC at Mia 16 FS Darren Sharper Min vs GB
17 DE Terrell Suggs Bal at Chi 17 MLB Sam Cowart Min vs GB 17 FS Marcus Coleman Hou vs Ind
18 DE Aaron Kampman GB at Min 18 WLB Keith Brooking Atl vs NYJ 18 FS Lance Schulters Ten at Ari
19 DE Shaun Ellis NYJ at Atl 19 MLB Odell Thurman Cin vs Pit 19 FS Madieu Williams Cin vs Pit
20 DE Bryant Young SF at Was 20 ILB Kirk Morrison Oak vs Buf 20 SS Terrence Kiel SD at Phi
21 DE Adewale Ogunleye Chi vs Bal 21 MLB Al Wilson Den at NYG 21 FS Bryan Scott Atl vs NYJ
22 DE Kalimba Edwards * Det at Cle 22 MLB Lemar Marshall Was vs SF 22 SS Kerry Rhodes NYJ at Atl
23 DE Raheem Brock Ind at Hou 23 SLB Demorrio Williams Atl vs NYJ 23 CB DeMarcus Faggins Hou vs Ind
24 DE Antwan Odom Ten at Ari 24 MLB Kawika Mitchell KC at Mia 24 SS Dwight Smith NO at Stl
25 DE Leonard Little * Stl vs NO 25 ILB James Farrior Pit at Cin 25 FS Greg Wesley * KC at Mia
26 DT Mike Patterson Phi vs SD 26 ILB Derek Smith SF at Was 26 FS Brian Dawkins Phi vs SD
27 DE Chike Okeafor Ari vs Ten 27 MLB Gary Brackett * Ind at Hou 27 FS Sean Taylor Was vs SF
28 DE Jevon Kearse Phi vs SD 28 WLB Ian Gold Den at NYG 28 CB Marlin Jackson Ind at Hou
29 DE Anthony Hargrove Stl vs NO 29 WLB Lance Briggs Chi vs Bal 29 CB Anthony Henry Dal at Sea
30 DT Pat Williams Min vs GB 30 ILB Bradie James Dal at Sea 30 CB Nick Harper Ind at Hou
31 DE ND Kalu Phi vs SD 31 ILB Brandon Moore SF at Was 31 SS Mike Doss Ind at Hou
32 DE Lance Johnstone Min vs GB 32 WLB E.J. Henderson Min vs GB 32 SS Kenoy Kennedy Det at Cle
33 DT Darnell Dockett Ari vs Ten 33 SLB Marcus Washington Was vs SF 33 SS Chris Crocker Cle vs Det
34   DE Ryan Denney Buf at Oak 34   WLB Brian Simmons Cin vs Pit 34 CB DeAngelo Hall Atl vs NYJ
35 DE Jason Taylor * Mia vs KC 35 SLB Pisa Tinoisamoa Stl vs NO 35 FS Terence Holt Det at Cle
36 DE Grant Wistrom Sea vs Dal 36   OLB Julian Peterson * SF at Was 36 SS Tebucky Jones Mia vs KC
37 DE Brady Smith Atl vs NYJ 37 WLB Nick Griesen NYG vs Den 37 FS Erik Coleman NYJ at Atl
38 DE Trevor Pryce Den at NYG 38 SLB Karlos Dansby Ari vs Ten 38 FS Mike Furry Stl vs NO
39 DT Kevin Williams Min vs GB 39   ILB DaShon Polk Hou vs Ind 39 FS Lamont Thompson Ten at Ari
40 DT Marcus Tubbs Sea vs Dal 40 OLB James Harrison Pit at Cin 40 FS Josh Bullocks NO at Stl
41 DT John Browning KC at Mia 41 MLB Courtney Watson NO at Stl 41 CB Tory James Cin vs Pit
42 DT John Thornton Cin vs Pit 42 SLB Jamie Sharper Sea vs Dal 42   FS Charles Woodson Oak vs Buf
43 DT Shaun Rogers Det at Cle 43 ILB Ben Taylor Cle vs Det 43 CB Dre' Bly Det at Cle
44 DE Alex Brown Chi vs Bal 44 ILB Scott Shanle Dal at Sea 44 CB Andre Woolfolk Ten at Ari
45 DE Kevin Carter Mia vs KC 45 SLB Victor Hobson NYJ at Atl 45 FS Will Demps Bal at Chi
46 DT Gerard Warren Den at NYG 46 WLB Leroy Hill Sea vs Dal 46 FS Kevin Kaesviharn Cin vs Pit
47 DE Phillip Daniels Was vs SF 47 OLB Demarcus Ware Dal at Sea 47 SS Lawyer Milloy Buf at Oak
48 DT Cornelius Griffin * Was vs SF 48 MLB Brad Kassell Ten at Ari 48 CB Ty Law NYJ at Atl
49 DT Cullen Jenkins GB at Min 49 MLB James Darling Ari vs Ten 49 CB Antoine Winfield Min vs GB
50 DE Greg Ellis Dal at Sea 50 WLB Channing Crowder Mia vs KC 50 SS Marques Anderson ** Den at NYG
51 DT Ryan Pickett Stl vs NO 51 SLB Peter Sirmon Ten at Ari 51 CB Fred Smoot Min vs GB
52 DE Orpheus Roye Cle vs Det 52 SLB Boss Bailey Det at Cle 52 CB Charles Tillman Chi vs Bal
53 DE Aaron Smith * Pit at Cin 53   WLB Angelo Crowell Buf at Oak 53 CB Deltha O'Neal Cin vs Pit
54 DE Scott Darrion Min vs GB 54   WLB Mark Brown NYJ at Atl 54 FS Robert Griffith Ari vs Ten
55 DT Darwin Walker Phi vs SD 55 SLB David Thornton Ind at Hou 55 SS Mark Roman GB at Min
56 DE Marques Douglas SF at Was 56 OLB Shawn Merriman SD at Phi 56 SS Corey Chavous Min vs GB
57 DT Sam Adams Buf at Oak 57   SLB Adalius Thomas Bal at Chi 57 CB Will Allen NYG vs Den
58 DT Vonnie Holliday Mia vs KC 58 MLB Teddy Lehman ** Det at Cle 58 CB Shawntae Spencer SF at Was
59 DE David Bowens Mia vs KC 59 SLB David Pollack Cin vs Pit 59 FS Nick Collins GB at Min
60   DT James Reed NYJ at Atl 60 OLB Joey Porter Pit at Cin 60   CB Champ Bailey * Den at NYG
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