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Eyes of the Guru

Most of us started our journey in July or August and we have now come to the stretch run. 7 weeks to go and if we were putting as much effort into our day jobs as we are FF, we would all be rich in no time... 

Carolina Panthers
The bye allowed Dan Morgan to rest his sore (dislocated in week 6) shoulder but it may not have been enough. Morgan will try to practice with a harness this week and states that he believes he can go in week 8 but admits that the shoulder is still sore. Morgan will likely be questionable and has a history of not playing when he shows up on the injury report. Even if he does go it will be at less than 100% and a MLB with 1 shoulder will struggle no matter who it is. If you have Morgan, look for a different option for at least this week... Will Witherspoon just might be the option Morgan owners are looking for. Spooney plays the WLB position but in the past has moved inside when Morgan was out of the lineup. There is a strong fantasy precedent that when Morgan is out, Witherspoon steps up big in the box scores. If Morgan tries to go and aggravates the injury, Witherspoon would end up being a great addition for any stretch run. With the situation as it is, it may be a good idea to snap up Spooney and sit tight for a game or two if you have room... Julius Peppers will wear a cast on his broken hand but will play in week 8. Peppers recorded his first sack of the season in week 6 and may be poised for a breakout game against the struggling Vikings this week. Minnesota's 29 sacks on the season is second only to the Texans in futility. If you have Peppers or Mike Rucker on your squad, start them.  

Jacksonville Jaguars
Akinola Ayodele is set to become a free agent at season end and thus far the Organization has made no mention of extending his contract. Dynasty owners in particular should keep abreast of this situation as it could spell opportunity for recently acquired Jamie Winborn. Rumor has it the club would like more speed and athleticism from the position and want to see if Winborn will give them that. Watch for developments here. It may be an opportunity to make a solid addition for next season.

New York Jets
Adding injury to insult the Jets lost WLB Eric Barton for the season on Monday night. He returned from the early season ankle sprain and lasted only a few snaps before tearing his Biceps tendon. With Barton out Mark Brown steps in as the starter. Brown hasn't been particularly impressive in his recent starts totaling 14-17-1.5 over the past 4 games, and he plays in the shadow of an emerging Jonathan Vilma, but Brown might be worthy of roster consideration at this point. If the Jets continue to crumble under the devastation of all their injuries the defense is going to be on the field a ton. 

Atlanta Falcons
The Falcons may have won the game Monday night but they didn't come out unscathed. DE Brady Smith suffered what was initially called a broken toe but was later reported as a dislocation. The word is he will be out 2-4 weeks but the reality may be more like 4-6. They were also without Chad Lavalais for most of the game after he suffered back spasms early on. What the Falcons learned from the situation is that they have some young guy son the DL who can make plays. Chauncy Davis replaced Smith and all he did was recover a fumble and score a TD. Expect Davis and rookie Jonathan Babineaux to share playing time while Smith is out. Antwan Lake filled in for Lavalais and was nothing short of impressive all around with a 5-0-1 mark. Lavalais is expected to be fine and to return after the team's bye this week. Even so, don't be surprised if we see more of Lake over the second half of the season... The season ending injury to Ed Hartwell prompted the Falcons to make some changes at LB. Keith Brooking has moved inside and Demorrio Williams flipped to the weak side. The results are obviously positive for Williams who went large in week 7 with a 10-0-1. As it stands now it will be no surprise to see Williams lead the club in tackles the rest of the way. Brooking will have his share but he may have passed the torch when it comes to being the Falcons fantasy stud at LB... Rookie Michael Boley is working at the SLB position and making a solid contribution. That said, he is leaving the field on passing downs and isn't likely to make much of a fantasy impact unless there are more injuries.   

San Francisco 49ers
Injuries have forced the Niners to move Brandon Moore from backup on the outside to starter at the ILB replacing Jeff Ulbrich. Moore seems to have taken to the switch like a fish to water. He actually played the position back in week 4 as an injury replacement as well. Between his two game at ILB Moore has gone 11-3-1 with a fumble recovery. Ulbrich is gone for the year and Saleem Rasheed is gone for a while as well. Moore is likely in for the duration of the season and is worthy of strong consideration in this situation... Derrick Smith came out of week 7 with a sore hamstring but it isn't considered serious and Smith is expected to go in week 8... Tony Parrish had a horrible box score against the Skins which was especially strange considering the course of the game. There have been no reports of an injury to Parrish so there is no choice but to assume his 1-0-0 was a fluke. That said, there may be reason for concern. Parrish averaged nearly 6 solo stops per game over the first 4 weeks but he has just 4 solo stops over the last 2 games combined. I wouldn't give p on him gut it may be time for concern... Mike Adams on the other hand should be getting some fantasy attention. He took over the starting FS job a couple of games back and has turned 7 solo stops in back to back games and had a sack, a pick and a fumble recovery on the season. The Niners aren't a very good team and the defense will be on the field often down the stretch so Adams might make a very good addition.      

Washington Redskins
There has been a LaVar Arrington sighting! and boy was it a big one. Arrington emerged from the dog house to lead the club in tackles against the Niners with a 7-2-0 mark. He didn't start and didn't play full time so the question now comes down to did he play because it was a blow out and the coaching staff just wanted to see where he was? And if so did he prove himself enough to gain their confidence and a significant role in a close game? One other question that comes to mind for me is how much did Daniel Snyder have to do with Arrington seeing the field? The organization has been mum on the issue this week but it will be very difficult for Joe Gibbs to send Arrington back to the shadows now, especially after MLB Lemar Marshall was quoted as saying "the defense fed off Arrington's presence". He looked healthy for the first time in a couple of years and should be at or very near the top of everyone's pickup list this week... Sean Taylor missed a few snaps with an ankle sprain on Sunday but was able to return to the game. He was sore and limping on Monday but it's believed he will be able to go in week 8... DT Cornelius Griffin was also dinged in the game and may miss some practice with a groin injury but it is not serious and he is expected to play against the Giants... Rookie corner Carlos Rogers was listed as probable last week but still didn't play. The club decided to give him one more week to rest the injury. He is expected to play against the Giants.     

New Orleans Saints
Injuries have the Saints very thin at a lot of positions on both sides of the ball but no position is thinner than safety. Rookie Josh Bullocks has been moved to SS while Dwight Smith recovers from his sprained knee. Smith wasn't even close to a return in week 7 and it looks like he could miss a few more games. Meanwhile Bullocks was second on the team in tackles against the Rams. The Saints have high expectations for the rookie and if nothing else he is getting his baptism by fire and gaining valuable experience. Considering that Steve Gleason is filling the void at FS right now, chances are Bullocks is in the lineup for the duration of the season and would likely make a solid addition in most leagues. He may move over to FS once Smith returns but that shouldn't hurt his numbers in this situation... Dynasty owners who are getting frustrated with Courtney Watson should sit tight if you can afford the roster spot. Consider this before you send him packing. The Saints weren't very happy with Jim Haslett last year and the team isn't playing well again this season. Granted it is a tough situation for them considering all they have gone through but if the club relocates next year as expected, will they not have a new coaching staff and a completely fresh start? I believe Haslett is out after this season and a new staff will bring a new defensive scheme. Watson and Alfred Fincher are both good players and could be very fantasy successful in a different scheme. I believe Fincher will be starting at WLB come '06... Willie Whitehead has replaced Jonathan Sullivan at tackle. The move adds another solid pass rusher to the lineup. A good move considering both starting ends are playing through injuries.  

St. Louis Rams
Early in the season none of the Rams linebackers were getting it done in the box scores but Pisa Tinoisamoa has stepped up in recent weeks. He is the clubs best linebacker hands down and it's finally starting to show. He's totaled 20-5-1 over the last three games. One has to wonder if there is some link between the improving numbers and the leave of absence by the Mike Martz? At any rate, Tinoisamoa is stepping it up and has earned a roster spot in most fantasy leagues. The schedule isn't particularly favorable for him the rest of the way and especially late in the season, but St. Louis does have Washington, Seattle and Jacksonville on the schedule over the next 5 games... The Rams entered this season counting on Anthony Hargrove to step up at DE. He got off to a slow start but has come on over the past 4 weeks. Hargrove hasn't been flashy and hasn't turned in that monster game that would have everyone scrambling to pick him up but you may want to take a look and beat the rush. He's gone 16-1-2 over the last 4 games and has at least 4 tackles in 3 of those games. With a remaining schedule that includes Arizona, Houston, Minnesota and San Francisco Hargrove will find himself in a target rich environment often down the stretch.   

New York Giants
Owners who find themselves in a pinch at LB may want to take a hard look at Nick Greisen. With Barrett Green likely headed to IR and Carlos Emmons fighting through ankle and now pectoral injuries, it's looking like Greisen may be in the lineup for a while at WLB. He is a player who has never been able to maintain a starting job despite having several opportunities over the past couple of years. Greisen is an average talent and best suited as a quality backup in the NFL but he is also an over achiever who plays with a lot of heart and determination. Most importantly to us, he seem to always show up with solid numbers when he gets a chance to play. Over the past three games Greisen gone 17-8-0 with a pair of fumble recoveries despite not playing full time. Keep an eye on Emmons injury status and if it turns out that he will miss some time don't hesitate to move on Greisen... Rookie DE Justin Tuck has been seeing an expanded role over the past 4 games and is gaining the confidence of the coaching staff. He is expected to be the eventual successor to Michael Strahan and the coaches like what they see from him so far. He's yet to register his first NFL sack but may have earned himself more opportunity with his solid play. Rumor has it that Tuck may see an even bigger role as the season wears on. The question is will his increased snaps come at the expense of Osi Umenyiora or will the Giants turn to some sort of a 3 man rotation? Keep in mind that Strahan turns 34 in November.  

Cincinnati Bengals
It's not yet been made official but it looks like the season may be over for FS Madieu Williams. He tried to play through his injured shoulder in week 6 but wasn't able to go in the team's biggest game in a decade against Pittsburgh in week 8. Williams absence was felt big time as the Bengals safeties were victimized numerous times by TE Heath Miller, were run over by Jerome Bettis and were run around by Fast Willie Parker. Bengal radio announcer Dave Lapham mentioned several times on Sunday that Williams was scheduled for season ending surgery on his torn labrum this week. This has neither been confirmed nor denied by the organization but coach Lewis did confirm that Williams could be done for the year. Cincy is already without starting SS Kim Herring who was lost to IR very early. They will go with converted corner Kevin Kaesviharn at FS and waiver claim Ifeanyi Ohalete at SS the rest of the way. Neither of these guys is anything to write home about but the only other safety on the roster is career backup Anthony Mitchell who is even worse. The moral to this story is start you running backs who face the Bengals the rest of the season. On the IDP side, it you are really hurting you may consider Kaesviharn as a stop gap. He's totaled at least 4 solo stops in 5 straight games and has added a pair of picks, a fumble recovery and a sack along the way... David Pollack made his first NFL start in week 7 but unfortunately he didn't last long. Early in the game he limped to the locker room with a knee injury. There are reports that he continued to play through the injury but I was at the game and am pretty sure I saw him return to the sideline in street clothes. Either way, the injury is a sprain and not considered serious. He will be questionable for week 8 and may sit out the next 2 games and the team has a bye in week 10. Landon Johnson would return to the starting lineup while Pollack recovers... Duane Clemons made his first significant appearance of the season against Pittsburgh and recorded the Bengals only sack of the game. He could see a significant role during the second half but may find much of his playing time at tackle in passing situations. In short, don't look for a lot of fantasy impact.        

Buffalo Bills
So much for my initial assumption that Angelo Crowell would fall short of filling the shoes of Takeo Spikes in the playmaking department. It took him a few weeks to get comfortable but Crowell has been on fire with 2 sacks and an interception in the last two weeks. That said, the Bills are about to enter a stretch of games that includes match ups with the Patriots (twice) the Chiefs, Chargers, Panthers, Dolphins, Broncos and Bengals. All teams that have done an excellent job of protecting their QB and holding onto the ball. Crowell is certainly worthy of a roster position at this point but he has just 1 game with over 5 solo tackles so don't stop looking for help if you pick him up... Aaron Schobel has a history of slow starts. When he put up 2 sacks in the season opener it looked like this year would be an exception but he followed that big game with a very weak 4 game stretch. As seems to be the norm with Schobel he looks to have awakened about week 6 and has gone 10-1-1 in the last two starts. The moral of this story is that Schobel is a solid fantasy option who tends to produce better during the second half of the season. If you have him don't make the mistake of letting him go now and if you don't have him check your waiver wire and see if someone else gave up too early. The match ups aren't real favorable for sack production but Schobel generally produces solid tackle numbers. 25 of his 46 tackles last season came over the final 8 games.   

Oakland Raiders
No player in the league is any hotter right now than Raiders DE Derrick Burgess who has 13 tackles and 6 sacks in the last 3 games. Burgess is getting the glory but it's the interior linemen who are doing the dirty work that has contributed to his success. Offenses have been double teaming Ted Washington and/or Warren Sapp which has allowed Burgess to see a lot of single blocking. If he keeps it up teams will have no choice but to change up their blocking and turn their attention his way. Ride him while he's hot but sooner or later the numbers will slip back to reality. That said, Burgess has proven that he can get it done. 7 sacks in 5 games can't be a fluke. If he can stay healthy he could be a strong challenger for this year's sack title... The injury bug took a severe toll on the Raiders secondary in week 7 with both Charles Woodson and Derrick Gibson being lost for an extensive period of time. Woodson suffered a broken fibula and it is speculated he may have played his last game as a Raider. The injury will keep him out at least 6 weeks and likely well beyond. Woodson is an unrestricted free agent at the end of this season and is not expected to return. The Gibson injury was probably a bigger blow both to the Raiders and especially in fantasy terms. He had been playing very well and had emerged as a strong fantasy option prior to the injury. Gibson had surgery on the dislocated wrist and is out 6-8 weeks. He could possibly return if the Raiders are still in the hunt in December but for all practical fantasy purposes he is done for the year. Converted corner Renaldo Hill will move into the SS position for the foreseeable future. He lacks the size and physical presence that Gibson brought and the coaching staff may not be able to use him as they were using Gibson (often close to the line almost as a LB). It remains to be seen if Hill can be box score productive though to his credit he did finish Sunday's game tied to the team tackle lead with 5. The injury to Woodson basically makes Stuart Schweigert a full timer again. Schweigert had been giving way to Woodson in the nickel package prior to the injury. Schweigert has shown flashes of box score brilliance in the past and could prove a significant fantasy surprise the rest of the way. Picking him up this week would be a gamble but if you wait to see what happens in week 8 there could be a lot of competition for his services... The ripple effect of the injuries will land rookie Fabian Washington in a starting role and fellow rookie Stanford Routt in the nickel back job. Washington would fall under the rookie corner rule and is certainly worth keeping an eye on for us all but should be on the pickup list this week for owners in leagues that require corners.    

Detroit Lions
DE James Hall returned to the lineup in week 7 while previously hot handed Kalimba Edwards vanished from the box score completely. The question is was Edwards lack of playing time and production the direct result of Hall's return or was it more due to the sore knee that shortened his week 6 and had him listed as questionable on the Friday injury report? The answer may lie somewhere in the middle. Hall is the unquestioned starter and a guy who finished last season with double digit sacks. The job is his so long as he can stay healthy. Hall missed 3 games with a groin injury and there is concern that he could be bothered by it all season. That said, if you find yourself in need at the position and he happens to be available, don't hesitate to make the move. At worst he struggles or gets hurt again and you move on. At best he could average a sack a game the rest of the way. Edwards made the most of his opportunity while Hall was out. In his two full games he totaled 7-2-3 and made a strong case for more playing time. Corey Redding is the starter opposite Hall and the original plan was for Edwards to relieve him on passing downs. At the least the Lions should go back to that arrangement. There is also the knee injury suffered by Shaun Rogers to be considered. Rogers is day to day with the injury. If he misses time the club will be forced to either slide the versatile Redding inside or promote rookie Shaun Cody to starter... The Lions will be without #1 corner Dre' Bly for about the next month as he recovers from wrist surgery. R.W. McQuarters is expected to step into the starting role. McQuarters has some history of quality fantasy production back in his days with the Bears. He could be a hot pickup for owners in leagues requiring corners. Offenses will come after him until/unless he proves they shouldn't.     

Cleveland Browns
The Browns have lost star free agent addition Gary Baxter for the season with a chest injury. Early speculation is that former CFL player Leigh Bodden will assume the starting role but Michael Lehan could also get a shot at the job. Ray Mickens is in the mix as well but will likely continue to work as the nickel back. 

Tennessee Titans
Over the off season second year DE Travis LaBoy spent a great deal of time working as the starter. An injury slowed him during training camp while Antwan Odom and Kyle Vanden Bosch laid claim to the jobs. Laboy has been working in a rotation with Odom and may be on the verge of reclaiming the job. LaBoy has come on strong with three sacks in his last 4 games despite the limited playing time while Odom has just two sacks on the season (both against the Texans.. go figure). Don't be surprised if LaBoy's playing time continues to increase and/or he takes over as the starter in the next few weeks... SLB Peter Sirmon continues to fight a sore ankle that is keeping his playing time limited to running downs and kept him out of week 7 all together. Meanwhile Brad Kassell is getting the extra snaps in passing situations which is enough to make him worthy of fantasy consideration in most leagues.    

Baltimore Ravens
Looking for a short term fill in at LB? consider either Tommy Polley or Bart Scott. Ray Lewis has been all but ruled out for week 8. There are conflicting report on the injury which is either a hamstring or a thigh bruise. He is expected to rest this week and return for week 9 against Cincinnati. In the past when Lewis has missed games it was Ed Hartwell who would slide into the middle and was very productive. Scott is expected to get that call this week if Lewis sits and the match up (Steelers) couldn't be better. 

Dallas Cowboys
Dat Nguyen threw us for a loop last week when he didn't even make the trip to Seattle despite being listed as probable on the Friday injury report. According to Parcells the problem was mental and not physical in that Nguyen just wasn't comfortable taking full speed hits on his sore neck. Parcells feared Nguyen would not be able to play without worry and thus made the decision to leave him on the inactive list for one more game. Nguyen is expected to play and start this week.

Seattle Seahawks
So much for Leroy Hill having an expanded role in week 7. He was supposed to see a little action in the base defense in addition to his duties in the nickel package but it didn't happen. The Cowboys rarely use multiple receiver sets thus Hill spent most of his day walking up and down the sideline with his helmet under his arm. At this point I plan to ignore further reports and believe it not until I see it with my own two eyes... It's a rare site for a pair of defensive ends to lead a club in tackles for a game and even more rare for it to happen in Seattle. Bryce Fisher (7-2-2) and Grant Wistrom (7-2-1) pulled it off against Dallas. After a horrible start Wistrom may be ready to break out and put up the kind of numbers he has in the past. He now has 2 sacks on the season both coming in the past 2 games and comes off a season high in tackles. Seattle has a bye this week and then starts a run of games against the Cards, Rams and Niners. All teams who have given up a lot of sacks. Wistrom will be available in many leagues and is worthy of consideration. Fisher is also worthy. He doesn't have the strong history of fantasy production behind him that Wistrom does but is currently the team sack leader with 5. On the down side Fisher has 3 or fewer tackles in 5 of his 7 starts this season.  

Miami Dolphins
Not only are the Dolphins in a skid when it comes to wins and loses but they are taking a beating in the injury department as well. DE Jason Taylor plans to play through a painful foot injury that had him limping around again this Monday after spending last Monday on crutches. He isn't expected to miss any game time but may not practice again for the rest of the season and will likely be questionable nearly every week for the duration. Kevin Carter missed practice on Tuesday with a calf injury and will also be questionable for week 8. With the two starter banged up look for rookie Matt Roth to see a great deal of playing time. He managed a mark of 4-2-0 on Sunday and is a player the new coaching staff believes will start for them for a long time once he breaks into the lineup... The secondary also took a major beating with SS Tebucky Jones lost for the season with a torn pectoral muscle. He will be replaced by either Travares Tillman or Yeremiah Bell. Tillman is a career backup who has never been able to hold a starting job despite several golden opportunities in the past. He has also failed miserably when it comes to providing any fantasy value. Bell on the other hand is an unknown commodity. He's a second year pro who has never had an opportunity. If he lands the job it may be worth while to take a flyer on him if you are in dire need or simply have room for a sleeper. Chances are both Tillman and Bell will see a lot of action in week 8 as FS Lance Schulters is also questionable with a quad injury.    

Kansas City Chiefs
The Chiefs have a trio of defensive starters that could miss some time with injuries. Star rookie LB Derrick Johnson has a very sore shoulder that will limit him if it doesn't keep him out all together in week 8. The ripple effect if he misses time would likely be improved numbers for Kendrell Bell. Gary Stills would replace Johnson at left outside linebacker but Bell, who is already playing the right (usually weak) OLB position, would likely take on Johnson's nickel duties. Jared Allen injured his groin against the Dolphins and didn't look very "comfortable" coming off the field. He is questionable but it would be a surprise to see him go. At the very least he is a major risk and will be less than 100%. Carlos Hall would get the start is Allen doesn't play. The third injury concern is Dexter McCleon who also came up lame with a groin problem and is questionable. Eric Warfield actually started in week 7 with McCleon handling the nickel back job. Dewayne Washington would likely step into that role if McCleon sits.    

Green Bay Packers
Dynasty owners need to keep an eye on rookie 4th round pick LB Brady Poppinga. He is a bit raw but the Packers see a lot that they like in him. DC Jim Bates has gone so far as to create a role for him in the dime package. Poppinga took advantage of his limited opportunity with going 2-1-1 on relatively few snaps. He also contributed a tackle and an assist on special teams. He probably won't see a fantasy significant role this season but this kid may have a future as a productive WLB and it could start as soon as next season... To Nick Barnett owners I offer my condolences but unfortunately can offer no explanation for his week 7 vacation. There are no reports of injury or anything else to explain a 0-3-0 from one of the better players at the position. Granted the Vikings offense isn't playing very well and no one should have expected one of his better games, but they did run the ball 19 times to running backs and he should have made a few tackles. What a fickle game this is...     

Minnesota Vikings
The Vikings stuck with a 3-4 base defense for the second straight game and actually looked fairly good against an injury riddled Packers offense. The fantasy implications of this move are far reaching, especially when it comes to defensive line. If you haven't done so already, the time has come to cut your losses with Kevin Williams and any other Vikings lineman you may have. Dynasty owners may want to take a different approach since Mike Tice is probably on his way out and everything could be different come '06, but those of us in redraft leagues need to make better use of our roster space. There are only 6 weeks left and there is no time for patience unless there is reason to believe. 

Houston Texans
C.C. Brown was replaced in the starting lineup last week by Jason Simmons but there is no reason to panic (as an owner in one of my leagues did.. thank you!). There is no reason to think the move is permanent. Brown's limited role was likely due to a bruised knee that limited him in practice last week. He returned to practice this week and is expected to be full speed for week 8.   

Indianapolis Colts
The Colts threw us a curve ball last week with Cato June. First he was fine, then he had a serious hernia and was going for a second opinion, then he was out, and then the he topped the box score with 8 solo tackles. Obviously the problem isn't as bad as the initial reports made it out to be. At any rate, June does have a hernia that will eventually need to be addressed. A lot of players have tried to play with this injury but very few make it through a whole season, especially at linebacker. If you have June play him while you can but be looking for plan B, you could need it at any time. ,

That does it for the week 8 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 Simeon Rice TB at SF 1 MLB Jeremiah Trotter Phi at Den 1 FS Greg Wesley * KC at SD
2 DE Derrick Burgess Oak at Ten ILB Donnie Edwards * SD vs KC SS Adam Archuleta Stl vs Jac
DE Michael Strahan NYG vs Was 3 WLB Keith Bulluck Ten vs Oak SS Gibril Wilson * NYG vs Was
DE Kyle Vanden Bosch Ten vs Oak MLB Kawika Mitchell KC at SD 4 SS Terrence Kiel SD vs KC
5 DE Bert Berry Ari at Dal MLB Antonio Pierce NYG vs Was SS Adrian Wilson Ari at Dal
DE Reggie Hayward Jac at Stl 6 MLB Brian Urlacher Chi at Det 6 SS Mike Brown Chi at Det
7 DE Mike Rucker Car vs Min 7 MLB Zach Thomas Mia at NO 7 SS Michael Lewis Phi at Den
8 DE Orpheus Roye Cle at Hou 8 ILB Andra Davis Cle at Hou 8 SS Sammy Knight KC at SD
9 DE Julius Peppers * Car vs Min 9 MLB Mike Peterson Jac at Stl 9 SS Tony Parrish SF vs TB
10  DE Aaron Schobel Buf at NE 10 MLB Nick Barnett GB at Cin 10  SS Troy Polamalu Pit vs Bal
11 DT John Henderson Jac at Stl 11 MLB London Fletcher Buf at NE 11 SS Josh Bullocks NO vs Mia
12 DE Adewale Ogunleye Chi at Det 12 MLB Danny Clark Oak at Ten 12 SS C.C. Brown * Hou vs Cle
13 DE Charles Grant NO vs Mia 13 SLB Karlos Dansby Ari at Dal 13 FS Lamont Thompson Ten vs Oak
14 DE Jason Taylor * Mia at NO 14 ILB Derek Smith * SF vs TB 14 FS Darren Sharper Min at Car
15 DE Justin Smith Cin vs GB 15 OLB Kendrell Bell ** KC at SD 15 CB Ronde Barber TB at SF
16 DE Leonard Little Stl vs Jac 16 WLB Kirk Morrison Oak at Ten 16 FS Sean Taylor * Was at NYG
17 DE Chike Okeafor Ari at Dal 17 WLB Angelo Crowell Buf at NE 17 SS Roy Williams Dal vs Ari
18 DE KGB GB at Cin 18 MLB Lemar Marshall Was at NYG 18 CB Darrent Williams * Den vs Phi
19 DE Anthony Hargrove Stl vs Jac 19 MLB Odell Thurman Cin vs GB 19 SS James Sanders NE vs Buf
20 DT Cornelius Griffin * Was at NYG 20 ILB Morlon Greenwood Hou vs Cle 20 FS Will Demps Bal at Pit
21 DE Will Smith NO vs Mia 21 WLB Will Witherspoon Car vs Min 21 FS Brian Dawkins Phi at Den
22 DE Osi Umenyiora NYG vs Was 22 ILB Brandon Moore SF vs TB 22 FS Brian Russell Cle at Hou
23 DE James Hall Det vs Chi 23 MLB Bart Scott Bal at Pit 23 FS Mike Adams SF vs TB
24 DE Matt Roth ** Mia at NO 24 SLB Boss Bailey Det vs Chi 24 CB Tory James Cin vs GB
25 DT Richard Seymour * NE vs Buf 25 ILB Sam Cowart Min at Car 25 FS Stuart Schweigert Oak at Ten
26 DT John Browning * KC at SD 26 MLB Brad Kassell Ten vs Oak 26 FS Marcus Coleman Hou vs Cle
27 DE Aaron Smith Pit vs Bal 27 WLB Derrick Brooks TB at SF 27 SS Chris Crocker Cle at Hou
28 DE Aaron Kampman GB at Cin 28 MLB Al Wilson Den at Phi 28 CB Nate Clements Buf at NE
29 DE Antwan Odom Ten vs Oak 29 WLB Ian Gold Den at Phi 29 SS Renaldo Hill Oak at Ten
30 DE Bryant Young SF vs TB 30 SLB Marcus Washington Was at NYG 30 CB Packman Jones Ten vs Oak
31 DE Alex Brown Chi at Det 31 WLB Channing Crowder Mia at NO 31 CB DeMarcus Faggins Hou vs Cle
32 DT Marcus Stroud Jac at Stl 32 ILB James Farrior Pit vs Bal 32 SS Mark Roman GB at Cin
33 DE DeWayne White TB at SF 33 SLB Pisa Tinoisamoa Stl vs Jac 33 FS Kevin Kaesviharn Cin vs GB
34   DT Darwin Walker Phi at Den 34   ILB DaShon Polk Hou vs Cle 34 CB Rashean Mathis Jac at Stl
35 DE Greg Ellis Dal vs Ari 35 MLB Courtney Watson NO vs Mia 35 SS Lawyer Milloy Buf at NE
36 DE Travis LaBoy Ten vs Oak 36   WLB Brian Simmons Cin vs GB 36 CB Ken Lucas Car vs Min
37 NT Pat Williams Min at Car 37 ILB E.J. Henderson Min at Car 37 CB Anthony Henry * Dal vs Ari
38 DE Greg Spires TB at SF 38 WLB Lance Briggs Chi at Det 38 SS Kenoy Kennedy Det vs Chi
39 DT Darnell Dockett Ari at Dal 39   ILB Tedy Bruschi NE vs Buf 39 FS Mike Furry Stl vs Jac
40 DE Jevon Kearse Phi at Den 40 MLB Dan Morgan * Car at Min 40 CB Kenny Wright Jac at Stl
41 DE Terrell Suggs Bal at Pit 41 SLB Derrick Johnson * KC at SD 41 FS Nick Collins * GB at Cin
42 DE Tank Johnson Chi at Det 42 WLB LaVar Arrington Was at NYG 42   CB Antoine Winfield Min at Car
43 DE Ebenezer Ekuban Den vs Phi 43 OLB Julian Peterson * SF vs TB 43 CB Charles Tillman Chi at Det
44 DT Tommy Harris Chi at Det 44 WLB Tommy Polley Bal at Pit 44 CB Corey Ivy Stl vs Jac
45 DT Cullen Jenkins GB at Cin 45 WLB Nick Griesen NYG vs Was 45 CB Fabian Washington Oak at Ten
46 DE Chris Kelsay Buf at NE 46 MLB Shelton Quarles TB at SF 46 CB Andre Woolfolk Ten vs Oak
47 DE Kevin Williams Min at Car 47 OLB Shawn Merriman SD vs KC 47 SS Nick Ferguson * Den vs Phi
48 DE Darren Howard * NO vs Mia 48 WLB Daryl Smith Jac at Stl 48 SS Deke Cooper Jac at Stl
49 DE Ryan Denney Buf at NE 49 OLB Demarcus Ware Dal vs Ari 49 CB Deltha O'Neal Cin vs GB
50 DE Kalimba Edwards * Det vs Chi 50 ILB Randall Godfrey SD vs KC 50 CB Lito Sheppard Phi at Den
51 DT Sam Adams Buf at NE 51 ILB Dat Nguyen * Dal vs Ari 51 CB David Macklin Ari at Dal
52 DT Warren Sapp Oak at Ten 52 ILB Ben Taylor Cle at Hou 52 CB Chris Gamble Car vs Min
53 DE Ryan Pickett Stl vs Jac 53   ILB Bradie James Dal vs Ari 53 CB Fred Smoot Min at Car
54 DE Paul Spicer Jac at Stl 54   WLB Robert Thomas GB at Cin 54 CB Terence Newman Dal vs Ari
55 DT Brentson Buckner Car vs Min 55 OLB Clark Haggans Pit vs Bal 55 FS John Lynch Den vs Phi
56 DE Eric Hicks KC at SD 56 SLB Landon Johnson Cin vs GB 56 SS Corey Chavous Min at Car
57 DE Marques Douglas SF vs TB 57   MLB James Darling Ari at Dal 57 CB Travis Daniels Mia at NO
58 DE ND Kalu Phi at Den 58 WLB Dexter Coakley Stl vs Jac 58 SS Tank Williams Ten vs Oak
59 DE Jared Allen * KC  at SD 59 WLB Keith Adams Phi at Den 59 CB Will Allen NYG vs Was
60   DE Ty Warren NE vs Buf 60 SLB Akinola Ayodele Jac at Stl 60   FS Eugene Wilson NE vs Buf
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