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ETB’s NFL Week Four Crystal Ball

September 29, 2007

We’re all about daring predictions here at ETB. We love analyzing and second-guessing other people’s picks, but we also enjoy putting ourselves on the line as well. That’s why in the days leading up to Sunday every week we’ll be gazing into our crystal ball and both of us will post the ten predictions our meditations generate.

Not all of them will come true, but when they do we’re going to be bragging about them. Repeatedly. And when they don’t, you’ll have to let us know about it because we won’t be bringing it up. In no particular order, it’s ETB’s NFL Week 4 Crystal Ball.

Marshawn will wreck the Jets

Andrew’s Predictions:

1. I don’t care if the Jets stack eight men in the box all day. Marshawn Lynch is going to be the focal point of the Bills offense and he’s going to have a huge day on Sunday, a coming out party to be noticed by the national media. Opponents are rushing for 121 yards and scoring 27 points a game versus these softies, and the rock-solid Lynch is going to churn out 130 hard-fought yards and a pair of touchdowns.

2. This is no knock on Steven Jackson, we’re fans here at ETB and understand he hasn’t been working under ideal conditions. That said, in his first game as a starter rookie Brian Leonard will come out and post more fantasy points than Jackson has in any game this season. He’s a tough kid with good quickness who should be very active in the passing game and he’s the unquestioned goal-line back. Something in the neighborhood of 90 total yards and a score sounds right.

3. The Bears secondary will be without Nathan Vasher, Mike Brown and Charles Tillman and the defensive line will be missing Tommie “Gun” Harris. Safety Adam Archuleta will also be playing with a broken hand. With seventh-rounder Trumaine McBride and Ricky Manning Jr as the starting cornerbacks, the Lions come out and hang 350 passing yards and 3 TDs on Chicago.

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4 CommentsPosted by Andrew Thell and Brian Spencer on Sep. 29, 2007 at 7:29pm in NFL, NFL Fantasy News

Fantasy Football: Week Four Cheat Sheet

September 28, 2007

Marshawn gets ready to strap it on and abuse the Jets

Plugging the studs at running back, quarterback and wide receiver into your starting lineup is easy, but fantasy championships are won with the smart decisions on fringe starters every week. We agonize over these spots until 5 minutes before kickoff, then kick ourselves about our choices 5 minutes after kickoff; we’re talking about the RB2, WR3, WR/TE Flex, and WR/RB Flex plays.

Unless you’re prepared to carefully groom the fringes of your roster–both in the draft and through waivers–and make the right decisions with those players occupying tertiary roles every week, your team will underwhelm. These decisions are rarely easy or clear-cut, but fortunately there’s a ton of info out there at your disposal to help you settle on the players you’re most comfortable with. If you’re right, you deserve to win. If you’re wrong, well, you wasted all kinds of time.

Every week for the 2007 NFL season, in addition to players by position in our Matchups and our Rankings, we’ll also the guys likely causing you some consternation, and give you a quick thought on what to expect from each one. Unlike the Rankings, these names are not drawn from the entire player pool.

It’s Week Four of Empty the Bench’s Fantasy Football Cheat Sheet.

Week Four Rankings

Now that Rexy is gone, Bernard Berrian might produce

Week Four Wide Receiver #3 Ranks

1. Deion Branch, Seattle Seahawks @ SF
2. Bernard Berrian, Chicago Bears @ DET
3. Wes Welker, New England Patriots @ CIN
4. Nate Burleson, Seattle Seahawks @ SF
5. Brandon Marshall, Denver Broncos @ IND
6. Santonio Holmes, Pittsburgh Steelers @ ARZ
7. Ronald Curry, Oakland Raiders @ MIA
8. Jerricho Cotchery, New York Jets @ BUF
9. Derrick Mason, Baltimore Ravens @ CLE
10. Vincent Jackson, San Diego Chargers vs. KC

Fortune Cookies: He’s no household name, but the ‘Niners are hurting from the loss of Manny Lawson, and Deion Branch will prove it… The Lions secondary can be exploited–no secret there–and Bernard Berrian figures to benefit from the change at quarterback… There could be a lot of points on the board in Monday night’s Patriots/Bengals clash, and Wes Welker should at least reach his season averages of 6.6 receptions and 73.6 yards… After his disappearing act in ’06, Nate Burleson is getting back in the groove and has scored two weeks straight… Javon Walker is hobbled, Denver will need to throw, and we don’t think the smallish Indy corners can hold Brandon Marshall out of the endzone if he’s the #1 guy and they get inside the 20… It doesn’t look like Hines Ward will play this week, which makes Santonio Holmes the top target for Big Ben down the field… Ronald Curry has a nose for the endzone and is coming off a strong effort against the Browns… Just about any decent WR2 should excel against the Buffalo Bills, who are fielding the worst secondary in the NFL; it’s Jerricho Cotchery‘s turn this week… Despite the unclear situation behind center in Baltimore, 11-year vet Derrick Mason has been a very pleasant surprise in catching 23 balls for 209 yards and a touch… Philip Rivers looked better against the Pack last week, and Vincent Jackson benefited from it to the tune of 6 receptions, 98 yards, and a visit to the endzone…

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No CommentsPosted by Andrew Thell and Brian Spencer on Sep. 28, 2007 at 9:15am in Fantasy Rankings, NFL, NFL Fantasy News

Fantasy Football: Week 4 Positional Rankings

September 27, 2007

ETB’s bonafide fantasy pros are here to help alleviate your starting roster stress. Every week during the fantasy football season we’ll rank the top 20 quarterbacks, 25 running backs, 25 wide receivers, 15 tight ends and 15 team defenses based on past performance, news and developments, situations, and matchups. No two sets of experts will agree and you’re going to see a lot of conflicting ranks out there, but by now you know there’s only a select few you can truly rely on. We’d like to think we’re one of ‘em. In all their glory, ETB’s Week 4 Fantasy Rankings… apologies, kickers are dead to us.

More Week 4 Fantasy Advice:

Week Four Matchups

Week Four Stock Report

Fantasy Week 4: Top 20 Quarterbacks

Romo Knows Rock

1. Tom Brady, New England @ CIN
2. Tony Romo, Dallas vs. STL
3. Donovan McNabb, Philadelphia @ NYG
4. Carson Palmer, Cincinnati vs. NE
5. Peyton Manning, Indianapolis vs. DEN
6. Jon Kitna, Detroit vs. CHI
7. Brett Favre, Green Bay @ MIN
8. Eli Manning, New York Giants vs. PHI
9. Marc Bulger, St. Louis @ DAL
10. Philip Rivers, San Diego vs. KC
11. Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh @ ARZ
12. Matt Hasselbeck, Seattle @ SF
13. Chad Pennington, New York Jets @ BUF
14. Jay Cutler, Denver @ IND
15. Trent Green, Miami vs. OAK
16. Jeff Garcia, Tampa Bay @ CAR
17. Matt Schaub, Houston @ ATL
18. Brian Griese, Chicago @ DET
19. Alex Smith, San Francisco vs. SEA
20. Derek Anderson, Cleveland vs. BAL

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2 CommentsPosted by Andrew Thell and Brian Spencer on Sep. 27, 2007 at 7:24pm in Fantasy Rankings, NFL, NFL Fantasy News

Fantasy Football: Week Four Quick Hits

September 27, 2007

Grossman Drops the Ball

- The big news around the NFL is a change at QB for last season’s NFC Super Bowl representative. Rex Grossman is out, Brian Griese is in. It was a move that had to happen: Lovie Smith couldn’t continue to let Grossman throw away games the defense was giving them a chance to win. As badly as they wanted to show faith in Rex and consider him their long-term quarterback, the results just were not there. His 1 TD and 6 INTs with a QB rating of 45.2 is probably one of the ugliest lines you will ever see.

Brian Griese should be a much more steady QB who’s capable of just managing games and not turning it over. Don’t expect too much though. With the exception of some decent games in Tampa Bay in 2004, he really hasn’t played well since that run in 2000-01 when he made his name as the Denver quarterback. Griese’s not a grat playmaker by any stretch of the imagination, but he’s certainly more accurate and less turnover prone than Grossman.

As far as the fantasy implications, this should be a good thing for most of the Bears offensive players. If nothing else, they’ll be on the field more with fewer turnovers. Bernard Berrian and Greg Olsen owners should feel comfortable starting their guys against poor secondaries. Cedric Benson figures to carry even more of the load, if he’s capable of doing so, and perhaps opposing teams won’t stack the box and dare the Bears to throw quite as often.

- A lot of people have wondered if Reggie Bush could ever be a featured running back in the NFL, and they should have their answer very soon. Deuce McAllister’s torn ACL will sideline him for the season, and the rest of his career is in jeopardy after suffering the same injury in his other knee a few weeks into 2005. On Monday night Bush did manage to punch in a few goal-line carries, so it’s likely he’ll remain the every-down back and be only briefly spelled by Aaron Stecker. No matter how you cut it, it’s good news for Bush’s fantasy stock. His yards per carry will proably take a hit (if it’s possible for such a fast man to be worse than his 3.5 career YPC and 2.8 YPC in 2007), but he’ll be on the field all day and he’s always a threat to make huge plays. The Saints will probably be more active in the passing game as well, and that’s where Bush can really excel in a similar fashion to Brian Westbrook. He should be among the NFL leaders in receptions as the year wears on.

- Raise your hand if you predicted the Chicago Bears Defense could be considered an expendable fantasy commodity by Week 5. Taken on average in Yahoo! fantasy drafts early in the fifth round, the Bears D has been hit harder by injuries than perhaps any other unit in the NFL, and their fantasy points production has severely suffered. Starting safety Mike Brown and defensive tackle Dusty Dvoracek are on the IR, and CBs Nathan Vasher and Charles Tillman are already banged up and missing time; the same goes for DT Tommie Harris. It’s still early, but in ETB’s fantasy league the Bears D has earned less points than such defensive powerhouses as the Lions, Chiefs, Cowboys, and Titans. Another reason why we prefer not to waste a draft pick in the first 12 rounds on a Team D.

- We’re getting the impression here at ETB that a couple of injuries to starting running backs–Ahman Green and Steven Jackson–are more serious than their teams are letting on. It came out today that Steven Jackson has a 40 percent tear of his groin, which means that two weeks is the absolute minimun he will miss and it’s far more likely that he’ll be out for around five weeks. Brian Leonard looked fantastic in the preseason, making impressive plays all over the field. Of course, he’s a must add in every league and the second-round pick from Rutgers is a strong RB3 while Jackson is sidelined. Keep in mind what the more talented Steven Jackson did in this St. Louis offensive quagmire though.

Meanwhile, Ahman Green isn’t expected to contibute at all this weekend. An MRI didn’t reveal any major damage, and Green has said, “It’s nothing bad. Just swelling. I’m taking it one day at a time.” We’re not convinced. It just sounds like one of those “minor” injuries to a load-bearing joint that players at the tail end of their career suffer and never fully recover from. Ron Dayne becomes a nice RB3 option against the struggling Falcons rush defense this week, and would have nice long-term value if the knee injury ends up being as serious as we fear.

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8 CommentsPosted by Andrew Thell and Brian Spencer on Sep. 27, 2007 at 1:42pm in NFL, NFL Fantasy News

Fantasy Football: Week Four Matchups

September 26, 2007

Thumbs up for T.O. and the Cowboys this week

Bye weeks are upon us, which makes reading up on who to start, who to bench and who to plug in for spot starts that much more important. To aid your noble quest for a title, every week during the 2007 NFL season we’ll examine a few key fantasy matchups at all the positions that matter (sorry, no kickers allowed). For each roster spot we’ll spell out our Five Strong Plays, a few players to Temper Your Expectations for, one Sneaky Play of the Week, and one Dud of the Week.

These are not always the guys we think will score the most points or score the least points: there will always be obvious situations and choices we ignore. These also aren’t all sneaky plays. These are just the matchups that we feel deserve mention*.

Make sure to check back on these matchups the following week to see how each one of our picks actually fared. That way you can either marvel at the brilliance of ETB (likely) or chuckle at our incompetence (very unlikely).

Good luck. Do us proud.

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11 CommentsPosted by Andrew Thell and Brian Spencer on Sep. 26, 2007 at 12:33pm in NFL, NFL Fantasy News

Fantasy Football: Week Four Stock Report

September 25, 2007


McNabb finally produced

Playing fantasy sports and playing the stock market have a lot in common. In both you need to keep your finger on the pulse of the market and always try to know when to buy low and to sell high. You never want to pay more than market value, and getting in early on an emerging talent can absolutely make your portfolio… or in this case, your fantasy roster. With that philosophy in mind, ETB sorts through Week Three results and takes a look at a few of the players who’ve experienced significant gains and losses in their value.

Big Gainers:

Donovan McNabb, QB, Philadelphia Eagles: It took Carson Palmer a couple of weeks to round back into form after undergoing a similar proceedure last season, so hopefully McNabb’s near-flawless day against the Lions isn’t just a fluke but evidence that he’s starting to get comfortable with his surgerically repaired knee. Even if the embattled Iggles field general only performs against weak secondaries, he’ll face plenty of ‘em with the Giants on the docket this week and dates with the Jets, Vikings, Cowboys (twice), Saints, and NYG again on the horizon. Right now, it looks safe to start him without much consternation.

Kevin Curtis, WR, Philadelphia Eagles: The emergence of McNabb did wonders for Curtis’ stock this weekend, which was as low as it’ll be all season coming into his effortless 11 receptions, 221 yards, 3 TD showcase against the Lions. He’s clearly a superior talent to Reggie Brown, and McNabb has noticed. Curtis is a gritty player with good wheels who’s as comfortable burning guys deep as he is making tough catches over the middle, which means he should stay consistent if given enough looks.

Kevin Jones, RB, Detroit Lions: Jones has reported no ill effects from his limited action Sunday, and appears poised to go full tilt for the remainder of the season. He’s a dynomite flex play right now, and should approach strong RB2 status as the year progresses. This is the last week you’ll be able to buy low.

Ronnie Brown, RB, Miami Dolphins: In the days leading up to Sunday, HC Cam Cameron said they needed to run more and get Ronnie Brown more involved. Mission accomplished. Brown was the clear focal point of the offense and he proved he’s capable of carrying the load. Meanwhile, his fellow RBBC Chatman didn’t get a single touch. That’s fantastic news for Brown owners everywhere.

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2 CommentsPosted by Andrew Thell and Brian Spencer on Sep. 25, 2007 at 10:19am in ETB Articles, NFL, NFL Fantasy News

ETB’s Week Three NFL Sunday Hangover

September 24, 2007

Favre tied Marino in the history books

- Coming from lifelong Vikings and Lions fans, future Hall-of-Famer Brett Favre has been nothing but a thorn in our sides these past 15 years. Still, we have to give credit where credit is due and congratulate Mr. Favre on not only leading his team to a huge home win against the Chargers, but also for tying Dan Marino’s record for most career TD passes (420). He’ll break it next week against the Vikings, and has a chance to help his team get off to a 4-0 start and establish themselves as the class of the increasingly competitive NFC North… if they haven’t already.

A non-call on what looked like pass interference on an early Packers’ 4th and 2 play threatened to turn the tide towards the San Diego, but Favre, Donald Driver, and that defense didn’t blink an eye. Favre’s ascension back into fantasy relevance is real, finishing 28-45 for 369 yards, 3 TDs, and 0 INTs against a very good Chargers defense. This team doesn’t have much of a rushing attack (42 total yards Sunday) and figures to air it out plenty from here on out. The return of WR Greg Jennings (4 catches, 82 yards, 1 TD) and continued development of rookie WR James Jones makes this team that much deadlier.

- It’s not difficult to see why Donald Driver is consistently Brett Favre’s favorite target. After taking a vicious hit in the first half that knocked his helmet off, Driver just got back up, kept his mouth shut, and kept doing what he does: running crisp routes over the middle, getting open on the outside and making catches in traffic. He’s a real pro: keeps himself in great shape, has a consistently good attitude, and has a tremendous work ethic, all of which make him one of the most consistent wideouts in football. 6 receptions, 126 yards and a TD. Another day at the office for Driver.

- Vincent Jackson finally caught his first TD of the season on a nice fade route for a 27-yard score. It’s the kind of catch we expect Jackson to make a lot more of–in the endzone with a defender draped on him. This is a big, physical guy with good hands, and he should top last season’s 6 TD total. Stick with him. The Chargers have played three of the best defenses in football so far this season (vs. CHI, @ NE and @ GB). Things will get better.

- We were worried about Philip Rivers heading into Lambeau this week, but he acquitted himself nicely. Rivers started the day 15-for-15 and would have been perfect going into the half if he hadn’t wisely thrown a ball away under pressure. He completed 75% of his passes for 306 yards and 3 TDs, and now the Chargers schedule lightens up a bit. It’s still one of the toughest dockets in football though.

- Laurence Maroney and Steven Jackson owners are still waiting on their hosses first scores of the season. Maroney finally put together some solid yardage on the ground (103 with a 5.4 YPC), but Bill Belichick again gave Sammy Morris the goal line TD, tried to give one to Tom Brady (he fumbled) and tried to give another to Heath “F’ing” Evans. Almost the same story with Jackson: 133 combined yards, but a poor 3.8 YPC. Both will be making an appearance in tomorrow’s Stock Report for various reasons.

- He was solid in rushing for exactly 100 yards on 21 carries, but the Seahawks’ Shaun Alexander is just not a very exciting player anymore. Maybe it’s the offensive line or maybe he’s still working his way back into form after last year’s broken foot, but there’s just not much explosion or elusiveness there and he never feels like a threat to break one for 40+ yards. Seattle faces some tough rushing defenses in the coming weeks, so now might be a good time to float some offers and try to get a good return. Then again, he does get the Saints, Rams, and Browns in successive weeks after road games in San Francisco and Pittsburgh.

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No CommentsPosted by Andrew Thell and Brian Spencer on Sep. 24, 2007 at 11:46am in NFL, NFL Fantasy News

ETB’s NFL Week Three Crystal Ball

September 22, 2007

We’re all about daring predictions here at ETB. We love analyzing and second-guessing other people’s picks, but we also enjoy putting ourselves on the line as well. That’s why in the days leading up to Sunday every week we’ll be gazing into our crystal ball and both of us will post the ten predictions our meditations generate.

Not all of them will come true, but when they do we’re going to be bragging about them. Repeatedly. And when they don’t, you’ll have to let us know about it because we won’t be bringing it up. In no particular order, it’s ETB’s NFL Week 3 Crystal Ball.

Bush owners will flip if he finally scores

Brian’s Predictions:

1. This is the week that a few projected fantasy studs who’ve underwhelmed finally break out with some noteworthy production. In his infinite kindness, Bill Belichick ensures Laurence Maroney finds the endzone, Reggie Bush puts up solid YAC and catches about seven passes, and Donovan McNabb throws for over 225 yards and 2 TDs.

2. Is it finally okay, followers of the Detroit Lions, to call yourself “a Lions fan” in public without slumping your shoulders and hanging your head in shame? Fresh cornbread will be served piping hot Monday morning after the Leos move their record to 3-0 with a gutty road win in Philadelphia thanks to a late fourth-quarter TD by Roy Williams.

3. Perennial ETB favorite Chad Johnson (isn’t he one of everybody’s favorites?) is off to one helluva start to his ’07 campaign with 16 catches, 304 yards, and 3 TDs. After only reaching the Promised Land seven times all of last season, Johnson keeps up his incredible pace with another score in Seattle.

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No CommentsPosted by Andrew Thell and Brian Spencer on Sep. 22, 2007 at 9:28am in NFL, NFL Fantasy News

Fantasy Football: Week Three Cheat Sheet

September 21, 2007

Where do we rank last week's fantasy breakout Jamal Lewis?

Plugging the studs at running back, quarterback and wide receiver into your starting lineup is easy, but fantasy championships are won with the smart decisions on fringe starters every week. We agonize over these spots until 5 minutes before kickoff, then kick ourselves about our choices 5 minutes after kickoff; we’re talking about the RB2, WR3, WR/TE Flex, and WR/RB Flex plays.

Unless you’re prepared to carefully groom the fringes of your roster–both in the draft and through waivers–and make the right decisions with those players occupying tertiary roles every week, your team will underwhelm. These decisions are rarely easy or clear-cut, but fortunately there’s a ton of info out there at your disposal to help you settle on the players you’re most comfortable with. If you’re right, you deserve to win. If you’re wrong, well, tough nuggets.

Every week for the 2007 NFL season, in addition to listing individual players in our Matchups and our Rankings, we’ll also do our best to rank the guys who are likely causing you some consternation, and give you a quick thought on what to expect from each one. Unlike the Rankings, these names are not drawn from the entire player pool.

Not sure if you should go with Calvin Johnson or Wes Welker? Tossing and turning over whether to start Clinton Portis or Adrian Peterson? We’re here to help. It’s Week Three of ETB’s Fantasy Football Cheat Sheet.

Week 3 Rankings

Calvin Johnson stands alone as the best rookie WR thus far

Week 3 Wide Receiver #3 Ranks

1. Deion Branch, Seattle Seahawks vs. CIN
2. Calvin Johnson, Detroit Lions @ PHI
3. Wes Welker, New England Patriots vs. BUF
4. Santonio Holmes, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. SF
5. Ronald Curry, Oakland Raiders vs. CLE
6. Jerricho Cotchery, New York Jets vs. MIA
7. Bernard Berrian, Chicago Bears vs. DAL
8. Vincent Jackson, San Diego Chargers @ GB
9. Jason Avant, Philadelphia Eagles vs. DET
10. Roydell Williams, Tennessee Titans @ NO and Shaun McDonald, Detroit Lions @ PHI (TIE)

Fortune Cookies: He was probably drafted to fill your roster’s WR2 slot, but despite his strong rebound performance last week, Deion Branch remains a weak option there but a strong WR3 against Cincinnati… As we mentioned repeatedly in our Week 3 Matchups, the Bills secondary is one of the league’s worst and Wes Welker will be active over the middle… Lions rookie WR Calvin Johnson will be a strong WR2 before too long; right now, he’s a weekly threat for 75 yards and a score… Monster game last week for Jerricho Cotchery: 7 catches and 165 yards, but no score. He won’t get that yardage against Miami, but he may get his first TD of ’07… The Raiders are going to ride the LaMont Jordan train all day against the porous Browns defense, but there’ll be enough scraps left over for Ronald CurryBernard Berrian has WR2 talent, but unfortunately his QB only has Pop Warner skills. Still, this is a very beatable Cowboys secondary… Despite his slow start, Chargers HC Norv Turner is pleased with Vincent Jackson and thinks he’s doing just fine. We do too, and expect him to have a solid game against a good Packers secondary… Jason Avant has been the only reliable target for the uneven Donovan McNabb thus far, and should excel in the slot against a Lions secondary with little depth… We’re putting ourselves on the line by ranking Roydell Williams here despite only one week of real production. Don’t let us down against the generous Saints secondary, buddy… Regular ETB reader Judd has the over/under on Shaun McDonald receptions against Philly at 5.5; he’s averaged 6.5 (and 80 yards) so far…

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No CommentsPosted by Andrew Thell and Brian Spencer on Sep. 21, 2007 at 12:41pm in NFL, NFL Fantasy News

Fantasy Football: Week 3 Positional Rankings

September 21, 2007

Taught him everything he knows

Setting your weekly lineup in fantasy football is perhaps the most stressful experience of your week. If you make the right calls, it can also be one of the most rewarding. If you make the wrong decisions, you’re not going to have a good Monday. Let the experts at ETB alleviate some of that pressure.

From here on out, for every week of the fantasy football season we’ll rank the top 20 quarterbacks, 25 running backs, 25 wide receivers, 15 tight ends and 15 team defenses based on past performance, news and developments, situation and matchup. No two sets of experts will agree and you’re going to see a lot of conflicting ranks out there. But of course you know that, which is why you read 10 sets of rankings every week and change your lineup each time. Get ready to change it again… and sorry, we don’t do kickers.

Also check out:

Week Three Matchups

Week Three Stock Report

Fantasy Week 3: Top 20 Quarterbacks

1. Tom Brady, New England vs. BUF
2. Peyton Manning, Indianapolis @ HOU
3. Carson Palmer, Cincinnati @ SEA
4. Matt Hasselbeck, Seattle vs. CIN
5. Jon Kitna, Detroit @ PHI
6. Marc Bulger, St. Louis @ TB
7. Donovan McNabb, Philadelphia vs. DET
8. Vince Young, Tennessee @ NO
9. Drew Brees, New Orleans vs. TEN
10. Jake Delhomme, Carolina @ ATL
11. Eli Manning, New York Giants @ WSH
12. Jason Campbell, Washington vs. NYG
13. Tony Romo, Dallas @ CHI
14. Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh vs. SF
15. Josh McCown, Oakland vs. CLE
16. Jay Cutler, Denver vs. JAX
17. Jeff Garcia, Tampa Bay vs. STL
18. Brett Favre, Green Bay vs. SD
19. Philip Rivers, San Diego @ GB
20. Trent Green, Miami @ NYJ

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5 CommentsPosted by Andrew Thell and Brian Spencer on Sep. 21, 2007 at 8:01am in Fantasy Rankings, NFL, NFL Fantasy News

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