1qb Jon Kitna hes got alots off weapons on that team
2at rb hmmmm Domanick Davis well have a big year this i think
3wr braylon edwards go blue
4te Kellen Winslow
5def the detroit lions picking Ernie Sims was the best pick the lions did in years and don t forget Daniel Bullocks
don t have a sleeper kicker
rb-dominc rhodes-finally gets chance to break out
wr-antwan randle-el-will get more catches in washington
te-todd heap-will be healthy this season
I think your picks may be good, I would add Drew Bledsoe, people will underrate him because of his age, but getting TO can't hurt.
1. QB Jon Kitna -- If he wins the job, he'll be running a Mike Martz-offense with a stockpile of potentially-great receivers.
2. RB Clinton Portis -- Sure, he'll be drafted in the top 5 just about everywhere, but I suspect -- with the Al Saunders offense that guided Priest Holmes and Larry Johnson in Washington -- he could be the top performing RB in 2006.
3. WR Mark Clayton -- With a steady QB in Steve McNair in Baltimore, Clayton is about ready to break out. Yes, McNair will find his old buddy Derrick Mason more often than Clayton, but there should be plenty of opportunities.
4. TE Vernon Davis -- He's got a lot of hype around him, but I expect he won't be drafted too high. He might end up being the most steady receiving option in San Francisco.
5. DEF Cincinnati -- They had the most interceptions in the league last year. Now, they seem to have bolstered the middle of their defensive line, and they may cut down on the scoring significantly.
6. K Jason Hansen -- Again, Mike Martz offense. He's been a steady kicker for a while, but now he should have more opportunities inside the 20.
1. Derrick Mason
2. Mark Brunell
3. Drew Bledsoe
4. Tatum Bell
5. Chris Brown
6. Wille Parker
7. Kansas City Defense
8. Vernon Davis
9. Matt Scuhab (If or when Vick gets hurt he's gold)
10. Lamont Jordan