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CBS SportsLine's Top 100

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1 LaDainian Tomlinson, RB, San Diego

2 Larry Johnson, RB, Kansas City

3 Steven Jackson, RB, St. Louis

4 Frank Gore, RB, San Francisco

5 Shaun Alexander, RB, Seattle

6 Willie Parker, RB, Pittsburgh

7 Brian Westbrook, RB, Philadelphia

8 Rudi Johnson, RB, Cincinnati

9 Peyton Manning, QB, Indianapolis

10 Maurice Jones-Drew, RB, Jacksonville

11 Drew Brees, QB, New Orleans

12 Reggie Bush, RB, New Orleans

13 Ronnie Brown, RB, Miami

14 Joseph Addai, RB, Indianapolis

15 Carson Palmer, QB, Cincinnati

16 Clinton Portis, RB, Washington

17 Chester Taylor, RB, Minnesota

18 Deuce McAllister, RB, New Orleans

19 Marvin Harrison, WR, Indianapolis

20 Willis McGahee, RB, Buffalo

21 Torry Holt, WR, St. Louis

22 Chad Johnson, WR, Cincinnati

23 Edgerrin James, RB, Arizona

24 Travis Henry, RB, Tennessee

25 Steve Smith, WR, Carolina

26 Terrell Owens, WR, Dallas

27 Jamal Lewis, RB, Baltimore

28 Reggie Wayne, WR, Indianapolis

29 T.J. Houshmandzadeh, WR, Cincinnati

30 Laurence Maroney, RB, New England

31 Roy Williams, WR, Detroit

32 Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Arizona

33 Cedric Benson, RB, Chicago

34 Kevin Jones, RB, Detroit

35 Antonio Gates, TE, San Diego

36 Marc Bulger, QB, St. Louis

37 Javon Walker, WR, Denver

38 Anquan Boldin, WR, Arizona

39 Cadillac Williams, RB, Tampa Bay

40 Plaxico Burress, WR, N.Y. Giants

41 Tom Brady, QB, New England

42 Michael Vick, QB, Atlanta

43 Marion Barber, RB, Dallas

44 Vince Young, QB, Tennessee

45 Warrick Dunn, RB, Atlanta

46 Andre Johnson, WR, Houston

47 Tony Gonzalez, TE, Kansas City

48 Donald Driver, WR, Green Bay

49 Darrell Jackson, WR, Seattle

50 Matt Hasselbeck, QB, Seattle

51 Donovan McNabb, QB, Philadelphia

52 Mike Bell, RB, Denver

53 Lee Evans, WR, Buffalo

54 Marques Colston, WR, New Orleans

55 Donte Stallworth, WR, Philadelphia

56 Brandon Jacobs, RB, N.Y. Giants

57 Hines Ward, WR, Pittsburgh

58 Laveranues Coles, WR, N.Y. Jets

59 Ahman Green, RB, Green Bay

60 DeAngelo Williams, RB, Carolina

61 Mark Clayton, WR, Baltimore

62 Chris Chambers, WR, Miami

63 Jeremy Shockey, TE, N.Y. Giants

64 LaMont Jordan, RB, Oakland

65 Reggie Brown, WR, Philadelphia

66 Corey Dillon, RB, New England

67 Matt Leinart, QB, Arizona

68 Randy Moss, WR, Oakland

69 Todd Heap, TE, Baltimore

70 Fred Taylor, RB, Jacksonville

71 Terry Glenn, WR, Dallas

72 Jay Cutler, QB, Denver

73 Michael Turner, RB, San Diego

74 Santana Moss, WR, Washington

75 Chris Cooley, TE, Washington

76 Tony Romo, QB, Dallas

77 Leon Washington, RB, N.Y. Jets

78 Tatum Bell, RB, Denver

79 Thomas Jones, RB, Chicago

80 Jerricho Cotchery, WR, N.Y. Jets

81 Chris Cooley, TE, Washington

82 Brett Favre, QB, Green Bay

83 Julius Jones, RB, Dallas

84 Kellen Winslow, TE, Cleveland

85 Ravens DST

86 Vincent Jackson, WR, San Diego

87 DeShaun Foster, RB, Carolina

88 Reuben Droughns, RB, Cleveland

89 Braylon Edwards, WR, Cleveland

90 Alge Crumpler, TE, Atlanta

91 Jon Kitna, QB, Detroit

92 Jerious Norwood, RB, Atlanta

93 Philip Rivers, QB, San Diego

94 Ben Roethlisberger, QB, Pittsburgh

95 Cedric Houston, RB, N.Y. Jets

96 Bears DST

97 Eli Manning, QB, N.Y. Giants

98 Ladell Betts, RB, Washington

99 Chris Henry, WR, Cincinnati

100 Vernon Davis, TE, San Francisco

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I'd like to get Portis(16) in the 2nd round.

 

TJHoush #7 and Donald Driver the #14 WR? Even with Rodgers playing that's too low.

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33 Cedric Benson, RB, Chicago

79 Thomas Jones, RB, Chicago :D

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33 Cedric Benson, RB, Chicago

79 Thomas Jones, RB, Chicago :D

 

 

 

or

 

43 Marion Barber

83 Julius Jones

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I'm confused. How come the Vikings passing offense isn't represented here? No QB or WRs? :D

 

:D

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Here's the top 10 QB:

 

1 9 Peyton Manning

2 11 Drew Brees

3 15 Carson Palmer

4 16 Clinton Portis

5 36 Marc Bulger

6 41 Tom Brady

7 42 Michael Vick

8 44 Vince Young

9 50 Matt Hasselbeck

10 51 Donovan McNabb

 

 

Unless they are somehow counting on another midseason injury, how in the HE!! is McNabb 10th....he was the 9th best QB in my league this year....

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Here's the top 10 QB:

 

1 9 Peyton Manning

2 11 Drew Brees

3 15 Carson Palmer

4 16 Clinton Portis

5 36 Marc Bulger

6 41 Tom Brady

7 42 Michael Vick

8 44 Vince Young

9 50 Matt Hasselbeck

10 51 Donovan McNabb

Unless they are somehow counting on another midseason injury, how in the HE!! is McNabb 10th....he was the 9th best QB in my league this year....

 

 

Guess the Jason Campbell experiment is over??? :D

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Here's the top 10 QB:

 

1 9 Peyton Manning

2 11 Drew Brees

3 15 Carson Palmer

4 16 Clinton Portis

5 36 Marc Bulger

6 41 Tom Brady

7 42 Michael Vick

8 44 Vince Young

9 50 Matt Hasselbeck

10 51 Donovan McNabb

Unless they are somehow counting on another midseason injury, how in the HE!! is McNabb 10th....he was the 9th best QB in my league this year....

 

 

May not be ready to start the season.

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I'm confused. How come the Vikings passing offense isn't represented here? No QB or WRs? :D

 

I'm confused as to why you're confused.

 

I also like the idea of getting SA relatively "cheap" in our auction next year vs LT, who I'd love to get but will be wayyyy overpriced.

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I'm confused as to why you're confused.

 

I also like the idea of getting SA relatively "cheap" in our auction next year vs LT, who I'd love to get but will be wayyyy overpriced.

 

 

Better take your sarcasm meter in to the garage for a tune up. :D

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Guess the Jason Campbell experiment is over??? :D

 

 

 

Ok, maybe 9th .... so he ties this years place, which he did in 9 games

 

At least showing Brian Westbrook some respect finally, to go along with his deserved pro bowl....oh wait

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Not sure who I'd rank #1 for receivers but I don't think it'd be Harrison.

 

 

Had same thought. Think I'd have to go CJ myself, but I'd defintiely put even Wayne above Harrison at this point.

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61 Mark Clayton, WR, Baltimore

62 Chris Chambers, WR, Miami

63 Jeremy Shockey, TE, N.Y. Giants

64 LaMont Jordan, RB, Oakland

 

Looks like Chris has dropped a hair.

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Ok, maybe 9th .... so he ties this years place, which he did in 9 games

 

 

...and he played 9 games last year and 10 games in 2002.

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maybe it's just me, but i never like to jump on guys too early after they had career years the previous season, e.g. alexander in this year's drafts. brees just had his career year. i think he'll disappoint owners next year who grab him as the #2 QB, as i can see several of the top 10 guys putting up equal or better numbers, and even some guys sneaking in to be 2007's brees.

 

believe it or not, i have high hopes for alex smith. vernon davis will be a year more mature and is an absolute beast of a target, gore is a legit stud threat at RB, and SF has to, HAS to, improve that OL and at WR1 (with bryant and battle making solid WR2 and WR3). smith is one early candidate to be next year's brees, IMO.

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Here's the top 10 QB:

 

1 9 Peyton Manning

2 11 Drew Brees

3 15 Carson Palmer

4 16 Clinton Portis

5 36 Marc Bulger

6 41 Tom Brady

7 42 Michael Vick

8 44 Vince Young

9 50 Matt Hasselbeck

10 51 Donovan McNabb

Unless they are somehow counting on another midseason injury, how in the HE!! is McNabb 10th....he was the 9th best QB in my league this year....

 

 

i'll be happy to get Rivers as my QB after all these guys. LT won't be going for 30+ TDs next year and that'll translate into more passing TDs for Rivers.

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Is there an injunction being filed against the 2007 NFL draft, or did CBS just happen to forget the rookies, or did they think not one rookie would finish in the top 100, or did they simply not have the balls to try to place even one rookie?

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Is there an injunction being filed against the 2007 NFL draft, or did CBS just happen to forget the rookies, or did they think not one rookie would finish in the top 100, or did they simply not have the balls to try to place even one rookie?

 

What did you expect from CBS Sportsline...

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What did you expect from CBS Sportsline...

 

 

A kicker in the top 10.

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A kicker in the top 10.

 

 

:D

 

i'll never forget when dan marino took -- wait for it, wait for it -- mike vanderjagt in the first round of a cbs "celebrity expert" draft back in the day...

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39 Cadillac Williams, RB, Tampa Bay

Forget Madden...isn't this "The Curse of The Huddle Fantasy Football Handbook?"

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