mammy487 Posted February 7, 2006 Share Posted February 7, 2006 http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news;_ylt=AqIxztT_wIS0ljQGkjuUYhWQ2bYF?slug=citadel-2_496279_65&prov=citadel&type=story QB- V9. Mark Brunell - Brunell completed passes for only 70 yards in game 1 without a touchdown, but he then threw for 12 TDs over the next 5 games and averaged nearly 300 yards per game. Mark Brunell was looking like a fantasy stud by the end of week 6 and eventually led the Redskins to the NFL playoffs, but his fantasy numbers fell back to Earth with few TDs and closer to 150 yards per game for his final 10 games. RB-7. Clinton Portis - Portis looked like a potential early bust with no TDs in Washington's first 5 games, but he then put up consistent big yardage and TDs for the rest of the season. Portis finished with a whopping 1732 total yards and 14 touchdowns (one of them a pass). Owners who traded for Portis or decided to stick with him were definitely rewarded with his perseverance down the stretch. WR-3. Santana Moss - Moss and Mark Brunell were often on the same page. But, like Brunell, Moss was somewhat inconsistent for his fantasy owners. On the plus side, he had 3 games of 150+ yards and 2 or more touchdowns...but he also had 10 games with under 100 yards and no touchdowns. When Moss was on, he was a huge hit and gave his owners a most likely win...but he also could be a miss. TE/H-BACK-4. Chris Cooley - Like Heap, Cooley scored 5 of his 7 TDs toward the end (in last 5 games and 3 in game 14). And...also like Heap, Cooley spread his yards and grabs consistently across the season. TE/H-BACK-7. Mike Sellers - Sellers had only three games with over 4 yards (7, 21, and 26), but scored in games 3, 4, 6(2), 9, 14, and 16. I cant disagree with very much on this one! Except Portis could/should be up a bit higher... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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