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Rotobahn Player Universe 4.0

Rotobahn Player Universe 4.0

A new Universe with fresh ADP (UPDATED 9/4)
By: Pete Davidson : August 29, 2013 1:18am

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Welcome to the final version of the preseason Player Universe. As always, I will keep updating this as more news come in. I’ll have fresh cheat sheets up shortly in all the usual formats. You can find those here. If you are looking for clarity at the running back position, please check out my 32 Backfields article where I break down all the starters and handcuff options from all 32 NFL backfields.  

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There’s been some significant movement in terms of ADP. There have been some serious risers.

  • Jordam Cameron
  • Kenbrell Thompkins
  • Michael Floyd
  • Michael Vick
  • Zach Sudfeld
  • Jonathan Dwyer
  • Jermichael Finley
  • Julius Thomas

There have also been a few tumblers.

  • Jonathan Stewart
  • Johnathan Franklin
  • Zac Stacy
  • Mikel Leshoure
  • Rob Housler
  • Aaron Dobson

As always, use the search feature if you are looking for a specific player. It searches as you type. I use it as I draft sometimes. It’s lightning fast. All ADP data was obtained at Fantasy Pros and is a combo of the ADP results from CBS, MDC, FFC and ESPN.  If you use a specific site for your league's draft, it's always good to use their ADP.

Our rankings are based on 12-team leagues with non-PPR scoring and 20-round drafts. If you play in a smaller format, you’ll want to downgrade the backup RBs as handcuffing in smaller formats is not as beneficial in most cases. The team defenses and kickers also go sooner, so factor that in as well. Lastly, I take injuries and injury histories into account when I rank. I also favor youth at the RB position as young backs tend to stay healthier than high-mileage backs.

Rank PLAYER POS TEAM BYE ADP Pos Rank Tier THE SKINNY
1 Adrian Peterson RB MIN 5 1 1 1 Just take him. Don’t over-think things.
2 Doug Martin RB TB 5 2 2 2 Our choice in the 2-hole over Foster. Love that both his stud OGs return this year though the return of Carl Nicks is delayed due to a toe infection.
3 CJ Spiller RB BUF 12 4 3 2 Should continue to break out and is now clearly ahead of Fred Jackson. Jackson does make a solid handcuff option for those of you who believe in being insured.
4 Jamaal Charles RB KC 10 5 4 2 He was a stud in the old offense, so we’re doubling down with Andy Reid in town.
5 Ray Rice RB BAL 8 7 5 2 They need him more than ever and he’s still in his prime.
6 Trent Richardson RB CLE 10 9 6 2 If you promised me 16 starts, I’d be tempted to move him up to the 2nd spot. No lock handcuff right now with Dion Lewis out indefinitely. I’d go with fullback Chris Ogbonnaya if you want a handcuff.
7 Marshawn Lynch RB SEA 12 6 7 2 He should have one more RB1 year in him though the younger backs in Seattle have serious game. In deeper formats, you’ll want to handcuff Lynch and right now we are recommending Christine Michael though Robert Turbin is still competing and is a very good back too. Technically, Turbin is ahead on the depth chart.
8 Alfred Morris RB WAS 5 12 8 2 Very solid as your RB1. Back him with Roy Helu.
9 LeSean McCoy RB PHI 12 10 9 2 I’m still worried about durability, but he looks great. If you can land Bryce Brown for insurance, I like owning McCoy even more.
10 Matt Forte RB CHI 8 14 10 2 Could be a monster in Trestman’s offense. Even better in PPR formats. Back him up with Michael Bush. Bush is affordable and talented.
11 Calvin Johnson WR DET 9 8 1 1 The only WR worthy of a round 1 selection.
12 Jimmy Graham TE NO 7 24 1 1 So far ahead of the pack at TE that he merits round 1 consideration, especially in PPR.
13 Steven Jackson RB ATL 6 17 11 3 Should score a lot and go over a thousand on the ground. His new offense is going to give him tons of chances.
14 Dez Bryant WR DAL 11 15 2 2 He’s healthy and all the peripherals look good. I worry about injury, but Dez is officially a monster.
15 Arian Foster RB HOU 8 3 12 3 He’s off the PUP list, so the injections must have worked. He’s the lead back in a great ground attack, so he’s a viable RB1 option, but I’m looking to avoid him if I can. The cost of backing him up with Tate is getting to be an issue and so is the possibility of a time-share.
16 Stevan Ridley RB NE 10 21 13 3 I worry about fumbles, but he looks locked in and NE can run the ball. Handcuffing is complex and potentially not effective if the Pats went with a committee.
17 Chris Johnson RB TEN 8 18 14 3 His first half schedule is rough. That said, his closing schedule rocks. For this, I like him more as a RB2, but I expect RB1 stats by year’s end.
18 David Wilson RB NYG 9 31 15 3 With Andre Brown out for a month or more and now looking even more prone to injury, I’ve moved Wilson up into the 3rd RB tier. He’s a guy you can take pretty much as high as you want at this point depending on your stomach for risk.
19 AJ Green WR CIN 12 16 3 2 A little dinged right now and Andy Dalton’s just ok, but Green should be fine. Can’t be covered one-on-one.
20 Julio Jones WR ATL 6 20 4 2 I expect him to take it up a notch this year.
21 Brandon Marshall WR CHI 8 19 5 2 The ball may come his way a little less than last year, but he’s playing at a really high level. His current hip issue should prove to be minor in the end. Marshall’s been through this before.
22 Demaryius Thomas WR DEN 9 23 6 2 Peyton’s #1 can be your #1.
23 Reggie Bush RB DET 9 28 16 4 Even better in PPR, Reggie fits the Lions offense very well. It’s all about staying healthy? You feelin’ lucky? He’s an RB1 if he plays 16 games. I’m leaning strongly towards Joique Bell as a handcuff option versus Mikel LeShoure.
24 Eddie Lacy RB GB 4 47 17 4 Now that he is healthy, he should be their clear lead back and DuJuan Harris’ knee injury further solidifies things as does the release of Alex Green. He’s a projection this high, but he should have room to run on most weeks as Aaron Rodgers keeps teams from loading up the box with any consistency. Lacy is ready.
25 Larry Fitzgerald WR ARI 9 27 7 2 I see a return to WR1 status with Carson Palmer at the helm and with Drew Stanton as the backup. Real QBs help. Sadly, they lost Cooper on the interior line and he’l be gone for months and maybe the year. That takes the edge off of ‘Zona’s momentum and perhaps the teeth from the ground game.
26 Frank Gore RB SF 9 26 18 4 Very solid, but could lose more touches to Hunter and James in 2013. I’d back him up with Hunter.
27 Maurice Jones-Drew RB JAC 9 25 19 5 He’s played twice. He’s clearly healthy enough to go, but he never showed us the old cuts that I wanted to see. There’s still risk, but he should be out there Week 1 and he is playing for a new contract.
28 Lamar Miller RB MIA 6 43 20 5 He should be the man in Miami and he’s a solid RB2, but they seem intent on using Daniel Thomas too, so getting Thomas as a handcuff makes sense right now, but over the long haul, Miller should be the guy. Thomas takes too many clean shots to hold up for very long. He’s also suffered concussion problems and has had ball security issues.
29 Vincent Jackson WR TB 5 37 8 3 Looking good as the clear cut #1 in Tampa. Injury is my only concern. V-Jax is a stud.
30 Randall Cobb WR GB 4 32 9 3 Will see a ton of targets and he is fully entrenched in the Packers’ system. Rodgers loves him. The biceps injury seems to be clearing up. We’ll take Cobb at his ADP.
31 Andre Johnson WR HOU 8 29 10 3 Fading, but still a WR1 for one more year. DeAndre Hopkins will make him harder to take away.
32 Demarco Murray RB DAL 11 33 21 5 Risky health-wise and his handcuff is not easy to determine. Right now, I’d go with Lance Dunbar.
33 Roddy White WR ATL 6 30 11 3 Take him even higher if you like, especially in PPR. Still a fringe WR1, but he’ll be 32 in 2013.
34 Darren Sproles RB NO 7 46 22 6 Better for PPR but still a functional RB2 in 12-team leagues.
35 Rob Gronkowski TE NE 10 40 2 2 Sounds like he’s on track and he avoided the PUP. I’m not considering him in the 3rd, but he’s tempting in the 4th if my roster is where I want it to be.
36 Victor Cruz WR NYG 9 36 12 3 ADP is high, but he’ll be solid, and is worth more in PPR.
37 Drew Brees QB NO 7 11 1 1 Should be business as usual in Big Easy for Brees. ADP is too high.
38 Aaron Rodgers QB GB 4 13 2 1 Arguably safer than Brees. He’s a QB1 all the way, but overvalued in drafts based in his ADP.
39 Eric Decker WR DEN 9 57 13 3 Way undervalued since Welker arrived. Decker is a steal in the 4th or early 5th though he’s moving up steadily. I rank him this high to underscore his value, but the best move is to try and get great value with him in the 4th round of 12-team drafts. His touchdown total was no fluke.
40 Marques Colston WR NO 7 41 14 3 A solid value and a dependable option. Should see the ball plenty, but has had a sore knee, so I bumped back few spots. In really big formats, taking Nick Toon with your last pick makes some sense as a hedge.
41 James Jones WR GB 4 68 15 4 With Jordy Nelson banged up, Jones is a freaking steal at his current ADP.
42 Torrey Smith WR BAL 8 56 16 4 A good value right now.
43 Peyton Manning QB DEN 9 22 3 1 He’ll be great but his ADP is too damn high.
44 Dwayne Bowe WR KC 10 42 17 4 Not a bad value in Reid’s system and with Matt Cassel long gone.
45 Vernon Davis TE SF 9 51 3 2 Very tempting at his current ADP.
46 Pierre Garcon WR WAS 5 55 18 4 A good buy right now at 60 overall, even with his health concerns.
47 Jordy Nelson WR GB 4 50 19 4 Should slip a little with the news of his knee. That said, he should be back Week 1 or soon thereafter.
48 Danny Amendola WR NE 10 44 20 4 Not a bad upside option, but understand the risks. He breaks. In PPR, his upside is far higher. DA is a true boom or bust pick.
49 Giovani Bernard RB CIN 12 65 23 6 There’s risk with the rookie curve, but he has huge upside in the Cincy offense.
50 Daryl Richardson RB STL 11 73 24 6 He’s the guy right now and a value if he actually stays on the board until 98, but he’s moving up fast.
51 Ahmad Bradshaw RB IND 8 64 25 6 Needs to get healthy. He’ll have value if he’s healthy. Not an ideal target right now.
52 Montee Ball RB DEN 9 49 26 7 I still think he’s the guy in Denver, though they seem hesitant to admit it. Good value at his current ADP, but it may not happen right away. You may need other options in September.
53 Matt Ryan QB ATL 6 39 4 1 He’ll be great, but I’d rather wait than go QB in round four.
54 Cam Newton QB CAR 4 38 5 1 Not liking him at his ADP, but love him if he slips a round or two.
55 Tom Brady QB NE 10 34 6 1 I expect great things, but I expect great things from QBs available two rounds later as well.
56 Steve Smith WR CAR 4 66 21 5 A good value at his current ADP.
57 Mike Wallace WR MIA 6 59 22 5 Risky, but he has a nice ceiling in Miami as the lead dog.
58 Jason Witten TE DAL 11 52 4 2 Solid value.
59 Colin Kaepernick QB SF 9 62 7 1 If I can get him as my 6th player, I am pretty happy.
60 Reggie Wayne WR IND 8 48 23 5 Will catch a lot of balls, but he’s not getting any younger. TDs could be light.
61 Ryan Mathews RB SD 8 54 27 7 Tough to buy in, but at least he’s not expensive. And, in fairness, he’s looked good so far as far as movement goes. He looks healthy.
62 Darren McFadden RB OAK 7 35 28 7 His line play is getting worse and he’s not what he was. Plus they have nobody to take any pressure off of him with a weak-armed QB. Now factor in the injury history. Just hope somebody else takes DMC near his ADP. You can do better.
63 Le’veon Bell RB PIT 5 80 29 7 Bell is in flux right now with his foot injury. Some good news could give him a big bump, but he’s very risky right now. Take him only if you can afford the risk. Take Dwyer to cover yourself if you can.
64 Hakeem Nicks WR NYG 9 53 24 5 Just hasn’t shown us the burst we saw when he was at the top of his game. Plenty of upside here, but the risk is inescapable.
65 T.Y. Hilton WR IND 8 74 25 6 I love Hilton, but the world has caught up to us after his rookie breakout. Solid value at his current ADP.
66 Cecil Shorts WR JAC 9 70 26 6 A little concerned about him missing time, but he should be a solid WR3 option and the lead dog early on.
67 Wes Welker WR DEN 9 45 27 6 I’m only considering him in PPR. Way overpriced right now at 43 overall.
68 Antonio Brown WR PIT 5 61 28 6 Should be their #1 option.
69 Robert Griffin QB WAS 5 69 8 1 He’s a gamble, but the upside is there. You have to get a strong plan B if you take RGIII.
70 Chris Ivory RB NYJ 10 75 30 8 It’s funny how things change. I was screaming that Ivory was overrated and now he’s actually underrated. I’m buying at his 75 ADP if I need a back at that point and I just might. No longer risk prohibitive as a RB3 or RB4. The Jets can block a little bit, especially for the run.
71 Russell Wilson QB SEA 12 79 9 1 A good value. We love Wilson as most of you know.
72 Matthew Stafford QB DET 9 60 10 1 Good value if he slips a round.
73 Shane Vereen RB NE 10 72 31 8 A good value right now, especially in PPR.
74 Ben Tate RB HOU 8 98 32 8 Foster’s getting more and more dinged up. You want Tate if you own Foster. You might want him even if you don’t.
75 Andrew Luck QB IND 8 63 11 1 ADP is too high, but he can be your QB1.
76 Rashard Mendenhall RB ARI 9 71 33 8 He’s got a knee sprain and should be ready for Week 1, but with Cooper injured, I am liking Mendy less and less.
77 Tony Gonzalez TE ATL 6 58 5 3 Not a guy I am looking to draft unless he slips a few rounds. 56 overall is high.
78 Mike Williams WR TB 5 86 29 6 Very consistent and will get the ball a ton.
79 DeSean Jackson WR PHI 12 67 30 6 I am liking him more and more now that he is the clear first option.
80 Tony Romo QB DAL 11 77 12 1 Great value. Romo gets it done for fantasy purposes.
81 Miles Austin WR DAL 11 85 31 6 Just a solid option as your WR3. I’m more likely to go for more upside here, but I draft low risk in the early rounds for the most part.
82 Golden Tate WR SEA 12 103 32 7 Nice value. Tate can start for you in 12-team leagues.
83 DeAngelo Williams RB CAR 4 91 34 8 They have to be getting impatient with Jonathan Stewart and that should help DeAngelo though the backfield is still deep.
84 Michael Floyd WR ARI 9 110 33 7 I’m pushing Floyd, I know, but he’s got a ton of upside in Arians’ system and they have a QB now. Touchdowns ... are good.
85 Jermichael Finley TE GB 4 82 6 3 His ADP has risen and he’s no longer a value. That said, he look good and is highly motivated. He’s a good option at his current ADP.
86 Josh Gordon WR CLE 10 99 34 7 If you can wait two weeks for him, he can outperform his ADP the rest of the way. I think he’s a value at 93 overall.
87 Mark Ingram RB NO 7 87 35 8 He’s a good value with a little more upside than he’s being given credit for. I expect his best year to date.
88 Emmanuel Sanders WR PIT 5 106 35 7 Nice vale as a WR3.
89 Lance Moore WR NO 7 97 36 7 He should see the ball a lot with so much youth in the receiving corps.
90 Greg Olsen TE CAR 4 90 7 3 Solid value right now.
91 Kyle Rudolph TE MIN 5 92 8 3 I expect a few more catches and similar red zone involvement. Good value.
92 Cordarrelle Patterson WR MIN 5 141 37 8 A steal at his current ADP. I am looking to get this kid as my 4th or 5th receiver if I can. Read my scouting report on CP at the bottom of the page.
93 DeAndre Hopkins WR HOU 8 120 38 8 Probably a safer option than Patterson and you’ll need to take him sooner. He’ll have to do it conventionally, so there could be less upside too.
94 Tavon Austin WR STL 11 76 39 8 His ADP is a bit high right now, but I love this kid if I can get him where I have him ranked.
95 Kenny Britt WR TEN 8 94 40 8 More knee issues for Britt. His time missed is being called precautionary, but I’m moving him down about a round. I’m still targeting him, but not quite as early.
96 Chris Givens WR STL 11 102 41 9 Looking good early on.
97 Bryce Brown RB PHI 12 109 36 9 Having some adjustment issues with Chip Kelly’s system, but looked ok in his first preseason action. Brown is an upside play, but he’s no lock.
98 BenJarvus Green-Ellis RB CIN 12 88 37 9 He may keep Gio Bernard from reaching RB2 status, but Gio will do the same to BJGE.
99 Martellus Bennett TE CHI 8 118 9 3 He can be your TE in 12-team leagues.
100 Jared Cook TE STL 11 96 10 3 A lot of upside, but projecting elite production and drafting high is risky. Let him fall to you.
101 Jordan Cameron TE CLE 10 114 11 3 His ADP has risen big time, but he’s still a nice option at 114.
102 Shonn Greene RB TEN 8 177 38 10 Looked great in his first game action.
103 Anquan Boldin WR SF 9 78 42 9 Solid, but he’s getting older and slower. A little over-priced right now.
104 Bernard Pierce RB BAL 8 123 39 10 He’s a bit over-hyped though we like him as a strong backup if he can stay healthy. Threat to Rice is over-blown.
105 Ronnie Hillman RB DEN 9 115 40 10 I still see a complimentary role for him, but he’s a good back and still in the hunt based on what Denver is saying.
106 Michael Vick QB PHI 12 107 13 2 He’s going to be the starter and his ADP is on the rise. You absolutely must have a top quality backup if you opt to roll with Vick.
107 Steve Johnson WR BUF 12 81 43 10 So much talent in Buffalo right now. Johnson may not see the volume he’s seen in the past.
108 Kenbrell Thompkins WR NE 10 117 44 11 Tough to gauge his fantasy potential with a healthy Gronkowski and a target magnet like Amendola. Thompkins is also being drafted about 100 spots higher than he was a few weeks ago. For now, I have him ranked ahead of the other rookies because he’s at the top of the depth chart and Dobson is rumored to be a little bit behind. Dobson can be had a little later, so that’s where I am looking to add him. If Thompkins is your guy, then you’ll probably want to go after him about where I have him ranked. He should be a solid option early on, especially in PPR.
109 Eli Manning QB NYG 9 100 14 2 Good value.
110 Vincent Brown WR SD 8 125 45 10 Did not play in the first preseason game, but should be the #1 in SD. Plenty of upside here.
111 Denarius Moore WR OAK 7 112 46 10 Could be a surprise if they can throw the ball.
112 Ben Roethlisberger QB PIT 5 132 15 2 Great value at 129 overall.
113 Andy Dalton QB CIN 12 122 16 2 Big Ben is a better buy, but Dalton’s good value too.
114 Vick Ballard RB IND 8 113 41 10 If you draft Ahmad Bradshaw as your RB2 you had BETTER get Ballard too. Ahmad breaks just like a little girl.
115 Fred Jackson RB BUF 12 126 42 10 A no-brainer handcuff for Spiller owners. Don’t think twice in 12-team leagues. Cover your posterior.
116 Isaiah Pead RB STL 11 148 43 10 Fumbled on his first preseason carry and is suspended for week one.
117 Greg Little WR CLE 10 181 47 11 A steal at 175 overall. You don’t need to take him where I have him ranked. He’ll be around much later.
118 Alshon Jeffery WR CHI 8 119 48 11 He’s got a lot of upside in the new offense.
119 Justin Blackmon WR JAC 9 124 49 12 Out for the first four games.
120 Fred Davis TE WAS 5 138 12 4 Looked good in his first action after surgery. Nice value right now.
121 Joique Bell RB DET 9 197 44 10 He looks locked in as the backup to Bush and that give him a shot at serious value due to Reggie’s history of injury. His ADP has jumped in the last few weeks.
122 Christine Michael RB SEA 12 193 45 11 Looked good in his first game action. A great value right now though his ADP has jumped considerably in the last two weeks which was to be expected.
123 Kendall Hunter RB SF 9 207 46 11 A very solid value right now, but his ADP will start to rise soon.
124 Roy Helu RB WAS 5 180 47 11 He looked good in his first action after surgery and he should be the next back up after Alfred Morris.
125 Greg Jennings WR MIN 5 89 50 12 Ponder hurts him.
126 Rueben Randle WR NYG 9 133 51 13 If you take Nicks, I strongly encourage you to go after Randle at or after his current ADP.
127 Sam Bradford QB STL 11 152 17 3 All upside at his current ADP. Spreading the ball around doesn’t hurt Sam at all.
128 Antonio Gates TE SD 8 84 13 4 Looked healthy and that’s a start.
129 Owen Daniels TE HOU 8 101 14 4 Not a bad option, but I’m not reaching for him at this stage of his career.
130 Carson Palmer QB ARI 9 129 18 3 Great value right now and plenty of upside with his new weapons.
131 Jay Cutler QB CHI 8 137 19 3 Not a value right now, but a solid QB2.
132 Sidney Rice WR SEA 12 105 52 13 Knee issues worry me.
133 Brandon Pettigrew TE DET 9 127 15 4 He’s a very solid value right now.
134 Joe Flacco QB BAL 8 146 20 4 Overpriced right now, but he’s a guy who could slip with all their injuries. He’s a good QB2.
135 Quinton Patton WR SF 9 53 14 We’ve been sticking with him all preseason and he’s finally coming on strong.
136 Kenny Stills WR NO 7 54 13 We love Stills in New Orleans, even as a rookie, he should do pretty well.
137 Aaron Dobson WR NE 10 162 55 11 Seems to have had a slower camp than the other rookies, but I still like this kid a lot playing with Brady. Dobson can go up and get the ball and he has a knack for getting behind the defense. Even if he does play a smaller role early on, the Patriots are loaded with fragile talent. Dobson should emerge one way or another. I’m loving him just ahead of his current ADP. Very low risk and huge upside.
138 Michael Bush RB CHI 8 149 48 11 A great handcuff option for Forte and he has stand-alone value in deeper formats.
139 Mohamed Sanu WR CIN 12 173 56 13 Could have some flex appeal in 12-team leagues if he’s back at 100%.
140 Brandon LaFell WR CAR 4 183 57 13 Underrated and a great value right now.
141 Brian Hartline WR MIA 6 151 58 13 Not a guy I am targeting, but he’s a decent value.
142 Brandon Myers TE NYG 9 111 16 5 A potentially valuable option, but not a value at 109.
143 Coby Fleener TE IND 8 160 17 5 Injuries and inconsistencies. Fleener has nice upside, but his floor is leaking.
144 Danny Woodhead RB SD 8 140 49 11 Could be a PPR monster ... maybe.
145 Knile Davis RB KC 10 239 50 11 He should be getting drafted. He’ll have some solid value if Jamaal Charles gets hurt.
146 Dwayne Allen TE IND 8 182 18 6 Practicing again. I like him as a sleeper in bigger leagues. Very underrated player.
147 Matt Schaub QB HOU 8 139 21 4 Solid QB2, but not a value right now.
148 Daniel Thomas RB MIA 6 191 51 12 He’s being talked up by the GM, but it’s hard to imagine him getting a ton of work. He is a bit underrated but he’s not durable. He’s the handcuff for Lamar Miller owners more than a flex option at this point.
149 Jacoby Jones WR BAL 8 171 59 13 A solid bench receiver.
150 Ryan Broyles WR DET 9 131 60 13 Needs to play in preseason and show off his health, but plenty of upside if he starts.
151 Darrius Heyward-Bey WR IND 8 143 61 13 If he gets healthy, he could have flex appeal in 12-team formats.
152 Tyler Eifert TE CIN 12 170 19 6 Nice upside as a TE2.
153 Seattle Seahawks DEF SEA 12 93 1 1
154 San Francisco 49ers DEF SF 9 95 2 1
155 Chicago Bears DEF CHI 8 108 3 1
156 Zach Sudfeld TE NE 10 154 20 6 Having a great camp. He’s a Patriot all the way and could be a very good player IF he can avoid the injuries he had in college. He needs to prove that he handle to pounding of the NFL. We have few doubts as to his ability. His ADP has really shot up, so he’s no longer a late round steal. Still, he’s not a bad pick at 154, especially if you already took Gronk.
157 Jermaine Gresham TE CIN 12 159 21 6 Eifert might take some targets away, but Gresham is coming into his own. He’s not a value at 142, but he’ll produce solid numbers.
158 Knowshon Moreno RB DEN 9 175 52 12 He post numbers if given the chance and unless one of the two younger backs steps up soon, he just may play a lot early. Of course, he’s had a bitch of a time staying healthy, so don’t go crazy, but he might be a shot for cheap early season production.
159 Bilal Powell RB NYJ 10 168 53 12 A name to know with all the madness in the Jets backfield.
160 Kendall Wright WR TEN 8 167 62 13 Seems like he’s ok after the knee scare and Locker has looked better than last year.
161 Brandon Weeden QB CLE 10 224 22 5 He’s a great value as a QB2.
162 Stephen Hill WR NYJ 10 190 63 13 Huge upside if the Jets can throw at all and if his knee stays healthy.
163 Ed Dickson TE BAL 8 236 22 6 Has serious upside if he gets his hammy healthy, but he is likely to miss Week 1.
164 Houston Texans DEF HOU 8 104 4 2
165 Cincinnati Bengals DEF CIN 12 121 5 2
166 Denver Broncos DEF DEN 9 128 6 1 The Miller suspension knocks them down, but they will still have some blowouts and will close well from Week 7 on.
167 Riley Cooper WR PHI 12 64 14 He should start and he has a lot more upside than people realize.
168 Jeremy Kerley WR NYJ 10 255 65 14 Looked good in early action.
169 Robert Woods WR BUF 12 238 66 14 Could move up or down based on first few preseason games. A good young talent.
170 Jonathan Stewart RB CAR 4 134 54 12 He’s been put on the PUP list and will miss the first six weeks of the regular season. The Panthers do have a week four bye, so that helps. You can’t assume that he’ll be 100% when he comes off. This is a layer to avoid unless he slips well past his ADP.
171 Rod Streater WR OAK 7 217 67 14 Good value at 214 overall.
172 Ryan Tannehill QB MIA 6 178 23 5 He’s looked a little shaky, but he has fantasy upside this late.
173 Pierre Thomas RB NO 7 147 55 12 Banged up. Not a value right now. Worth a bit more in PPR.
174 Nate Washington WR TEN 8 68 14
175 Josh Freeman QB TB 5 164 24 5 A solid QB2, but I worry about him getting replaced at some point if things go south. He’s also almost worthless if anything happens to V-Jax.
176 Markus Wheaton WR PIT 5 229 69 15 Here’s a very nice flier. He looked good in his first game action. Very quick and talented.
177 New England Patriots DEF NE 10 130 7 3
178 Marquise Goodwin WR BUF 12 70 15
179 Arizona Cardinals DEF ARI 9 184 8 3
180 Pittsburgh Steelers DEF PIT 5 145 9 3
181 Jonathan Baldwin WR SF 9 200 71 15 Needs to show something soon, but his situation has improved with Smith and Reid in town.
182 E.J. Manuel QB BUF 12 205 25 5 He’s a potential steal at his current ADP with the potential to post fantasy points in many ways. If you’re drafting him as your QB2 or QB3, then his missing the opener is no big deal. He’ll be back soon.
183 Matt Prater K DEN 9 156 1 1
184 St. Louis Rams DEF STL 11 176 10 3
185 Green Bay Packers DEF GB 4 163 11 3
186 Stephen Gostkowski K NE 10 116 2 1
187 Baltimore Ravens DEF BAL 8 144 12 4
188 Phil Dawson K SF 9 158 3 1
189 Julius Thomas TE DEN 9 228 23 7 He’s having a good camp and he’s a nice value in big leagues. JT is a serious athlete and he’s starting to show signs of legit development. A solid sleeper. Oh, and there’s that Manning thing.
190 Vance McDonald TE SF 9 24 7 You can get him really late in big leagues and he has outstanding upside.
191 Marcedes Lewis TE JAC 9 187 25 7 Should bounce back this year.
192 Zach Ertz TE PHI 12 251 26 7
193 Robert Housler TE ARI 9 194 27 7 He’s got a high-ankle sprain, so his early season availability is in question. I’ve downgraded him, but he’ll have the same upside once he gets healthy.
194 Greg Zuerlein K STL 11 214 4 1
195 Marcel Reece RB OAK 7 227 56 13 With Rookie Latavius Murray out of the picture due to injury, I like Reece as the best handcuff option for Darren McFadden owners. He’s a better back than Jennings.
196 Zac Stacy RB STL 11 199 57 13 I like Zac but he got a little banged up early in camp and has fallen behind Daryl Richardson. Stacy is a nice late flier in big leagues. He’s lost the buzz he had early on and is well-priced now. He’s a high-upside stash and a pseudo handcuff option for Richardson owners.
197 Blair Walsh K MIN 5 135 5 1
198 Malcom Floyd WR SD 8 153 72 16 Not a player I am considering. Not enough upside.
199 Matt Bryant K ATL 6 136 6 1
200 Denard Robinson RB JAC 9 234 58 13 Got a few touches and looked good. A value right now.
201 Justin Tucker K BAL 8 174 7 1
202 Jacquizz Rodgers RB ATL 6 155 59 13 Tough to predict a large role and he’s arm-tackled too easily.
203 Chris Polk RB PHI 12 60 14 A guy to watch in Philly with their run-heavy scheme and Bryce Brown’s shaky fundamentals.
204 Andre Brown RB NYG 9 83 61 13 A very solid back with value due to his involvement at the goal line, but we won’t see him until some time in October and by then Wilson could have a lock on the gig.
205 Johnathan Franklin RB GB 4 166 62 14 Tons of upside, but he’s in a loaded backfield.
206 Randy Bullock K HOU 8 203 8 2
207 Lance Dunbar RB DAL 11 63 14 Seems like the best handcuff option right now, but this is still a fluid situation.
208 Alex Green RB NYJ 10 64 14 If he can get fully healthy, Green could be a real factor in New York if Chris Ivory has more injuries.
209 Doug Baldwin WR SEA 12 73 16 A player to watch with all the injuries in Seattle. A very nice late flier in 12-team 20 round drafts.
210 Josh Boyce WR NE 10 74 16 Looked good in his first game action. Check out his pre-draft scouting report linked at the bottom of the page.
211 Isaac Redman RB PIT 5 172 65 14 With Bell’s injury, Redman is now the starter though we suspect it’ll be like last year where he yields most of the job to Jonathan Dwyer. Redman’s worth a roster spot in deeper formats for sure, but don’t expect the world.
212 Jake Locker QB TEN 8 246 26 5 Nice upside this late.
213 Jordan Todman RB JAC 9 66 14
214 Stepfan Taylor RB ARI 9 67 14 Keep an eye on Taylor. He’s the best bet of all the Arizona backs in terms of durability.
215 Ladarius Green TE SD 8 28 8 Green may be the way to backup Antonio Gates in deeper formats, but his value goes past that. Green is a serious talent and he could end up playing a big role for a few reasons. One is that the Chargers may play a lot of double tight end for protection purposes and mismatch purposes. Green has the potential to become the best weapon the Chargers’ passing attack within the next two seasons. He was raw coming out of Louisiana Lafayette, but SD sunk a 4th rounder into this kid and they did it for a reason. We had Green ticketed for 2014 value, but the more we watch SD play, the more we think they may have to fast-track Green in 2013.
216 Jeff Cumberland TE NYJ 10 241 29 8 Underrated and a great value right now.
217 Julian Edelman WR NE 10 223 75 16 If he can get/stay healthy, he is worth a flier in deep leagues.
218 Aldrick Robinson WR WAS 5 76 16 A poor first game, but still a guy to watch.
219 Santonio Holmes WR NYJ 10 221 77 16 Sounds like he could be healthy soon. Tough to say what kind of value he’ll have without seeing him in action.
220 Aaron Mellette WR BAL 8 78 16 Upside is high with Flacco. he’s a worthy stash in deep leagues.
221 Sebastian Janikowski K OAK 7 179 9 2
222 Andre Roberts WR ARI 9 196 79 17 He could have some value in deeper PPR formats.
223 Garrett Hartley K NO 7 216 10 2
224 Leonard Hankerson WR WAS 5 80 17 Still in the mix and has red zone ability.
225 Toby Gerhart RB MIN 5 256 68 14 Handcuff for AP and not a terrible one.
226 Felix Jones RB PIT 5 69 14
227 Robert Turbin RB SEA 12 249 70 14 Still a good back, but Christine Michael may bump him off.
228 Cierre Wood RB HOU 8 71 15 Won the job behind Arian Foster and Ben Tate. He has some value in deeper leagues.
229 Joseph Randle RB DAL 11 213 72 15 Trying to win the backup job, but hasn’t put it away just yet.
230 Da’Rel Scott RB NYG 9 73 15 We’ve always liked Da’Rel and now he may get a chance to show his stuff. Not a bad way to backup David Wilson in big formats.
231 Terrelle Pryor QB OAK 7 27 5 He’s low on weapons and he’s a serious work in progress as a passer, but the kid in an athlete and he plays with some heart. He’s a big fantasy upgrade over Matt Flynn and it sure looks like he’s “Russell Wilsoned” the poor dude for the 2nd time in as many seasons.
232 Mike James RB TB 5 74 15 My guess to be the best handcuff option for Doug Martin owners.
233 Blaine Gabbert QB JAC 9 28 5
234 La’Rod Stephens-Howling RB PIT 5 75 15
235 Brent Celek TE PHI 12 189 30 8 He’s been more active than advertised and we know the guy can play.
236 Mike Tolbert RB CAR 4 258 76 16 Could have a role near the goal and is probably the most fundamentally sound back they have.
237 Rashad Jennings RB OAK 7 77 16
238 Brian Quick WR STL 11 195 81 17 Looks very good, but there’s only one ball in St. Louis.
239 Andre Ellington RB ARI 9 78 16 Nursing a neck injury, but keep an eye on this kid. He’s a diverse talent that could do good things in the Arizona offense if he gets a shot.
240 Khiry Robinson RB NO 7 79 16 Has looked very good in camp so far.
241 Marlon Brown WR BAL 8 82 17 He’s become a factor and could be worth a flier in deeper leagues.
242 LaMichael James RB SF 9 161 80 17 Should be the 3rd back behind Hunter, but will be out for a few weeks with an MCL sprain.
243 Spencer Ware RB SEA 12 81 17 A very good back, but he’s #4 on the depth chart and may be moved to fullback.
244 Alex Smith QB KC 10 165 29 5 Decent value as a QB3
245 Travis Kelce TE KC 10 31 8 Nice upside, but he’s been banged up and is behind the rookie curve for now.
246 Kenjon Barner RB CAR 4 82 17 We love this kid. Check out the scouting report linked below. Barner could surprise people in 2013.
247 Detroit Lions DEF DET 9 233 13 4
248 Armanti Edwards WR CAR 4 83 18 Still a guy I like as an upside play in big leagues, but he’s got a hamstring issue, so don’t reach. He’s a guy to monitor in big leagues or an upside stash.
249 Steven Hauschka K SEA 12 212 11 2
250 Kyle Williams WR SF 9 84 18 Needs to get healthy. He’ll have value if he’s healthy. Not an ideal target right now.
251 Deonte Thompson WR BAL 8 85 18 Still nursing a sore foot, but he could be a surprise in the slot for the Ravens. Take him very late in big leagues at this point or keep an eye on him as a waiver wire add.
252 Mason Crosby K GB 4 242 12 2
253 Dexter McCluster WR KC 10 245 86 18 A better sleeper in Andy Reid’s offense than he was before.
254 Nick Toon WR NO 7 87 19 Son of the great Al Toon of the Jets, Nick has some game and is healthy after a lost year as a rookie. He’s a player to keep an eye as there’s opportunity in New Orleans right now.
255 Dan Bailey K DAL 11 230 13 2
256 Josh Brown K NYG 9 248 14 2
257 David Akers K DET 9 201 15 3
258 Brandon Gibson WR MIA 6 88 19
259 Keenan Allen WR SD 8 89 19 Has a window of opportunity now with DX out for the year.
260 Percy Harvin WR SEA 12 169 90 20 Could return after Thanksgiving.
261 Stedman Bailey WR STL 11 91 20 Looked great in his first game action.
262 Brice Butler WR OAK 7 92 20
263 New York Giants DEF NYG 9 188 14 4
264 Keshawn Martin WR HOU 8 93 20
265 Jonathan Dwyer RB FA 0 142 83 17 Dwyer is the back to own in spite of Isaac Redman being named starter.
266 James Casey TE PHI 12 257 32 8
267 Adam Vinatieri K IND 8 218 16 3
268 LeGarrette Blount RB NE 10 247 84 17 He got himself into the discussion, but will he stick if he can’t play special teams? Still no lock.
269 Carolina Panthers DEF CAR 4 15 5
270 Caleb Sturgis K MIA 6 17 3
271 Christian Ponder QB MIN 5 30 5 Not much upside for fantasy purposes.
272 Philip Rivers QB SD 8 157 31 5
273 Michael Cox RB NYG 9 85 18
274 New York Jets DEF NYJ 10 226 16 5
275 Miami Dolphins DEF MIA 6 206 17 5
276 Mikel Leshoure RB DET 9 150 86 18 Joique Bell is a problem for him and so is his propensity for getting hurt. He’s the 3rd back in Detroit right now, but he’s got talent and shouldn’t be forgotten about.
277 Brandon Bolden RB NE 10 87 18 Deep on the depth chart but he ran well the other night.
278 Ace Sanders WR JAC 9 94 20
279 Atlanta Falcons DEF ATL 6 186 18 5
280 Marquess Wilson WR CHI 8 95 20
281 Santana Moss WR WAS 5 211 96 20
282 Heath Miller TE PIT 5 253 33 8 Still working his way back after a nasty knee injury. Avoid him for now.
283 David Ausberry TE OAK 7 34 9
284 Ben Watson TE NO 7 35 9
285 Tampa Bay Bucs DEF TB 5 209 19 5
286 Michael Crabtree WR SF 9 231 97 20 Only for very deep leagues with plenty of bench space, but he might help you at the tail end of the season. Not a player I am targeting.
287 Zach Miller TE SEA 12 192 36 9
288 Chris Ogbonnaya RB CLE 10 88 18
289 Donnie Avery WR KC 10 204 98 20
290 Marlon Moore WR SF 9 99 20 Will play a role, but we are much higher on Patton.
291 Clyde Gates WR NYJ 10 100 20
292 Travis Benjamin WR CLE 10 101 21
293 Davone Bess WR CLE 10 102 21
294 Joeseph Fauria TE DET 9 37 10
295 Chris Harper WR SEA 12 103 22 We love him, but he’s fighting for snaps as a rookie.
296 Jermaine Kearse WR SEA 12 104 22
297 Scott Chandler TE BUF 12 38 10
298 LaVon Brazill WR IND 8 105 22
299 Jarius Wright WR MIN 5 106 22
300 Justin Hunter WR TEN 8 107 22
301 Mike Gillislee RB MIA 6 89 18 Might not be the handcuff as we originally had hoped. This is a situation to keep an eye on the next week or so.
302 Justin Forsett RB JAC 9 90 18
303 Jerome Simpson WR MIN 5 108 22
304 AJ Jenkins WR KC 10 219 109 22 Now with KC, he’s still a guy to watch.
305 Harry Douglas WR ATL 6 110 22
306 Delone Carter RB BAL 8 91 18 A nice bump for Delone after his move to Baltimore. He’s a better fit for their system and he could do very well if there’s an injury to Pierce or Rice.
307 Jacoby Ford WR OAK 7 185 111 23
308 Geno Smith QB NYJ 10 32 6
309 Matt Flynn QB OAK 7 33 7
310 Ryan Williams RB ARI 9 220 92 19 Too risky for me.
311 Garrett Graham TE HOU 8 39 11
312 Donald Brown RB IND 8 93 19
313 Austin Pettis WR STL 11 112 23
314 Rex Burkhead RB CIN 12 94 19 A very sound back with a nice future.
315 Marvin Jones WR CIN 12 113 23
316 Brandon Stokley WR BAL 8 114 23
317 Mark Sanchez QB NYJ 10 34 7
318 Jason Avant WR PHI 12 115 23
319 Damaris Johnson WR PHI 12 116 23
320 Michael Ford RB CHI 8 95 20
321 Dion Sims TE MIA 6 40 11 Sims is now a factor with Keller done for the year. He’s a solid blocker and has some receiving chops to go with it. We’ll have to see how he handles to the additional reps.
322 Phillip Tanner RB DAL 11 96 20
323 Stephen Burton WR MIN 5 117 24
324 Alfonso Smith RB ARI 9 97 20
325 Jason Snelling RB ATL 6 98 20
326 TJ Graham WR BUF 12 118 24
327 James Starks RB GB 4 99 20
328 Dom Hixon WR CAR 4 119 25 A glue guy with some upside and he’s having a solid camp.
329 Terrance Williams WR DAL 11 120 25
330 Virgil Green TE DEN 9 41 11
331 Rishard Matthews WR MIA 6 121 25
332 Andrew Hawkins WR CIN 12 122 26 Looks like he’s out for at least 8 weeks.
333 Jonas Gray RB MIA 6 100 20
334 Fozzy Whitaker RB SD 8 101 21
335 Travaris Cadet RB NO 7 102 21
336 Dennis Johnson RB CLE 10 103 21 Signed by the Browns and could play a role behind Trent Richardson with the release of Brandon Jackson and the injury to Dion Lewis.
337 Chad Henne QB JAC 9 35 7
338 Braylon Edwards WR NYJ 10 123 26
339 Nate Burleson WR DET 9 210 124 26
340 Kahlil Bell RB NYJ 10 104 21 Looked good in 2nd preseason game. With all the injuries in NY, Bell is a guy to keep an eye on.
341 Charles Johnson WR 4 125 27
342 Buffalo Bills DEF BUF 12 20 6
343 Michael Hill RB SD 8 105 22
344 Luke Willson TE SEA 12 42 12
345 Greg Salas WR PHI 12 126 27
346 Austin Collie WR SF 9 237 127 27 We need to see him take a few hits before we get even a little interested.
347 Josh Morgan WR WAS 5 128 27
348 Theo Riddick RB DET 9 106 22
349 Tiquan Underwood WR TB 5 129 27
350 Griff Whelan WR IND 8 130 27
351 Dallas Clark TE BAL 8 43 12
352 David Gettis WR CAR 4 131 27
353 Tavarres King WR DEN 9 132 27
354 Philadelphia Eagles DEF PHI 12 235 21 6
355 Lestar Jean WR HOU 8 133 28
356 Mike Glennon QB TB 5 36 7
357 Stephen Williams WR SEA 12 134 28
358 Jarrett Boykin WR GB 4 135 28
359 Kevin Ogletree WR TB 5 136 28
360 Shaun Draughn RB KC 10 107 23
361 Chris Rainey RB CLE 10 108 23
362 Jacob Tamme TE DEN 9 215 44 12
363 Cyrus Gray RB KC 10 109 23
364 San Diego Chargers DEF SD 8 254 22 6
365 Mike Goodson RB NYJ 10 110 24
366 Anthony Fasano TE KC 10 45 12
367 Ryan Mallett QB NE 10 37 7
368 Joel Dreesen TE DEN 9 46 13
369 Tandon Doss WR BAL 8 137 28
370 Nick Foles QB PHI 12 38 7
371 Adrien Robinson TE NYG 9 47 13
372 Matt Barkley QB PHI 12 39 8
373 Jeremy Ross WR GB 4 138 28
374 Jordan Reed TE WAS 5 48 13
375 Kellen Winslow TE NYJ 10 49 13
376 Nick Novak K SD 8 18 3
377 Evan Royster RB WAS 5 111 24
378 Da’Rick Rogers WR BUF 12 139 29
379 Marcus Easley WR BUF 12 140 29
380 Earl Bennett WR CHI 8 141 30
381 Alan Bonner WR HOU 8 142 30
382 Tom Crabtree TE TB 5 50 13
383 Matt Cassel QB MIN 5 40 8
384 Brian Leonard RB TB 5 112 25
385 DeVier Posey WR HOU 8 143 30
386 Anthony Dixon RB SF 9 113 25
387 Delanie Walker TE TEN 8 51 13
388 Saalim Hakim WR NO 7 144 31
389 Tony Scheffler TE DET 9 244 52 14
390 Kellen Moore QB DET 9 41 8
391 Luke Stocker TE TB 5 53 14
392 Rob Bironas K TEN 8 19 3
393 Mike Nugent K CIN 12 20 3
394 Dallas Cowboys DEF DAL 11 208 23 6
395 Lance Kendricks TE STL 11 54 15
396 Minnesota Vikings DEF MIN 5 252 24 7
397 Cleveland Browns DEF CLE 10 243 25 7
398 Jordan Shipley WR JAC 9 145 31
399 Conner Vernon WR OAK 7 146 32
400 Kirk Cousins QB WAS 5 42 8
401 Jeff Tuel QB BUF 12 43 8
402 Tashard Choice RB BUF 12 114 25
403 Kevin Dorsey WR GB 4 147 32
404 Alex Henery K PHI 12 222 21 4
405 Chris Owusu WR TB 5 148 32
406 Mohamed Massaquoi WR JAC 9 149 32
407 Shayne Graham K CLE 10 22 4
408 Peyton Hillis RB TB 5 115 25
409 Brandon Bogotay K CLE 10 23 4
410 Jackie Battle RB TEN 8 116 25
411 Tony Moeaki TE KC 10 55 15
412 Brad Sorensen QB SD 8 44 8
413 Chris Gragg TE BUF 12 56 15
414 Kevin Kolb QB BUF 12 45 8
415 Robert Meachem WR SD 8 150 32
416 Jay Feely K ARI 9 24 4
417 James Hanna TE DAL 11 57 15
418 Gavin Escobar TE DAL 11 58 16
419 Nathan Palmer WR IND 8 151 32
420 Chris Thompson RB WAS 5 117 25
421 Dan Herron RB CIN 12 118 25
422 Jeff Demps RB TB 5 119 25
423 Jake Ballard TE NE 10 198 59 16 I’m not touching Ballard.
424 Jawan Jamison RB WAS 5 120 25
425 Mario Manningham WR SF 9 152 32
426 Sean Renfree QB ATL 6 46 8
427 Brandon Williams TE CAR 4 60 16
428 Cobi Hamilton WR CIN 12 153 32
429 Brock Osweiler QB DEN 9 47 8
430 Lou Murphy WR NYG 9 154 32
431 New Orleans Saints DEF NO 7 26 7
432 Drew Stanton QB ARI 9 48 8
433 Chase Daniel QB KC 10 49 8
434 Shaun Suisham K PIT 5 25 4
435 Patrick Edwards WR DET 9 155 32
436 Corey Fuller WR DET 9 156 32
437 Juron Criner WR OAK 7 157 32
438 Tim Tebow QB FA 10 50 8
439 Ryan Fitzpatrick QB TEN 8 51 8
440 Tavaris Jackson QB SEA 12 52 8
441 Ramses Barden WR 0 158 32
442 Justin Brown WR PIT 5 159 32
443 Landry Jones QB PIT 5 53 8
444 Colt McCoy QB SF 9 54 8
445 Joe Adams WR CAR 4 160 32
446 Ronnie Brown RB SD 8 121 25
447 Marvin McNutt WR MIA 6 161 32
448 Kevin Cone WR ATL 6 162 32
449 Russell Shepard WR PHI 12 163 32
450 Ricardo Lockette WR 9 164 32
451 Eddie Royal WR SD 8 165 32
452 Taylor Thompson TE TEN 8 61 16
453 Tennessee Titans DEF TEN 8 27 8
454 Matt Scott QB JAC 9 55 8
455 Shaun Hill QB DET 9 56 8
456 Tyler Shaw WR PIT 5 166 32
457 Jerricho Cotchery WR PIT 5 167 32
458 Craig Stevens TE TEN 8 62 16
459 Cole Beasley WR DAL 11 168 32
460 Kellen Davis TE CLE 10 63 16
461 David Nelson WR CLE 10 169 32
462 Ryan Nassib QB NYG 9 57 8
463 Zac Dysert QB DEN 9 58 8
464 Brandon Lloyd WR FA 0 202 170 32
465 Edwin Baker RB SD 8 122 25
466 Matt Slater WR NE 10 171 32
467 Michael Hoomanawanui TE NE 10 64 16
468 Jake Stoneburner TE GB 4 65 16
469 Kris Durham WR DET 9 172 32
470 Brian Hoyer QB CLE 10 59 8
471 Nick Kasa TE OAK 7 66 16
472 Niles Paul TE WAS 5 67 16
473 Montell Owens RB DET 9 123 25
474 Hayden Smith TE NYJ 10 68 16
475 Jason Campbell QB CLE 10 60 8
476 Matt Hasselbeck QB IND 8 61 8
477 William Powell RB FA 0 124 25
478 Tyler Wilson QB OAK 7 62 8
479 Cedric Peerman RB CIN 12 125 25
480 Armond Smith RB CAR 4 126 25
481 Mychal Rivera TE OAK 7 69 16
482 Colby Cameron QB 4 63 8
483 Andrew Quarless TE GB 4 70 16
484 Ifeanyi Momah WR PHI 12 173 32
485 T.J. Yates QB HOU 8 64 8
486 John Skelton QB CIN 12 65 8
487 Michael Turner RB 0 240 127 25
488 Kansas City Chiefs DEF KC 10 28 8
489 Jacksonville Jaguars DEF JAC 9 29 8
490 Washington Redskins DEF WAS 5 30 8
491 Lawrence Tynes K TB 5 26
492 Tommy Streeter WR 8 174 32
493 Devin Aromashodu WR 8 175 32
494 Brandon Bostick TE GB 4 71 16
495 Jerrell Jernigan WR NYG 9 176 32
496 Indianapolis Colts DEF IND 8 31 9
497 Michael Jenkins WR NE 10 177 32
498 Dwayne Harris WR DAL 11 178 30
499 Oakland Raiders DEF OAK 7 32 9
500 D.C. Jefferson TE ARI 9 72 16