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Here is a look at great value picks in this year’s fantasy drafts:
Roy Williams- Obviously the Bears have been lacking a big time receiver for Jay “Canon for an Arm” Cutler for them to go out and get Roy Williams in hopes of a revival. I believe Roy Williams will end up with a lot of targets this year and possible near the 80 receptions mark. Cutler has not had a large receiver to throw at other than unproven Devin Aromashadu and in a fast paced Mike Martz offense he will benifit in a pass oriented offense. The offensive line should be improved under Martz’s system and Jay Cutler has had time to mature.
Jahvid Best-Everyone is more excited than a Harry Potter opening night for this years Detroit Lion’s team. “If Matt Stafford can stay healthy they should “easily” make the playoffs”, some analysts are saying. Jahvid Best is not built to carry the ball 20-25 times but he will be part of the passing game and has the skills to hit double digit touchdown totals. The NFC North is a division that will see games with high scoring and you can take it to the bank Jahvid Best will have a great year.
Mark Ingram-The Alabama standout should be wearing a ski mask during the first game of the NFL season. Boy, what a steal he was. The Saints and that high octane offense now have a punishing running back to add to their arsenal. I predict he will be a goal line specialist in addition to carrying the ball 15-20 times a game. He will have atleast 8 touchdowns this game and around 1,000 rushing yards-not bad for a late round pick by a great team.