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Who will be the best at each position this year? Not sleepers, but who will post the best numbers as far as FF goes this year?

Here are my picks:

QB DAUNTE CULPEPPER (MIN)-The Vikes are back and between passing and rushing TDs he could post 30+ this year!

RB PRIEST HOLMES (KC)-Every year everyone says "it was a fluke" or "he can't repeat those number". I'm sold!

WR MARVIN HARRISON (Ind)-A great receiver surrounded by talent. With Moss possibly dinged up a bit and Owens in a new offense, he should be number 1.

TE TODD HEAP (Balt)-An improving offense that relies heavily on it's tight end.

K David Akers (Phil)-With Owens and McNabb hooking up and a great RB crew, there should be a ton of FG opportunities.

Def ?????-Who knows. Far too much luck involved in scoring defensive TDs. Let's go with the VIKES!!!!!

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QB Duante definitely
RB Holmes or LT
WR Moss..........injury or not he is the best
TE Gonzo But I think Winslow is going to surprise us all
K Wilkins......St. Louis is a Scoring machine
Def Baltimore

Tight Lines,

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QB: Payton Manning
RB: Priest Holmes, LT-great player but has no blocking. Watch out for Dillon at NE.
WR: Harrison
TE: Gonzalez
PK: Vanderjact

[This message has been edited by walleyehawk (edited 07-02-2004).]

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