Yes folks, it’s about that time: time to start thinking about which players to draft for your 2007 Fantasy Football teams. Some of us may still be relishing in our surprising picks from last year (hello, Frank Gore) or seething because of those who had less than stellar seasons (thanks a lot, Randy Moss), but it’s time to put both the good and the bad of last year behind us and remember this year, it’s a whole new ball game…sixteen of them.
Now, there are about a million lists out there telling everyone who to draft (LaDainian Tomlinson) and who not to draft (anyone from the Oakland Raiders) and each list includes a plethora of players. For the sake of time, and potential cramps in my typing fingers, I am simply listing the top three players to pick from any of the Florida organizations (Florida, after all, has like fifty football teams…or maybe just three).
Chris Chambers, WR, Miami Dolphins: Chris Chambers was a player who allowed many of us, myself included, to sail into the playoffs during the 2005 season, a season in which his stats erupted. Unfortunately, 2006 did not produce the same results. But, we can’t blame this on Chambers, at least not all of it. Last season saw Miami with quarterback instability – an instability that hopes to be resolved with Trent Green – and a coaching style that just didn’t seem to include much of ol’ Chris. Chris Chambers, last season, simply seemed to disappear.
He might be down, but he’s not out…..
As Miami starts a new quarterback, and Cam Cameron starts as head ทางเข้า ufabetcoach, this receiver will regain the explosiveness that saw me getting an “I Heart Chambers” tattoo on my ankle with my 2005 Fantasy Football winnings. It’s also worth it to note that Chambers – like the entire Miami Dolphin’s team – has a tendency to get on fire towards the end of the season. For many fantasy players, the end of the season games are the most important: depending on who’s team he is on, Chris Chambers has the potential to make grown men cry….either tears of joy, or just plain tears.
Joey Galloway, WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Joey Galloway, taking a page from the Chris Chambers handbook, did the same thing as his Miami counterpart: he had an awesome 2005 year only to be silenced in 2006. However, Galloway’s silencing wasn’t as quiet as Chambers’: he still had 1057 yards and seven touchdowns. On the downside, Galloway often went several games without catching much to having one game where he suddenly became a Fantasy owner’s BFF. These inconsistent performances often left people unable to know when to sit him and when to start him.