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In just over a week, a football bloggers league will be drafting for the 2007 season. Care to join us? We have 11 of 12 teams ready to go but are looking for another blogger to be part of the league. For more info about the bloggers involved, see this post from TINO Sports Page. If you're interested, leave a comment and let us know.


LJ said…
Hopefully we will catch that fish today!

Eric Frierson said…
I'm game!
Anonymous said…
Brian Westbrook or Thomas Jones
Westbrook. Check out the spreadsheet on my Average Ranking Posts - the "experts" give Westbrook an average draft ranking of 6.84 and Thomas Jones a 26.23 - big difference. Of course these experts aren't always right but I think there's substantially more upside to Westbrook than Jones. Also, Jones just strained his right calf muscle in practice this past weekend - he "hopes" to be ready for the opener ( Not cool. Leon Washington is also historically better in the red zone than Jones, meaning many TDs may head to Leon instead. Granted, the Eagles are likely to use Buckhalter to temper Westbrook, but Westbrook remains "their versatile offensive centerpiece" - that quote comes from the Pro Football Prospectus 2007, who by the way projects Westbrook to have about 700 more total yards and 5 more TDs than Jones. Take projections for what they're worth, but does seem to know what they're talking about. Hope that helps.

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