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Weekend Draft Prep

CBS Sportsline has a nice article on 2nd year QBs Cutler, Leinart, Young, and Jackson (when does Tarvaris Jackson ever get mentioned in the same breath with those other guys?). They include projections for 2007 for these guys as well as some historical stats of how other QBs like Peyton, McNabb, Leftwich, Big Ben, etc performed in their sophomore year.

Need some help with those later rounds of the draft? Bruno Boys has you covered with their The Bruno Boys 2007 Fantasy Football Draft: Rounds 11-16 article as well as the rest of the draft in Rounds 6-10 and Rounds 1-5. Each pick has a sentence of commentary, too, which adds a little something. Check em out.

Worried about Donald Driver and where his foot injury might put him in the rankings? Well you're going to have to wait until Monday to find out any further details - not what most who are drafting this weekend wanted to hear, I'm sure. For the latest info, check out SI's Doctors Encouraged by Driver. [photo: packersnews.com]

And finally I'm sure I've posted links to this site before, but be sure to check out The Huddle's Draft Kit - they have a lot of free material and if you're down to crunch time here and need some cheatsheets and mock drafts for really any type of draft (auction, keeper, IDP), you'll be glad you read these.

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