The release of Quincy Carter might be significant for fantasy owners. While we haven't seen Carter as a popular pick so far -- he's being drafted in only 12.5 percent of leagues -- the fact that he won't be the starting QB could help others. Carter was never the most accurate passer, but Vinny Testaverde could be. This makes Keyshawn Johnson and Terry Glenn more attractive fantasy players. Johnson had one of his best seasons with Testaverde throwing him the ball in 1998, the only time Johnson scored double digits in TDs. And as a second fantasy quarterback, we still wouldn't strongly recommend Vinny, but as a late round pick, like Carter was, take a shot and see if he can duplicate his 2000 success of 3,721 yards and 21 scores.
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