In Arizona, rookie J.J. Arrington already has become a very hot fantasy prospect. He has great upside, and despite hovering around the 5-foot-9 mark, he isn't afraid of contact. Arrington could be a good value pick this year once the top RBs are gone in your draft. Watch the Rams' backfield closely this year. Marshall Faulk is fading, and Steven Jackson will start to emerge as the clear No. 1 fantasy RB on the team and should become a regular starter in many leagues. San Francisco is a veritable fantasy wasteland, as Kevan Barlow is a proven disappointment, and could actually be pushed for playing time by rookie Frank Gore. Darrell Jackson is Seattle's only dependable fantasy receiver. Koren Robinson is on the verge of being an official bust; Joe Jurevicius seems to be an annual injury risk; and Jerome Pathon has always been very inconsistent. Jackson might be the only Seattle receiver worth drafting.
-- Scott Engel, associate editor of Fantasy Games
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