QB: Tony Romo – NFC’s top improviser. Easily buys time. Consistently prolongs plays. Combined with dynamic supporting cast, over/under 4,000 yards, 30 touchdowns.
RB: Felix Jones – Most feared home run threat RB. Big-play ability=expendable Marion Barber. Electrifying open field runner. Just as dangerous as pass catcher. Starting to realize potential. Guaranteed 1,500+ total yards.
FB: Leonard Weaver – Picks up tough yards in third and short. Excellent hands. Plays key role. Hands full in Philly’s offense. Undervalued contributor.
WR: DeSean Jackson – NFC’s best receiver with YAC. Presence gives Jeremy Maclin 1,200+ yards. Explosiveness is unmatched. One play game-changer.
WR: Hakeem Nicks – Next Brandon Marshall, minus baggage. Nightmare to tackle. Red zone mismatch. Fell to late 1st?
TE: Fred Davis – Close call. Donovan will bring out best. Needed more than Celek and Witten. 8-9 touchdowns.
OT: Jamaal Brown, Trent Williams.
OG: Leonard Davis, Chris Snee.
C: Andre Gurode
DE: Trent Cole – About as productive as they come. Reliable as run stopper. Force to be reckoned with as pass rusher. Most irreplaceable DL.
DE: Justin Tuck – Solid as a rock. Knack for ball. Always making plays. Impact cannot be underestimated.
DT: Jay Ratliff – Really coming along. Attracts double teams. Size-strength combo draws attention. Lightning-quick for nose tackle in 3-4.
LB: DeMarcus Ware – Crowd pleaser. Tremendous skill set. Will not be silenced. Superior instincts. Will he impress us even more?
LB: Brian Orakpo – The next DeMarcus Ware? Only going to get better. Plays with chip on shoulder.
LB: Michael Boley – Flourishes to make up for loss of Antonio Pierce. Steps in to lead. Keep an eye on him.
LB: Stewart Bradley – Returns stronger than ever after missing ’09. Performance will earn trip to Honolulu.
CB: Asante Samuel – Most daring ball hawk. Always around the ball. Incredible closing speed. Expect 2-3 defensive scores. Ability to win you a game.
CB: Terrell Thomas – Narrowly edges Big D’s 1-2 punch and teammate Corey Webster. Eclipses last year’s output. Aggressiveness lands him spot.
S: Kenny Phillips – Antrel Rolle gets the pub, he receives the nod. Former Hurricane will feed off Rolle. Outstanding talent waiting to shine.
S: Nate Allen – Another case where his teammate (Quintin Mikell) is more recognized. Rookie from USF makes impact right away unlike fellow rival LaRon Landry of Washington. I feel he’s going to make a lot of GM’s and QB’s upset.