The following players are selected in the rounds after their name. Thus, you can draft them in the previous round if you have a good draft pick. For example, pick #6 to 10. For example, if Brian Urlacher is drated in the second round, you must draft him in the first. If Dante Hall is drafted in the fifteenth round, you must draft him in the fourteenth round. Note: These players are always drafted in the round given; choose wisely.
Roy Williams (FS): 7 Tony Gonzalez: 12 Deangelo Hall: 13 Ed Reed: 8 Larry Fitzgerald: 10 D. Akers: 21 Shane Lechler: 23 Rashaun Woods: 31 Jim Kleinsasser: 20 Clinton Portis: 2 Brian Urlacher: 2 Steven Jackson: 27 Roy Williams (WR): 8 Lee Evans: 15 Dante Hall: 15 Reggie Williams: 16 Justin Smith: 5 Julius Peppers: 3
Use the following steps to get Charles Woodson in franchise mode. Sign LB Jason Gildon or John Mobley then trade him with a first round and perhaps second round pick, and get Charles Woodson and a third round pick. After you get him, re-sign him for seven years and his morale should go up.
In the fantasy draft, there are obvious stars that fit perfectly into any team but there are also some players how are rated fairly low (85 or below) and still seem like they cannot be stopped:
Jerome Bettis HB Chris Gamble CB R. Mathis CB Eli Manning QB Warrick Dunn HB Micheal Lewis WR Kenny Mixon LE Kenchi Udeze RE R.W. McQuarters CB Ben Roethelisburger QB Corneilius Griffin DT (rated 87) Reggie Wayne WR
Some player are highly rated, but arguable do not perform as they should.
Mike McKenzie CB Edgerrin James HB Issac Bruce WR Matt Hasselbeck QB Chris Hovan DT Corey Dillion Takeo Spikes Ted Washington