- St. Louis Rams QB, Sam Bradford. Bradford has showed promise with 7 touchdowns and over 1,300 yards passing throughout the first 6 weeks. Although he does have 8 interceptions, he has recently found Danario Alexander as his new #1 WR. Bradford led the Rams to a promising 20-17 victory over the San Diego Chargers in week 6 and shows know signs of slowing down.

- Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR, Mike Williams. Williams has averaged 12.3 yards per reception and has caught 3 touchdown passes this season. Although Williams only has 23 receptions on the year, look for the rookie to have a good performance against the Rams in week 7.

- New England Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez. Hernandez has adapted well to Tom Brady and the Patriot offense. Although Aaron hasn’t caught any touchdown passes this season, he has over 300 yards receiving and is averaging 13.7 yards a reception. Hernandez is a big target at 6’1 and 245 pounds. Look for him to connect with Brady in the coming weeks for some TD’s.

- Detroit Lions DT, Ndamukong Suh. Suh is looking promising in his first season in the NFL. Suh has 17 tackles and 4 assists with 4.5 sacks on the year. He also has showed his athletic ability with an interception in week 5 against the Rams. Look for Suh to improve over the coming weeks.

- Philadelphia Eagles FS, Nate Allen. Allen had a decent week 6, tying his career tackles record with 5. Nate has looked good this season with 23 combined tackles, 1 sack, and 3 interceptions. Look for Nate to keep up the good work this week against the Titans.


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  1. Adam P. says:

    I got one you missed… James Starks (RB – Green Bay Packers). :D

  2. Keith says:

    KC rookie McCluster…..