First, here’s last week’s results (4-5 last week, 17-11 for the season):
Jason Campbell –L-217 yds, 1 TD, 1 INT, 6 rush yds, 1 TD
Matt Schaub –W-259 yds, 1 INT, 6 rush yds, 1 FumL
Brian Leonard –W-18 yds, 23 rec yds
Earnest Graham –W-29 yds, 17 rec yds
Bernard Berrian –L-78 yds, 1 TD
Chris Chambers –L-73 yds
Chris Cooley –L-105 yds, 1 TD
Kansas City –L-20 pts, 4 sacks, 1 FumR, 2 INTs
Olindo Mare –W-4 pts
On to week 7:
Jon Kitna – He’ll be better than he was in his last game, but not good enough to be worth starting.
Chad Pennington – Not even the Bengals can fix the funk he’s in right now.
I’m sticking with Brian Leonard and Earnest Graham again. Even though they get the bulk of their team’s carries right now, the running game hasn’t been accomplishing much for these teams lately. You’re better off starting guys like Marion Barber and Maurice Jones Drew–even though they don’t get as many carries, they have good enough offensive lines to do much more with those they do get.
Torry Holt – Holt’s numbers have been down a little this year, plus he has only scored TDs against the weaker defenses.
Ronald Curry – Curry won’t get much against the Chiefs, who are the sixth-best team against the pass.
Eric Johnson – He had a TD last week, but things are still a mess for the New Orleans passing game.
Chicago- Brian Westbrook will tear them up like Adrian Peterson did last week.
Jason Hanson – The Bucs won’t give up many points against weaker teams.Sports With Issa Asad