Early Keeper/Dynasty League Thoughts

We know many subscribers are always looking not just toward this season but for future seasons.

With that in mind, here’s a short list of the players to keep an eye on who could start in 2009 and beyond that are under the radar a bit

Quarterback

Kevin Kolb/Philadelphia (Dynasty) – Donovan McNabb looks great but if he gets hurt again, Kolb could be the guy in 2009.

Chad Henne/Miami (Dynasty) – He has a really strong arm and has good ability. He should start by 2010.

Derrick Ward/New York Giants (Dynasty) – Keep in mind he’s on a one-year deal and he won’t start with the Giants so he could be the starter somewhere else in 2009. He’s a powerback that could carry the rushing load for another team.

Tim Hightower/Arizona (Dynasty/Keeper) – I was on him actually on the post-draft podcast we had but I will admit I didn’t think he would be a factor this quickly. His OC Todd Haley said Hightower reminds him of Marion Barber who Haley coached a few years back with Dallas. Not only do I agree with that, I think he has more speed. Get Hightower now if you’re in a dynasty or keeper league.

Leon Washington/New York [...]

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