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Fantasy Football: All-Bust Team

Fantasy football is the topic for the third straight day on TimLewisSports.com.

Thanks to everyone for the feedback, especially on Twitter. You can easily join the conversation by following me @lewissports. That’s what I love about fantasy sports…everyone has an opinion and they’re not afraid to share it.

I revealed my 2010 All-Sleeper team yesterday, and I showed off my rankings of the top 125 fantasy players the day before that. Today, I announce the 2010 All-Bust team. These are the guys you should try to avoid during your draft.

Let’s get right to it…

2010 All-Bust Team

QB — Donovan McNabb, Philadelphia
RB — Steven Jackson, St. Louis
RB — Joseph Addai, Indianapolis
WR — Steve Smith, Carolina
WR — Dewayne Bowe, Kansas City
TE — Visanthe Shiancoe, Minnesota
DEF/ST — New Orleans Saints

It’s hard to avoid a big name during the draft, but I’m going to tell you to stay away from Donovan McNabb. I just don’t think he’ll carry much fantasy value with the Redskins this season. McNabb doesn’t have anything left in his legs (he’s only run for 287 yards combined over the last two years), he’s an injury risk (he’s already dinged an ankle in the preseason), and the offensive line in Washington is a downgrade from Philadelphia. Not to mention, there’s not enough of a ground game in Washington to open things up for him. Take a flier on McNabb as a backup…don’t trust him as a starter.

I hate to call Steven Jackson a bust because he has talent shooting out of his ears. I just think the weight of carrying a franchise for so many years is finally catching up to him. He’s suffered an injury in each of the last three seasons and had back surgery in April. He’s only 27-years-old, but he’s breaking down because of a crazy workload. I’m not saying he won’t put up points (he’ll be the security blanket for an unproven offense in St. Louis again), but he is the riskiest first round running back available.

People have counted Joseph Addai out for the past couple of years, but he keeps shutting everyone up. I think it’s finally time for him to fade away in fantasy football. If he wouldn’t have scored ten touchdowns last season, he wouldn’t be rated as high in 2010 (I’ve seen him as high as No. 24 overall). Addai becomes a free agent next season, so you can look at that in two ways: he’ll work has tail off so he can bank millions on the market…or Indianapolis will start to give Donald Brown more carries to make sure he’s their running back of the future. I expect the latter to be true.

I really like Steve Smith, but he’s becoming the victim of poor surroundings in Carolina. If he played anywhere else, I wouldn’t have him on this list. You could have made the same argument last year and he still went off for 982 yards and seven touchdowns. I respect guys who excel in bad situations. They don’t give up…they keep grinding away. It’s going to be more difficult to grind with Matt Moore or Jimmy Claussen as the Panthers quarterback this year though. Not to mention, DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart are the nastiest one-two punch in the NFL. Smith’s numbers are sure to fall off a bit this season.

I have no faith in what’s going on in Kansas City, so Dewayne Bowegets a spot on my All-Bust team. The dude was miserable last year. He was suspended four games for using a banned substance, he was in trouble with the new Chiefs coaching staff (even before the suspension), and he just didn’t produce. Bowe only registered 589 yards and four touchdowns in 2009. I’ve read that he showed up to camp in good shape and he appears to be working hard, but we’ll see how long that lasts when Kansas City starts to lose.

It’s difficult to pick an All-Bust tight end, because you never really expect to get much out of that position anyway (unless you have Dallas Clark, Antonio Gates, etc.). Minnesota’s Visanthe Shiancoe makes my squad because there’s no way he’s going to score 11 touchdowns again this year. It helps his cause that Sidney Rice will miss the first half of the season with a hip injury, but I still don’t think that’s enough for him to match last year’s numbers (he had 566 yards on top of the 11 TDs). Shiancoe had ten games where he logged 40 yards or less last season. Without the touchdowns he would have fallen off the fantasy map. That’s what I expect to happen this season.

There’s no way the New Orleans Saintsdefense can repeat what they did last season. The Super Bowl champions scored eight defensive touchdowns and had more game-changing plays than anyone else in the NFL. When your offense scores at will and your defense scores too…that’s a lethal combination. New Orleans let Scott Fujita walk after the season and Darren Sharper is out indefinitely after knee surgery, so the minuses are adding up. I’m not saying the Saints defense is going to suck. I’m just warning you that they won’t wrack up as many points as they did in 2009.

That does it for my All-Bust team. I’d love to know what you think. Please leave a comment below, find me on Twitter @lewissports (like I already mentioned above), connect with me on the Tim Lewis page on Facebook, or email me at tim@timlewissports.com. I’m open to any other questions you have as well.

My fantasy football articles have generated a lot of excitement, so I’ll plan on writing weekly articles throughout the NFL season. That means keep checking back here. It’s going to be a great season!

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