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Slight shuffle with Finley behind Driver at CBSSports.com, but otherwise the same.
I love Rodgers, but I actually don't see myself eager to draft any other Packers. Grant seems like a solid 3rd RB instead of a No. 2 guy, but he should be gone by the end of the 2nd round. Jennings would be a great No. 2 WR, but he's a little weak as your top WR and unlikely to remain available into the 5th round. Finley is still a risky pick because he's more potential than past greatness. Driver would be a great flex or bye week option. The Packers D would be a good choice because the non-division schedule includes teams from the AFC East and NFC East that have some questionable offenses.
Who do you think is going to better (or worse) than expected?
I've got more details after the jump.
Rodgers. He's the No. 1 QB overall at NFL.com, while he's behind Drew Brees and Peyton Manning at CBSSports.com.
Grant. He's a good runner but not automatic near the goal line and not much of a receiver. He's the No. 14 RB at NFL.com and No. 11 at CBSSports.com.
Jennings. He'll have a great 2010 season, but he only had 4 TDs in 2009, so he should be down on a number of lists. He's No. 12 WR at NFL.com and No. 14 at CBSSports.com.
Finley. He comes at No. 6 among TEs at NFL.com and No. 7 at CBSSports.com.
Driver. At age 35, it appears there is some fantasy skepticism about him. He's the No. 31 overall WR at NFL.com, and No. 24 at CBSSports.com.
Packers D. They come in as the No. 4 overall defense at NFL.com, and No. 7 at CBSSports.com.