It is time ladies and gentlemen of Bruno Boys Nation to introduce you to the fantasy draft that tops all fantasy drafts. Yes, folks, we’ve saved the best for last—the Bruno Boys Fantasy Football Expert League Draft.
We’ve searched the nation far and wide to gather the best fantasy football experts out there. After all, if you want to be the best, you have to beat the best. These guys and gal don’t fool around. It’s strictly business, and with that in mind, we’re jumping right into the ROUND Five results of the Bruno Boys Fantasy Football Expert League Draft.
Below, check out to see how Round Five played out in the Bruno Boys Fantasy Football Expert League Draft which was played out at MyFantasyLeague.com. The scoring system is “standard” scoring and each team starts one QB, two RBs, three WRs, one TE, one K, and one DEF.
2009 Bruno Boys Expert League Draft - Round Five Results
5.01 RapidDraft.com: Santonio Holmes (Pit)
5.02 Fantasy Football Librarian: Donovan McNabb (Phi)
5.03 Fantasy Sharks: Roy Williams (Dal)
5.04 Fantasy Pros 911: Larry Johnson (KC)
5.05 Athlon/Grogan Fantasy Football: Jay Cutler (Chi)
5.06 Yahoo!: Tony Romo (Dal)
5.07 Roto Wire: Jonathan Stewart (Car)
5.08 Roto World: Lee Evans (Buf)
5.09 FantasyFootball.com: Anthony Gonzalez (Ind)
5.10 Owner’s Edge/Fan Ball: Marshawn Lynch (Buf)
5.11 Bruno Boys Fantasy Football: Thomas Jones (NYJ)
5.12 Fantasy Football Xtreme: Ray Rice (Bal)
Bruno Boys Fantasy Football Pick: With the 59th overall pick we debated on grabbing our WR3, RB3 or targeting one of the top three TE’s but ultimately felt it was best to snag a running back to add depth and protect our selection of Knowshon Moreno in the fourth round.
All along we had hoped that Marshawn Lynch would fall to us at 5.11 but he was taken by Owners Edge/Fan Ball just one pick before us at 5.10.
Still sticking true to our plan we opted for one the most controversial running backs of the preseason in Thomas Jones of the New York Jets. Despite being a top-five running back last season, many fantasy football owners’ are writing off Jones’ and thinking he will be a BUST in 2009.
Trust us we aren’t expecting Jones to repeat his 2008 season. In fact we ranked him as a Pepto BUST pick entering the season, but we felt it was good value at the end of the fifth round and when the matchup is right the veteran will be a solid option.
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