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131st Draft Pick wins OverAchiever Award
Ahmad Bradshaw (Average pick: 98.4, Average Round: 10th)—Bradshaw’s 838 yards is tied for third in the NFL with Chris Johnson.
Mike Williams, TB—I couldn’t even find the draft data for Williams, meaning that he wasn't even in the top 50 WRs drafted this season. He’s put up 40 catches for 627 yards and 5 scores, accumulating 93 fantasy points.
3: Terrell Owens (Average pick: 91.5, Average Round: 10th, 140 fantasy points)—Third in the NFL in receptions and yardage, and scoring 7 TDs, Owens was avoided by many fantasy owners and was looking to be circling the drain. If this season isn’t evidence enough for a Hall of Fame bid, I don't know what is.
2: Peyton Hillis (Average pick: 84.9, Average Round: 10th, 124 fantasy points)—Hillis was undrafted in a surprising amount of leagues. 726 yards and 8 TDs later, Hillis was a Free Agency steal and has proved to be the only dominating presence on the lowly Browns.
1: Over Achiever Award Winner: Kyle Orton (Average pick: 131.7, Average Round: 14th, 176 fantasy points)—Orton is completing 62 percent of his 350 passes, with eight yards per pass. He is second only to Rivers in yardage and yards per game. For a 14th rounder, its hard to ask for more.