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Dave has been a fan of the NFL since the late '70s and playing Fantasy Football for the last decade.
Dave is a contributing writer at FFToday.com ( www.fftoday.com ), home of the popular Cheatsheet Compiler & Draft Buddy custom cheatsheet and draft tracking tool.
His early 2010 tight end fantasy rankings article was featured on CBS Sports' Fantasy Football homepage and he has been published on USA Today.
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I just read your article that you wrote prior to the McNabb trade and I just want to say thank you for your ongoing efforts in the Eagles Community and your article was another well written one—keep up the great work!
Philadelphia Eagles CL
Good day, Dave,
Please check out my latest article and let me know what you think: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/400899-giants-around-the-world-are-you-ready
You might have forgotten this, because it was such a huge bust no one even remembers his name. But I feel the number one bust of all-time, based on what QB's were past over that year, and only starting 8 games, would have to be:
Todd Blackledge, No. 7 Overall, Kansas City Chiefs, 1983
Consider this: in the 1983 NFL Draft, Blackledge was the second quarterback selected, behind only the No. 1 pick, John Elway. After Blackledge went to the Chiefs at No. 7, four other quarterbacks were drafted in the first round: Jim Kelly, Tony Eason, Ken O'Brien and Dan Marino. Three of those first-rounders went on to have Hall of Fame careers, and four reached at least one Super Bowl. Blackledge, however, never started more than eight games in a season for the Chiefs before ending his career as a backup with the Steelers.
Hey, I just finished writing my first mock draft ever....well...sort of mock draft. Please check it out for me!