4.05 Sidney Rice
He may not be the No. 1 red zone target I prefer in a WR1 for my team, but I like his upside after breaking out last year with more than 1,300 yards, 15.8 YPC and 8 TDs. Brett Favre's arrival certanly played a part, but we should also give Rice some credit in developing during his third year - an evidenced-based trend in WR progression. I'm not as worried as many may be about Favre's return. If he was that worried about his ankle he wouldn't be standing on a high school field chucking the ball around, instead would be in Vikings' camp getting treatment by a top-notch sports medicine team.
Farve will be under center this season, and I got a nice value pick to make up for my "tragic" picks of the previous two rounds (Note: sarcism). Regarding Rice's injury status; it's training camp. I'm drafting for the regular season.
Team - Michael Turner, Jonathan Stewart, Joseph Addai, Sidney Rice