In ESPN.com leagues, McNabb ranked as the No. 7 quarterback. In my league, he was No. 12. However, he only played in 10 games because of a knee injury. McNabb had four 300-yard games, 18 touchdowns and six interceptions. The good news is that he looks like he'll be 100 percent entering 2007. McNabb's a lock to be productive when healthy and has a very good offensive line. The bad news is that he's missed 13 games over the past two seasons, and the Eagles lost probably their most dangerous receiver in Donte Stallworth. Also, keep in mind that Philadelphia excelled last season when their offense was balanced, which could mean fewer passing yards for McNabb. All things considered, McNabb is worth the risk. He should be among the top six or seven quarterbacks off the board. If he stays healthy, McNabb can be one of the game's top fantasy producers. Just make sure you have a solid backup.