That's a tough one. Certainly nobody to get excited about. Let's start in the backfield. Who's more NOW -- DeAngelo Williams or DeShaun Foster? Answer: neither. The two backs figure to share carries, meaning neither holds much value as a fantasy starter. Williams is the more intriguing pick. He showed ability at times as a rookie, but was hampered by injuries and an ineffective line. If Foster goes down and the line improves, Williams holds value as a mild sleeper, but I'm not seeing it. As for Foster, he's entering his fifth NFL season and has never run for more than three touchdowns or 897 yards. Not to mention he's an injury risk. Drafting Foster is not a good idea under any circumstances. Then there are Carolina's quarterbacks. Jake Delhomme is coming off a disappointing year where he threw for 2,805 yards, 17 touchdowns and 11 INTs in 13 games. If you like to wait on quarterbacks, teaming up Delhomme with another veteran and picking your spots wouldn't be a bad idea. Remember, he did throw for a combined 53 touchdowns in 2004 and 2005. However, also remember that the Panthers picked up David Carr in the offseason, meaning Delhomme will be on a short leash.