Fantasy Hall of Fame: 2007 candidates
They are the giant men who make you weep. They are the beasts who are sublime. They are the most rewarding, most unexpected, most startling fantasy football players of 2007. And now they're candidates for ESPN's Fantasy Hall of Fame. Some of these men emerged from obscurity to become cogs in unbeatable fantasy machines. Others rose above past mediocrity to become legends. We're not just talking about fantasy football's highest scorers. We're talking about players who embody the fickle finger of fate that is fantasy football, players drafted far below the level of their eventual performance, surprises who changed the face of the game. They sure were fun to own this season, and they were absolutely no fun to play against.
Christopher Harris is a fantasy baseball, football and racing analyst for ESPN.com. You can e-mail him here.
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