I am for putting this out there, but here goes. This is my LB cheatsheet which I am always tweaking. You may notice I have not considered some players from certain teams until I have a better idea of who will be starting in what positions. This includes Indy, Arizona, New England and the Seattle and Washington MLB spot. I've also based this on the presumption that few if any of the rookies will get much playing time. Here goes:1. Bullock TEN2. Lewis BAL3. Edwards SDC4. Urlacher CHI5. Vilma NYJ6. Barnett GBP7. Peterson JAC8. Pierce NYG9. Thomas MIA10. Morgan CAR11. Hartwell ATL12. Fletcher BUF13. Davis CLE14. Farrior PIT15. Brooks TBB16. Spikes BUF17. Brooking ATL18. Sharper SEA19. Arrington WAS20. Cowart MIN21. Greenwood HOU22. Witherspoon CAR23. Clark OAK24. Watson N.O.25. Trotter PHI26. Quarles27. Washington WAS28. Briggs CHI29. Barton NYJ30. Holmes DET31. Nguyen DAL32. Ulbrich SFO33. Wilson DEN34. Kassel TEN35. Williams DEN36. Bell KCC37. Gold DEN38. Simmons CIN39. Foley SDC40. Johnson KCC41. Claiborne STL42. Thurman CIN43. Peterson SFO44. Ruud TBB45. Godfrey SDCLet me say I know I have DJ Williams too low, that has to be corrected. Much will change between now and the start of the season, but this is pretty much how I see the LB's at this early stage of developements. I would not presume to think this is a helpful tool, but might stimulate some discussion that would cause me to tweak it further. Fire away, if you like.