High Fives: Accentuating the negative

Yahoo! Sports' trio of fantasy experts will each offer up, on a regular basis, a look at their top five lists dealing with a variety of topics.

This week's topics: Accentuating the negatives at the quarterback, running back and wide receiver positions, NFL relocation/contraction (sure to be a can of worms), and potential future sites for NFL expansion/relocation.


Brandon
Funston


Mike
Harmon


Matt
Romig


Brandon
Funston


Mike
Harmon


Matt
Romig


Brandon
Funston


Mike
Harmon


Matt
Romig


Brandon
Funston


Mike
Harmon


Matt
Romig

5 worst starting QBs for fantasy football

5 worst starting RBs for fantasy football

5 worst go-to (team's No. 1) WRs for fantasy football

5 NFL teams to relocate/contract, if it was mandated

5 cities that should be next in line for an NFL team

Reader response to last week's High Fives
Top films with Vince Vaughn or Owen Wilson and none of you chose "Royal Tenenbaums?" Amazing. What, did you just start watching movies this year? – Josh, Scaggsville, MD

In the last High Fives column, when talking about players that have been screwed out of being in the Hall of Fame, I understand why nobody put Pete Rose (on the list), though he does deserve to be in there, but why would nobody even come close to mentioning Dominique Wilkins – clearly one of the 50 best players in the league's history and the only player who has given the Hawks respectability since the days of Bob Pettit. I figured he'd be No. 1 on some guy's list, but he wasn't even in the top 5 in any of your lists … and you call yourselves sports writers. – John

In your High Fives article, Mike Harmon states: "Roger Craig – The back who changed how the position was used …" Bill Walsh saw how Bud Grant utilized the talents of Chuck Foreman. Craig does belong in the HOF, however he was not the protoype for the West Coast offense. Keep up the good work, I really enjoy your articles. – Keith, Barre, VT

No "Royal Tenenbaums" on your Owen Wilson/Vince Vaughn list? Have you ever seen that movie? Eli Cash is the best Owen Wilson character ever. Do the words, "Wildcat was written in a kind of obsolete vernacular," mean anything to you? Gah! – Dan, Santa Barbara, CA

Ca-caw, ca-caw. I don't have a question, rather a comment. I just wanted to say that you (Funston) are the only one that nailed the "High Fives: Backs to the Future." "Bottle Rocket" is by far a top 3 Owen/Vaughn movie. I don't know why it is not No. 1 on your lists. That's Applejack! Come on! – Stephen

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