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: Strong arms of the summer, beneficial changes, pull-your-hair-out players, disturbingly popular celebs and those that makes us laugh.
Top 5 pitchers selections for a fantasy league starting today
Top 5 players who would benefit from a change of scenery
Top 5 fantasy players that are driving you crazy this season
Top 5 most disturbingly popular entertainment figures
Top 5 funniest people currently in show business
Reader response to last week's High Fives
How can you not have the Bears as one of the top 5 best defensive teams? Last year, they were one of the best teams defensively and they didn't have Mike Brown or Brian Urlacher healthy. The young guys on the defensive line are just going to get better and you can't say you wouldn't want Jerry Azumah and Brown in your secondary. But, the most important thing of all is that Urlacher is healthy! – Frank, Chicago, IL
I am outraged at your selection of the top 5 RBs. In 15 opportunities, not one of you chose Curtis Martin. A guy wins the rushing title, is in an elite class with only the great Barry Sanders (11 straight 1,000 yard seasons to start a career), and he's still got Kevin Mawae in front of him and the best play-fakes this side of Peyton Manning with Chad Pennington. He should be up there instead of Jamal Lewis, the Priest or, at least, Kevin Jones. Sheesh! – Ethan, New York, NY
Year after year, Denver fashions a top 5 offense. Year after year, no Bronco makes the so-called experts' fantasy elite list, save Jason Elam. Last year, Jake Plummer topped the 4,000 yard mark, tied John Elway's team single-season TD record (27) and had two 1,000 yard receivers in Ashley Lelie and Rod Smith. Denver's featured backs combined for 1,500-plus yards (for the zillionth consecutive season) and, yet again, Bronco players are absent in the High Fives. But you know what? I'll keep drafting fantasy football's best kept secrets and piling up wins in my fantasy leagues. – Lopez, Mexico City
Why isn't there any mention of Tom Brady in the top 5? All of those other guys have one thing in common – they are losers! – Michael, Boston, MA
Regarding Mike from New York's comments last week – Mike Schmidt may well be Mr. Philly, and good for him. But to complain about Schmidt being under Edgar Martinez in consideration for the Top 5 Mr. Team list only shows ignorance. Edgar Martinez defines loyalty and leadership to a team. He played out his career for a team through thick and thin, and played to a level that made him a legend (deserving to be the first Hall of Fame DH; MLB DH Award and streets named after him). He influenced other players to an extensive level – Anyone catch A-Rod the other day giving credit to Edgar for helping making his career as successful as it is so far? Schmidt, great as he is, cannot compare. – Jordan, Stanford, CA