What are some of the surprises?
I think the first thing to note is that Vince Manuwaiis listed as the starting right guard. This shouldn't really be much of a surprise given Manuwai and Smiley's performance on Saturday night.
Cecil Newton is listed as the back up center, ahead of John Estes. I assume this is because of the injury to Estes, as I feel he's outplayed Newton.
Zach Potter is listed as the 3rd tight end over Zach Miller, who I feel is really the No. 2 TE. I have to believe this is due to injury reasons limiting Zach Miller's play time.
At the wide receiver position, Troy Williamson is listed as the primary back up telling me he's the team's No. 3 wide receiver and should make the roster. The most interesting thing about the wide receiver is where Tiquan Underwood is listed. He's behind both Clarence Denmark and Kassim Osgood, furthering my belief he will be relegated to the practice squad once again.
At the safety position, to no one's surprise the starters are listed as Anthony Smith at SS and Gerald Alexanderat FS. Reggie Nelson, who no doubt lost the starting position on Saturday, is listed as the primary back up ahead of converted corner Tyron Brackenridge.
At linebacker, veteran Teddy Lehmanand new comer Alvin Bowen are listed as primary back ups along with Russell Allen.
On the defensive line, Jeremy Mincey is listed as Harvey's primary back up at DE and Walter Curry is ahead of Leger Douzable at defensive tackle however, I do not think Walter Curry makes the roster over Douzable.
It's hard to really gage what this new depth chart all means, but what are your feelings/thoughts?
Mind you, this is still considered an "unofficial" depth chart.