I have Wayne in the TE/WR slot. He is better than any TE. I took Shockey where I did b/c I didn't see anyone better than him on the board. As for not seeing my team having an edge over a normal RB/RB strategy do they really have an edge over me? My WR, WR/TE are cleary better than anyone elses. Honestly if you draft RB/RB and one of those guys goes down, you have a big problem, and guess what? I have a good chance of snagging the backup to your stud who just got hurt off the wavier wire. Really drafting RB/RB is just as much about luck as this strategy. I don't think that using this strategy out of the 6th spot was that great, as there were some really good backs I could have taken (Addai, Parker, Rudi) but I went into this league intending to do it, just to try it out, i don't care about this team really. Will I use this strategy in my money league that I actually care about?? Probably not, but it was fun to try and I think it may be a valid. I'm not saying this strategy is better, nor am I telling you to use it. It is just a strategy that I came across and thought would be fun to try and see if it really worked.