20/6/2 for passing
1/10/6 for rushing/receiving, +PPR
5/picks, sacks, FF, FR
1/10 for punt return yardage, 1/20 for KR yardage
roster(required starters) - definite starters, flex/matchup-dependent starters
QB (1) - Matt Schaub, Donovan McNabb
RB (2+) - DeAngelo Williams, Leon Washington, Jamaal Charles, Justin Fargas, Dominic Rhodes, Danny Ware, Peyton Hillis, Ladell Betts
WR (3+) - Greg Jennings, Wes Welker, Brandon Marshall, Earl Bennett, Mark Bradley, Chaz Schilens, Devery Henderson, Jabar Gafney
TE (1) - John Carlson
+1 offensive flex
DL (2+) - Justin Tuck, Jared Allen, Cliff Avril
LB (3+) - Patrick Willis, London Fletcher, Stephen Cooper, Thomas Davis, Lofa Tatupu, Derrick Johnson, Akeem Jordan
DB (3+) - Leodis McKelvin, Quintin Mikell, Brandon Flowers, Michael Lewis, Jarrad Page
+1 IDP flex
- I'm hoping to QBBC and ride matchups and hot hands. Hopefully that won't bite me in the bite, but I'm pretty confident that when Schaub is healthy, he'll be the one I go with. That is, of course, assuming AJohn is healthy.
- RB is a potential weak point, although I'm pretty pleased with my starting 2. Washington is pretty "meh", except in a league that gives PPR and KR/PR yardage, he's a beast. In our league, he was RB9 last season, about a PPG behind Adrian Peterson and a full PPG ahead of Chris Johnson and 2 PPG ahead of MB3 and Marshawn Lynch. I like Charles in PPR, and Fargas has solid potential if D-Mac breaks down again.
- I'm pretty happy with my WRs. All 3 of my starters finished in the top 11 last season, although Marshall obviously may end up less solid this season. I also have 2 guys in Bennett and Bradley with WR2 upside, and I like Chaz Schilens raw skills, although I hate Oakland's situation. Henderson is a deep threat and maybe someday he'll be consistent, but probably not. He's pure upside, just like Schilens, basically.
- DL is obviously a strength. 2 near-guarantees for top 5 fantasy production, and both relatively young
- LB is a bit of a problem, so to speak. I'm set for my LB1, but I have a whole bunch of LB2s with very little upside. I like my depth, but I'm going to have to do some serious matchup juggling. Willis is the only plug-n-play
- DB is similar, because aside from Leodis McKelvin (kick returns), I'm not real strong here. Several decent options, no true studs
We are in the 36th round right now, about 16 more rounds to go. Right now, it's all upside and fliers in drafting, although I have a few guys I'm going to snatch based on potential. I'm kinda surprised they dropped as far as they have, so that means they'll get snatched right out from underneath my feet as the draft snakes its way back to us.
Our rookie draft is being held immediately after the veteran draft. I have the 1.03, 1.12, 2.01, 3.12, 4.01, etc in the rookie draft. I know who I'm targeting at 1.03, but I'm very interested to see who falls to me at 1.12 and 2.01.