QB - I like the Palmer pick. I'm sure you get him extremely late in the draft and if he performs to where we have seen him, there is no reason why he can't be a top QB with 85, Coles and Henry to throw the ball too.
RB - Great depth. It seems like you're going to be playing matchups with Smith, Moreno and Grant, but there is nothing wrong with that. All of them can perform.
WR - This is where I am a little worried. I do like Calvin as your WR1, but I would try and upgrade your WR2. I'm sold on Gonzalez as a WR3, but I feel that he is a lower end WR2 IMO.
TE - Pretty self explanatory, with Cutler Olsen can definitely become a top 5 TE.
I think Palmer could perform well this year now that he's healthy. Bulger isn't much of a back up but hopefully you won't need him except for bye-weeks. Rbs are solid with Turner being your week in week out starter and you can switch between Grant, Smith and Moreno who I like as a semi-sleeper this year. Wrs are so-so, Megatron will be a beast this year but I'm not sure about AGonz/Jackson being your number 2. I like their potential but they haven't proven anything that shows them as number 2 WRs. I really like Olsen this year with the addition of Cutler and Mille ris a fine back up.
QB: I'm not very big on Palmer. I really think Cin is a train-wreck that's about to completely derail, and will take down a very good arm with it. Bulger obviously isn't worth much either, but i'm sure you didn't waste a high pick on either of them. The QB position is very important, i'd probably look to make a move here
RB: Nice - good trade bait as you won't need them all
WR: As has been pointing out, this isn't strong. If only you had a flex spot instead of a 3rd WR spot. I know usually drafts are heavy on RBs, but when you have 3 WRs, then there's a sudden premium on WRs. You REALLY need to keep a keen eye on the WW to pick up one of the big surprise WRs of this year (they have them every year) and perhaps trade a RB to make a move here.
The rest aren't bad.
My recommendation is to try to find someone who needs some RB help and try to secure a top WR or QB. Overall, though, a good team, it's just a shame that you can't use 3 RBs instead of 3 WRs.
PS - Thanks for the comments on my post!
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I think your taking a huge gamble at the QB position...Carson has yet to prove anything since his injury and Cincy got rid of the wrong guy(Housh), they should of dropped OchoCince...Bulger won me a championship back in the 80's...lol....In a 10 man league i think you could of gotten Ryan, Rogers, Hasselbeck...others that have much more upside
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QB: Palmer is a bit of a gamble especially with that O line he's standing behind...everyone's been eyeing a healthy Palmer to make things happen in Cincy but I'll believe when I see it. Cincy's run game is spear headed by Cendric Benson...sigh. Well if the O line can gel and give Palmer some breathing room and Benson can take some of the pressure off Carson then maybe he can make things happen. Palmer was getting hammered last season before the injury. Buldger...yet another long year for him.
RB: good depth...Turner and Grant will be your foundation with Smith backing up the rotation. While I don't think Turner will come close to matching last year's numbers Grant should pick up the slack and provide some points for ya.
WR: Not bad but not eye popping. You have a stud in CJ and some very good #3 options in KWalter and Gonzalez. DeSean is being heralded as the next big thing but I'm not so sure he'll improve upon last year. Only 5 WR since 88 improved on their rookie years when a rookie had a big productive season...Philly spreads the ball and their WR's corpse is deep this year.
The rest looks good...it sounds crazy but with all this hype surrounding DeSean..package him with Gonzo and get someone to bite and give you a top 8 WR.