Pats4four wrote:Ok, this time round I picked 8th in a 12 team PPR league. We start QB, 2 RBs, 3WRs and 2 Flex as well as TE, K, DEF. Same drill, what do you think and what improvements can be made? Round in (), thanks.
QB - Cutler (7), Garrard (12)
RB - Ch. Johnson (1), Brown (3), Lynch (4), J. Jones (5), McCoy (10), Taylor (13), Maroney (14), M. Bush (16),
Choice (18), R. Jennings (19)
WR - R. Moss (2), Holmes (6), Ginn Jr. (9), Hixon (11), J. Morgan (17)
TE - Olsen (8), Celek (15)
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QB: Cutler's tough to way. He's a phenomenal talent, but does he have the weapons around him to be successfull from a fantasy standpoint? I'm leaning towards yes, as Orton was half decent in that offense. You have a solid backup in
RB: 4 RBs in 5 rounds is normally the way to go. Solid picks in Johnson and Brown, and Jones has some potential to be a sleeper on some teams. I'm sure you know you'll have to wait on Lynch for a few weeks, but patience is a virtue. You absolutely have 2 studs to start here, but I'd be wary of your flex position since you start 2. Lynch will be there I'm sure eventually, but the first few weeks might be challenging for that position
WR: Absolute stud in Moss, you'll be set there. Holmes is a very solid #2, and Ginn Jr., Hixon, and Morgan all have enough potential to be a viable #3 WR. I really like your WR corps because your top 2 are proven and your last 3 have tremendous upside.
TE: I think Olsen will be the sleeper of the year at the TE position. And if it's not him, I believe Celek could potentially be. Love your TE's. Especially since you have Cutler too.
Overall, I really like it. I have questions about what you're going to do about your flex position, but usually if you plug guys in with high upside, you'll come out with the benefits. I feel like you definitely have upside at your WR position to fill the void until Lynch gets back.