I like taking a proven stud like CJ in a situation he's comfy in + Ronnie Brown over Slaton/Housh.
Slaton was great last year... but he was also a draft steal. I'm not so sure how he pans out picking him late in the 1st/early 2nd round. Same feelings with Chris Johnson. They COULD be huge this year... but it's a slight risk as a very early pick.
With Ronnie you pretty much know what you'll get. He has the potential to be a top 5 RB, but his schedule is rough so temper expectations and just figure he'll be a top 10. Houshs' success came from a lot of double coverage on 85 last year. This year he's the #1 in SEA and who knows how things will work out for him there. Two unknowns don't exactly excite me in the first 4 rounds of a draft. I want proven commodities, along w/ high ceilings.
Brown/Calvin will most likely net more points together than Slaton/Housh imo.
Roll w/ em.
2010 12-team .5PPR
QB - Ryan, Vick
RB - S. Greene, Forte, Stewart, F. Jones, Sproles
WR - Moss, Megatron, NYG Smith, Floyd, M. Williams (TB)
TE - Cooley
D - CIN (week to week)
K - Bironas