I drafted at the turn, pick 10, 11, 29, 30, etc... PPR, .25 per completion, standard yahoo scoring other than that
At this pick, I ended up starting WR, WR, which I have never done before, but I feel there is some late RB talent to be had.
QB: McNabb WR: Andre Johnson WR: Randy Moss WR: Chad Ochocinco RB: Ryan Grant RB: Darren McFadden TE: Greg Olson Flex: Cedric Benson K: n/a Def: GB Packers
Bench: Matt Ryan, QB Felix Jones, RB Reshard Mendenhall, RB Lawrence Maroney, RB Donald Brown, RB Percy Harvin, WR Earl Bennett, WR
I feel like I have an amazing core of starting wideouts, good at the QB position. I feel that my running backs are all Boom or Bust, no solid performers, but potential for a couple of them to break out and have good seasons.
Anyway, thoughts are appreciated, leave a link and I can check out your team
2012 Playoff Bound Teams Team1: QB: Stafford RB: McCoy, Mendy WR: CJ, VJax, Stevie Johnson TE: Graham K: Janikowski Def: Baltimore
Team 2: QB: Eli RB: Rice, Grant WR: Austin, Wallace, Welker Flex: Crabtree TE: Finley
I think you did excellent. Especially going WR/WR to start.
Like DMC, Grant, Benson... decent depth with Felix, Donald Brown may do some things.
Love your starting WR's, obviously. Not a big fan of Harvin though. It will be impossible to determine when to play him I think. Really like the Earl Bennett late pick. I think he'll be looking at 70 receptions this year. Greg Olsen is one of the deeper TE's that could end up being top 5.
Overall, I think you did really well. I'd look for one more WR that I know will produce since Harvin and Bennett have some question marks, but that is just me. They could both easily have fantastic years. Good luck!
I like the WR/WR start. Your RBs have a lot of potential like you said, but your WR depth is weak (but obviously you're gonna rely on your 2 studs). Hopefully you can trade away one of those RB after a big game early in the season for an upgrade at WR. It's nice to have McNabb and Ryan so you have some flexibility. You can play your QB based on matchups as both are pretty decent.