I disagree with everyone else. High risk-Moderate reward.
The Bad: Your team would be amazing 2 years ago. Westbrook, Parker and Johnson are almost (if not already) past their prime. Your receivers are above average, but your questionable RB depth will hurt you. The reward may not justify the risk because there is a chance that all of them will have subpar years. If it works out you will look like a genius though.
The Good: I like the nice young talent with Ginn, Roddy White and Ryan. Good balance with the vets and young. Plus, it looks like you are a gambler which is a quality all good FF players have.
Overall: I don't know who you picked first, but you could have had some young talent (Deangelo, Chris Johnson, Slaton) and still picked up Parker and Johnson later on. Or vice versa (Ray Rice, Knowshon in the later rounds with Westbrook at 6). I like to pick the guys with the highest floor in the first 6 rounds and the guys with the highest ceiling for the remaining 9 rounds.
Bottom Line: You will compete for the first half of the year with a risk that your team will collapse due to injuries or lack of production the later half of the year. Barring any injuries or lack of production, fantasy playoffs for sure.
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