deanpapelbon wrote:Hey guys, thanks for taking a look at my squad. I just drafted in a ppr, 1 QB keeper (5). Please let me know how I did and what I can do to improve. I really appreciate any feedback.
WR: Roy Williams
RB/WR: Lance Moore
B: Earl Bennett
B: Earnest Graham
B: Bernard Scott
B: Chris Henry
B: Rashad Jennings
B: Matthew Stafford
B: Jason Campbell
Not a bad draft. I am assuming you probably reached for the Pittsburgh Defense and that was probably a mistake but it doesn't seem to have hurt much except that you are very weak at backup QB. Campbell could end up being okay but you better be praying that Cutler doesn't get hurt.
I'd be interested to see where you took a lot of these guys, I like that you grabbed some young guys with upside like Bernard Scott, Rashad Jennings, Ray Rice, Knowshon Moreno and Earl Bennett...they will probably pay dividends for you this season in having those guys and perhaps when you're keeping guys next season.
I'm personally not "thrilled" with the WRs you have as I'm not particularly high on either Bowe or Roy Williams but I think you have a pretty solid group there. Fitz might be someone to trade if you get a really good offer but chances are you won't get someone to pay what he's worth and in a keeper, there aren't many better. I wouldn't trade him unless I got someone like Calvin Johnson or Greg Jennings (you'd need something else too if you just got him) and so unless you can work something like that out, I wouldn't bother. Fitz is a top tier talent at WR in this league and while I don't have him as my #1 by any means (and I think you should have taken Calvin over him), he's easily top 5 for the next 3-4 years minimum in my eyes as he's good enough to perform no matter the QB throwing to him.
I like the group of RBs you have, plenty of potential there.
What kind of players are available on the waiver wire? I don't think you need to be carrying 2 TEs personally so I would use that spot to find another RB or WR who has some upside and that you can at least hold onto for now.