I like your team. The only thing I would like to see different on it is a top notch WR. But your WR right now are all goo still. I guess you could try and have a better back up RB in case LT goes down.
QB's: A+plus Brady will be a stud again this year - landing him at #21 was an absolute steal. Hass as backup is an excellent #2. You're set here.
RB's: A-minus I took LT 4th as well - I think he's going to have a great season this year. He's healthy, hungry, and SD's offense is going to be top-notch. It's a little risky, but could (I hope!) pay-off.
Grant is in-line for a good season, too. GB's offense should be high-scoring, and Grant is the main/feature back - should get a good number of TD's, and I think his yardage totals will be much better than last year.
FWP is a very nice FLEX option, and Taylor could even be used, depending on how NE uses him throughout the season. Fargas and Morris are just roster fillers.
WR's: C-minus Ocho Cinqo could have a decent year - although I think C. Henry will ultimately be better. But, him and Palmer have a good rapport, so he could be OK.
Royal could be very good this year. DEN needs to get Marshall (or another big WR) on the field to deflect coverage away from him, but I think he fits well into DEN's offense, and Orton seems to like getting him the ball. Could very well end up being your best option @ WR this year.
I just don't believe in B. Edwards. He still has the dropsies, and CLE hasn't yet decided on a starting QB. Their offense isn't going to be that much of a threat to defenses. He could be OK this season, but I wouldn't count on it.
TE: B Keller should be a good option - and I think the Jets will use him even more with Sanchez @ QB. I think you're fine here.
DEF: B Bears have a good defense - not sure if it's going to be a Top 3 to 5 defense, but it could be. Still, nabbing them in the 12th round was a good pick, and I think for most weeks, they will be a good starting option for you.
K: A Crosby should get a lot of opportunities to boot FG's and XP's. Solid last-round pick on a kicker.
QB- Tom Brady RB - LT RB - Ryan Grant WR - Chad Ochocinco WR - Braylon Edwards WR/RB - Willie Parker TE - Dustin Keller DEF - Chicago K - Mason Crosby Bench - Eddie Royal, Earl Bennett, Sammy Morris, Hasselback, Justin Fargas, Fred Taylor.
I took LT 7th pick and think he still has something left in the tank. Ryan Grant isn't bad for a RB2... the team must have confidence in him since they didn't even draft a rb. Absolutely love 85's prospects this year; he's worth a 3rd round pick but it looks like you got him 4th or 5th. Edwards was undervalued as well; maybe if they can figure out the qb situation and if the browns would just take J Lewis out and let Davis run, they'll be scoring a lot more this year. Not crazy about fast willie; i'd think about sticking eddie royal in the flex if orton shows he can throw.
Bennett's a good sleeper. Morris Fargas and Taylor lack upside potential... and do you need that many rbs? Hasselbeck is as solid of a QB2 as they come.