I have similar league scoring.. and I think your team is solid. QB is probably your weakest position, but I think Hasselbeck will be fine this year - he's definitely due for a come back. Cassel is a bye week filler and Sanchez will probably struggle.. As for your WRs, I'm a TO believer this year, he always does great his first year with a new team, and Housh is solid. if Marshall behaves, you will be set at WR all year. If he busts, then you have 2 guys in AGonz and Walker that would fill in nicely. I think LT will return to being LT this year, and some say Westbrook is underrated this yr.. I would handcuff a few of these guys (I'm a big fan of backing up your starters)...
Your QBs are weak, but I like Hasslebeck for a nice bounce back year with his return to health and some healthy WRs
Your RBs have BIG TIME potential with LT and Westy, but I'm an Eagles fan and I'm really worried about Westbrook this year. He hasn't played yet and the Eagles O-Line is a mess. I like Davis and think he will be the man in Cleveland by week 8, Bradshaw is a good fill in if you need it.
You have plenty of solid WRs to play and put one in as your flex each week if your RBs don't pan out
Well, your RB's are solid but if one gets hurt (and you know at some point Westy will) you have very little behind him. But, by the time westy gets hurt could be the same time Jacobs gets hurt (and you know he'll will too) so Bradshaw beomes the #1 rb for NYG. But that is hoping for a lot.
I like Housh. He and Hasselbeck have clicked in the preseason. TO is TO and he should put up his usual numbers if the Bills O-line can keep Edwards upright. I really like A. Gonzalez filling Harrison's role in Indy. He should be in line for 10+ td's and 1000 + yds.
Your QB's are a weak spot. There was some upside to Cassel, but now he's hurt and could miss up to three games. Hasselbeck has looked good in preseason, but Sea o-line is in shambles. He probably won't make it through the season.
Over all, your team is OK. Solid at RB (barring injury), WR are OK, and QB is prett weak.
Strong point of your team is RB's. LT and Westy are getting older but can still put up some big numbers. Just cross your fingers they stay healthy. Your weak point is QB. You are most likley going to start with Hasselback for the first 2 or 3 weeks and when Cassel does come back he is going to have brand new offensive cordinators to learn. Sadly KC is in a tough spot right now. WR isn't strong but not weak either. TO is going to be 1 of 2 things this year, a stud or a dud. I don't think there will be any middle ground with him. I might look around to see what you can do to sure up your QB's and maybe WR's. Good luck!
I would lose a QB - most likely Sanchez (unless it is keeper and you have to have him). After dropping Sanchez pick up a high risk/reward RB - not sure who is left in your league but you can take a flier on someone. LT and Westy will be monsters as long as they can stay on the field - that's why I like the idea of taking a flier on someone else should one of your studs go down.
Thanks for your response on my original thread. I feel as though besides QB you have a very solid team for 12 team. I think TO will be in very solid form and I hope that Marshall gets his head on straight, if both occur you have a very solid 1-2 WR combo. Obviously LT and Westbrook is very deadly, just hope Westbrook can stay healthy. I think Hasselback will be alright for you and im targeting him in many leagues.
I just did a large $ buyin team tonight if you could rate my draft i'd really appreciate it.
Not a bad team at all. Who do plan to out at your flex? By the way, Cassel isn't an upgrade over Hass in my view. People get stuck on the hype, Cassel was a product of the NE system. That said, I don't think he's horrible (still made plays) but he can only do worse in KC. You don't need 3 qbs, unless you're planning to trade or you're worried about Cassel's injury
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A lot of prayers with this team. Pray that at least one out of Cassel, Hasselback, or Sanchez clicks and delivers numbers this year. Pray that LT and Westbrook stay healthy and studly. Pray that T.O. isn't finished in Buffalo, Matt Hasselback can stay healthy for Housh, and Brandon Marshall can quit crying like a baby and learn the play book. That being said, I love the upside with your back-ups. If all things work out, this will be a great team.