Okay, a rules rant first. I HATE the locked in position #s rule. The only thing it does is attempt to level the playing field between people that take time and do research, and people that don't. If there's a bunch of newbies in the league, and it's predetermined that you're doing it for that reason, fine. But otherwise I would do everything I could to try to get that rule changed for next year so you have more roster flexibility. That rule is one of my pet peeves. And another question on that...you have 2QBs and 1TE on your roster when you start 2QBs and 1TE. What do you do when a bye week comes? Do you have to drop a starter? That would be insane. If position numbers are locked in, you have to have backups. Something seems fishy here...
On your roster....unless I'm missing it, it would be helpful to know to size of your league. If this is a 12 or 14 team league you might be okay. Anything less and you're in trouble. QBs are good, esp. that you have to start both. That's your strength, and that's good with 6 pt TD passes. IMO RBs are weak. I don't like Barber this year, and I don't think anyone is big on LJ. At this point I wouldn't draft Lewis even w/ my last pick, and McGahee is someone you can carry, hoping to catch lightning-in-a-bottle, but is probably dead weight. With Barber and LJ, it really depends on what round you drafted them in. I'm assuming something like 3rd/4th, but the problem is I don't see a true 1st or possibly even 2nd rounder (depending on league size) on your team. WRs are moderate. I'm low on Owens, but he's a starter...pray there. I do like Jackson as a WR2. One of Holmes, Moss, and Burleson will likely become a good WR3 starter and the rest good depth.
For the "anything I can do?" question....the main problem I see is a lack of "assets"....guys that other teams would covet in a trade. I would say your best assets are the QBs. Try to see if you could use Manning's name to get good value for him in a trade. Try to package Manning and McGahee for a Schaub/Ryan/Cutler type guy plus a RB2. Something like a Grant, Jacobs, or Portis. Yes, you'd likely be a little weaker at QB, but I see it as critical that you upgrade your RBs somehow. Maybe you could do that deal w/ McNabb instead of Manning (fingers crossed?)
As far as the pickups...the first thing you should do is watch the roster cuts today. If Jamal Lewis is cut, as many media outlets are saying may happen, then snatch up James Davis immediately. It's a small chance (he plays in Cleveland), but he may be the RB2 that would really change the outlook for your team. If that doesn't happen, I probably don't pick Davis up, though you could consider doing it still, dropping McGahee, and having Davis as a handcuff, albeit weak, for Lewis. Otherwise, I do like Ahmad Bradshaw. Brandon Jacobs misses games to injury every year, Derick Ward is not around anymore, and Bradshaw will play and have value even in games that Jacobs does play in. I would draft Bradshaw before Lewis and McGahee in every draft in every format I was in.
Hope this helps....please rate my roster.http://www.fantasyfootballcafe.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=44&t=443185