I had the number one overall pick, as you can probably guess by my half backs (AP is on my list), and I think I did an okay job of grabbing as much value as possible when my picks came up. I find it very difficult to draft from the #1 spot, due to the 20 picks that take place between picks. What I tried to do was, in the later rounds, grab rookies that I thought could bring some value to my team, rather than taking veterans that I know won't really do anything for my team, so that's why there are so many rookies on my team. I feel like the only mistake I made was probably taking AJ over Moss, but I have some questions about just how well Brady will do. I know a lot of people are expecting great things from him this year, but I've seen it too many times where a QB has an injury like that and comes back to have a very mediocre year because he is unsure of himself and taking hits. I know it's Brady, and he's better than the other people I've seen it happen to, but I still don't want to rely on a guy coming off of that injury.
I like my HB's (obviously, I have AP, and what's not to love about him?). I like my #1 WR, and took, what I think is a big risk, on Braylon Edwards. I think Earl Bennett will have a good year this year, as Jay will trust him more than his other WRs. The other guys were long shots in the late rounds, that will hopefully step up and be usable as trades later on. Can't deny Clark's production from the TE spot the last few years. I was between him and Gates, and I figure with Marvin absolutely out of the picture in Indy, and the way Manning has been going to Clark these last couple of years, that sort of production will continue. I took V. Davis near the end of the draft (I think my last pick, actually), mostly for use in the bye week, and potential trade bait. I have no plans to actually use him, but it was my last pick and no one was left, really.
All that said, here's my roster, critique it please:
Adrian Peterson (Min)
Pierre Thomas (Took him because Bush gets hurt so often)
Chris "Beanie" Wells