I can see this team making a run in the playoffs but calling it a championship team is a stretch.
Sure there's upside to Forte and Wells but those are HUUUUUUUUUUGE question marks. Forte has failed to deliver so far and with Martz calling the plays how often is he really going to be touching the ball? Wells is splitting time with Hightower. As the season goes on he could cash in on a higher percentage of carries but I wouldn't bank on that.
While I think upside is a great thing to have, I personally believe it's great to have in the #2 and #3 spots but you gotta have someone you can count on week in / week out. To say the least, even with Wells and Forte's upside, no matter how you look at it, best case scenerio there will be weeks they blow up and weeks they fizzle. I just can't see them performing consistantly.
Having your starting QB and a starting WR on the same team is a gamble. If Rodgers has a slow week, that's a huge dent in your score, but when they cliq it's going to be glorious. Overall, Rodgers should be a beast this year and even though Jennings will gain the most from this, Driver should benefit as well. Either way you have Harrison who should be solid as always.
Personally, there's too many question marks with this team for me to say "Oh yah... that's a championship team there". Do you have a shot at it? Sure... but the starts need to be in line. Also... have you taken a look at your week 14/15/16 matchups? Even the best fantasy teams can get buried in the playoffs if they have terrible matchups. Similarly, I've seen teams barely make it into the playoffs and then win the championship based on favorable matchups. It's not where I'd focus all my energy but it's worth taking a look at. I always consider that when making trades. It doesn't make the decision for me but it might tip the scales in a tough trade.
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