Can't go wrong with Brady, mcnabb is iffy but I feel worth a backup choice. You're RB's and WR's are surprisingly weak for a 10 team league to be honest. After Peterson you have wells who could breakout this year but I'm not sure it will happen, forsett will prolly be hurt by week 4, and bradshaw is an average RB3. Fitz is a risky pick this year but he is still reliable. Crabtree is pretty iffy but I won't hate on the pick at all, he is a probable WR to do some work. You're main problem is depth. Your team will be a lot better if you can get more depth both at RB and WR.
Im actually gonna go against the grain here and say that you have a solid team. Your depth players have some of the easiest schedules which can overcome talent deficiencies. Beanie, Forsett, Crabtree, Mike Williams and Dez all have easy schedules and should really come on when it matters most late in the fantasy season. Theyre also young and without any injury history so you should be able to count on them during that time.
Fitgerald, Crabtree and Mike Williams should all break 75+ receptions (with Fitz likely to break 90+ rec), thats pretty key for a ppr league. I also believe in the Dez hype, Roy Williams isnt a viable redzone target, Ive seen too many balls sail over his head for his lack of athleticism, and miles austin is not any kind of freak athlete either (I remember when he tried to dunk on the uprights and failed miserably). Dez and Witten should be the best passing threats in the redzone, especially given how inept Barber and Felix have been since last season in that regard.
Celek is also one of my favorites in PPR formats, he proved to be reliable last year and his budding bromance with Kolb will only improve his outlook this year.