goodviking wrote:I would appreciate input on the quality of this draft and where you think I should go for balance
How many do you start at each position (and are there any flexes)? That's critical for rating depth. And if your league scoring is unusual in any way (like PPR), that's essential too.
Anyway, looks like a solid team to me. Can't argue with Schaub at QB. It's kind of a game of chicken staying on the second tier at QB - I'm glad to see you made it without reaching.
RB stable is solid. Rice is a stud. Despite being in a RBBC, Wells is solid (he was very productive down the stretch last year). I like Forte to bounce back this year. RBs who can catch seem to do well under Martz. And Forte is now saying he was playing through an injury all of last year. That may be BS, but he seems to have the burst back in preseason. I wouldn't be surprised if you start struggling whether to start Wells or Forte some weeks. And if he's healthy, Jacobs is still the thunder of the Giants running attack. Like Forte, I wouldn't be shocked to see him return to form somewhat.
WRs are also solid. Megatron is a great WR1 (I think fantasy teams really need at least one elite WR this year). If Welker is healthy, he'll be a steal at his draft spot. Same with Harvin. And Breaston's not a bad WR4.
Winslow is decent at TE, and you have a DEF and K (that's all I ever aim for). And you're not wasting roster spots on backups for those positions, which is exactly how I like to do things.
I wouldn't change anything for balance at this point ... roll into the season, and see how things go. If this is a league where you have to start 3 WRs, missed time from Welker and/or Harvin might cause troubles down the road. RB may be a position of strength if Forte returns to 2008 form. But you'll be waiting on that - I wouldn't do anything now.