Solid #1s all the way down. A little shaky on the backups, only because Best/Moreno is a crapshoot and who knows which Steve Smith will show up. I'd say potential to be very good to middle of the pack.
I like the squad...I think it was a good call handcuffing Best bc Kevin Smith still has a lot of talent...Your bench looks alright too....I think that steve smith was rated a little too high this year but he may blow up again....Love the tight ends and besides a few risky young guys most of your team should produce consistently, but i guess you never know. Good luck.
Thanks for the help on mine. I think you look solid. I would not worry about the Cowboys. They will be good. And I hate the Cowboys.
12 Team League. We start 2 QBs and get .5 PPR, otherwise standard scoring QBs: Stafford, Fitzpatrick, Collins RBs: Charles, Mendenhall, Best, Starks, Carter, Karim WRs: D. Jackson, Marshall, S. Smith, Green, TE: Hernandez, Cook
Your three running backs are sick...they should all be good, especially in PPR- that's also a huge advantage...having three guys play that position. You can flip flop Best and Moreno based on matchups (assuming Moreno is/stays healthy), and also have a sick guy to play there for all bye weeks. Not the biggest fan of Austin, but he's obviously a top WR-- if I were you I'd move him in a deal for another top WR, or maybe even package both he and Smith for two receivers in the middle of those guys. Celek should be great, and Romo should be top 5. I like the squad. It is a 10-teamer, though...I'd look to do something with your receivers.
Yeah, I'm with the guy above. For PPR your RB's are stout. I'm really high on best and what he can do for Detroit, especially when it comes to catching balls out of the backfield. Also about your WRs, not crazy about them. Austin will be solid, but with the on/off tendencies of Santana and the ?'s surrounding Smith and his injuries and QB situation, you should try and get another WR with less of a risk. Being in a 10 team league with 3 WR spots, you need at least 2 you can bank on, especially with PPR.
All in all, I think it's a solid squad but try and work out a trade or keep your eye open on waivers.
I'd say that's a pretty solid group, top 5 qb, great rb1, great wr1, solid te's. Your problem lies in the back ups as stated above. I'm not crazy about s. moss or smith, although moss might have a better year then last. After that, Holmes is probably the #1 jets wr, but they run alot and he will be competing for targets with Edwards.
I do like your rb's but best might take a while to come along, but at least you have smith as a handcuff. Other then the wr's behind Austin, I think the squad looks solid.
QB: 9 (solid starter and palmer is a great backup) RB: 8 (MJD is great but the rest make me uneasy. who knows how well Best can be on the lions, and the rest are in committees. i would drop smith and look for some value in the waivers) WR: 9 (i like the starters and some decent depth. could def improve ur depth incase of injuries and bye weeks. starting any of those for too long cant be good)
overall: 8.5 (solid starting lineup but could use depth. im a big fan of keeping only 1 Def and rotating depending on matchups. maybe try that to pickup some value. same with Kickers, i never have more than 1 on a roster)