I know its early but at this time you have a solid team but here are my concerns. 1. Carson has more weapons, but will he be the game manager to a running team like last year, or a more wide-open passing games like in the past. I like Stafford but would prefer to use him only when his schedule presents a great opportunity. 2. You have no #2 rb that is guaranteed more than 10-15 carries a game. I might start looking at other teams heavy in rb's and use my wr strength.
7th and you got MJD?? I guess the injury reports scared everyone off eh
QB: Palmer has the weapons and should have a solid season. I picked Bradford as well....if he catches fire, you could play him according to the matchups (also picked up Laurent Robinson).
RB: Apart MJD, Stewart should be a solid #2. Although the fact that DeAngelo is breathing down his neck isn't a good thing. RBBC is never a good thing for fantasy owners. You might want to pick up MBush if he's available.
WR: Super stacked here. You could start 2 and put one in the flex and you'll be good to go.
TE: Whitten is solid and should be good for 700 yds and 5-7 TDs this year. Romo is going to blow it up this year!
If MJD does his thang and Stewart gets enough carries, you'll be ok. Otherwise package a WR (or two) and go after another RB.
Those things being said, MJD is a HUGE steal at #7 and should produce so well that you have a bit of a cushion for trial and error at the RB2 spot. And Palmer is hardly a "bad" quarterback, he's just not a top fantasy starter when 7 of 12 teams will trot out no worse than the Romo-Schaub-Rivers tier.
Additionally, as has been said, you have outstanding WR quality and depth, and you won't have to worry about getting decent if not elite production out of the TE or DST spots either with Witten and Baltimore.
My guess is you'll be trading from a position of strength a few weeks in when someone needs a WR and you can use that to either find another RB if none of your RB2s have panned out, or to package with Palmer and get an elite QB.
Overall, a very good draft, especially for starting from #7.
--> you are stockpiling a handful of 'could-be' QBs. I would drop Bradford for the fact that he doesn't have a solid WR core around him. Then watch the waivers until one shinning star QB surfaces (could be Stafford, could be Cassel, could be Alex Smith). But, you're sort of praying Palmer has it good this year, which he might. Stafford is going to have some TOP DOG games this year, and will have some duds. I love his drive, he's fun to watch. But, for fantasy, you'll just have to see which high ADP QB becomes this years top 10.
WR Calvin Johnson, Brandon Marshall, Steve Smith(Car), Michael Crabtree, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Julian Edelman
==? Extremely solid. Which can give you an advantage, because from what I can tell, a reliable high end WR is hard to find this year (compared to other positions). I read an article recently that a WR in the first two rounds wasn't a horrible idea this year. Even AP comes with more risk than Andre Johnson, of course more upside too. Anyway, I say hold onto Housh until they figure out where he's going. In SEA, i don't think he's a great play. I think Edelman is basically a bench guy, with a bet that Welker will go on IR. Otherwise, he's not worth anything either.
RB Maurice Jones-Drew, Jonathan Stewart, Montario Hardesty, Larry Johnson
--> Hardesty might not be a safe bet, but you have him so you might as well see what he does. Larry Johnson is another situation you won't know about until a few weeks in. I can't imagine either he or Portis getting more than 50% of the carries. don't forget about Torain.
TE Jason Witten, Todd Heap
--> I'd get rid of Heap. Never thought he was very talented.
K Robbie Gould
Overall, nice team. I'd drop guys like Heap, Larry Johnson, Edelman, and Bradford as gems start to show themselves on the wire. You could definitely use more depth at RB. But, that's a good position to need it, as guys like Kareem Huggins, etc come out of the woodworks. If you have a high waiver priority, watch RBs closely the first few weeks.