Usually we always draft for strong RB's and WR's, mostly RB's, but the RB field just seems weak this year with guys getting older, injury prone, and everybody splitting carries. Year after year our rb loaded teams would put up big points until about week 10 when guys got tired, and we started to lose due to our lack of QB points. As even in this scoring system, the best QB's tend to put up the highest numbers. 2 guys in our division picked before us, and they took Rodgers, and Bree's. Our strategy was if we can't land Peterson, CJ, or MJD were taking Rodgers or Brees. Since they were both gone to division opponents, we took Manning. We were sure to grab Colston, and Finley, top targets of the other top QB's, to counter the other top QB's that we must play twice each. I think in sticking to our strategy we built a good enough starting roster. Harrison is a Cleveland Brown, I know this, but with Hardesty out he is the only Brown who will be getting the ball much of the time. A feature type back is rare these days, and getting one is a luxary, no matter what team he plays for. You don't think that Chester Taylor may soon be getting more carries than Matt Forte? Or that Leon Washington could emerge has the number 1 in SEA? I think we drafted well for having a plan A, plan B, and a plan C (waivers). Same with the recievers, if Housh goes to maybe MIN, you cant tell me in that in a 16 team league you wouldnt want the option of Nicks or Housh every week, to go with Colston, not to mention the chance that Gaffney has to breakout in DEN. My team is based all on upside, and I respect your opinion but can not agree with Manning being a bad pick, or that my style of drafting has led me to my own weaknesses. My other league which drafts on Wednesday, I have the 2nd pick (also 16 teams) So I will be stockpiling RB's again, and hoping to grab a mid range QB later on, (Mcnabb, Kolb, Favre) I'll post on how that goes, but I really believe this is the best team I've had in years.