Shark1225 wrote:DEN has John Fox at the helm now isn't he a run first guy so that would seem to help Moreno at the expense of Orton (or Tebow) and some of those WR's.
CAR has a new coach but not much should change as far as style and players. Rookie QB always means lots of INT's so maybe downgrade to Stewart and Williams a little.
Who are the other new coaches and what effect will they have on who to keep?
I wouldn't be too high on Knowshon Moreno. Rumors are circling that once the lockout is ended and free agents can signed, Denver will be pursuing DeAngelo Williams. Coach John Fox coached DWilly in Carolina, and his presence in the Denver offense would relegate Moreno to 3rd down back duties. Moreno is not as complete and developed of a back as Johnathan Stewart, so the carries split is expected to be in Williams' favor should he go to Denver.
Also, an interesting move could be Josh McDaniels, former Patriots coach and Broncos head coach, moving to St. Louis as an offensive coordinator. McDaniels is a better fit as an OC than a head coach, so he will be in his comfortbale role again. Josh McD was a big part of the patriots offensive success in 2007, and also of the Patriots in 2008, who were Brady-less but still managed to go 11-5.
Now, Josh McDaniels doesn't quite have the same talent to work with in St. Louis as he did in New England, but there is a lot of potential. Sam Bradford is a developing quarterback, with solid receivers such as Mark Clayton and Danny Amendola. I would definitely take a flier on some St. Louis wide outs this year. I know there was a sleeper post about Mark Clayton, but Amendola could have a huge year too. If Josh McD turns Amendola into the St. Louis version of Wes Welker, he good be a solid PPR play.