QB- Schaub (75)
If he stays healthy he's probably a top 5-10 qb
RB- LeSean McCoy (15)
What a steal for PPR. He's probably top 3 and easily top 5 for RBs
RB- Matt Forte (26)
Great #2 for PPR
RB- Ryan Matthews (55)
Not bad for a #3, but I would probably take somebody proven with this high of a pick.
WR- Andre Johnson (6)
WR- Vincient Jackson (35)
WR- Wes Welker (46)
Phenomenal starting WR corps
TE- Brandon Pettigrew (135)
Servicable TE who should net you regular 5-10 point games, with a few biggers ones sprinkled in
FLEX- Mario Manningham (66) -
Great flex player
K- Neil Rackers (166) - meh . . . kicker
DEF- New England (155)
I think they are going to be pretty damned solid this year.
Bench- Matthew Stafford (86)
Good backup. Hopefully he stays healthy
Bench- Brandon Jacobs (95)
Not sure if I love Jacobs. unless Bradshaw goes down, he's kind of like one of those little doughnut spare tires
Bench- Beanie Wells (106)
Bench- Pierre Thomas (146)
flyer pick. Not bad for where you took him. Obviously has proven value if he gets the starter job
Bench- Danny Amendola (115)
I think Amendola is going to catch a lot of balls.
Bench- Mike Williams- Seattle WR (126)
SEA QB situation sucks, and I don't know how Sydney Rice's arrival will change things, but not a bad bet here.
Bench- Greg Little (175)[/quote]
Overall your team looks real strong. Good depth and great starters. I might consider dropping Greg Little and picking up the Ram's TE Lance Kendrick. Kid has looked great in camp and preseason, and the Rams snagged him in the 2nd round. Josh McDaniels also schemes for a lot of TE usage, and almost half of all the TDs tha Bradford thre last year were to TEs.
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