LJ's Crush wrote:20 deep bench with the following 3 QB's 1(R) 5 RB 1(R) 5 WR 1(R) 3 TE 1(R) 2 K 2 DEF
Standard points scoring with exception of double points for 45+ yard TD's/FG'
QB-Micheal Vick,Mark Sanchez, (R)Cam Newton
RB-Chris Johnson,Peyton Hillis,Javid Best,Reggie Bush, (R)Alex Green
WR-Dez Bryant,Mario Manighham,Sidney Rice,Jerome Simpson,(R)Titus Young
TE-Dallas Clark, Greg Olon,(R)DJ Williams
K-Nick Folk,Jay Feely
So What do you think of my future and rookies are weak except CaM Newton right any hope for the others?
QB - Michael Vick is a definite top 5 QB in the league, and is probably the most electric player to watch. He's proven he can dominate games, but can he stay healthy? You could do worse than have Sanchez as a backup QB. I like the flyer on Newton, here's to hoping he pans out.
RB - Solid group of guys. Obviously Chris Johnson is a perennial stud. Peyton Hillis and Jahvid Best could both be solid RB2s, and even Reggie Bush could potentially be as well. Great group, and great depth.
WR - These could use a little work. LOVE the Dez Bryant pick, but other than that, it leaves a bit to be desired. Manningham is a solid WR3 in my opinion, and you do have some high upside guys in Rice and Simpson, but one of those guys has to pan out to be a strong WR group.
TE - Dallas Clark is one of the most consistent TEs in the league, you know what you're getting with him. Greg Olsen is a solid backup.
DEF - Baltimore is an undisputed top 5 defense in the league, great job. Houston's a pretty average defense, but odds are you won't be using them much.
Overall, pretty solid. WRs could use a little work, but other than that, you got the tools to eventually get into the playoffs in my opinion.
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