Irish Drunk wrote:16 team league. Bit of a crazy point structure - QB's get 1 point per completion, RB's & WR's get 10 bonus points for 100 yard rushing or receiving in a game. Rest of scoring is pretty standard. I had 15th pick. Start 1 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 1 TE, 1 PK, 2 DL & 2 DB.
QB - Stafford, McCoy(R)
RB - McCoy, Mathews, Gerhart(R), Snelling(R)
WR - R White, AJ Green, J Ford, D Bess(R), S Smith PHI(R)
TE - Finley
K - Hartley
DL - Tuck, VandenBosch
DB - Berry, TJ Ward
Basically I know if one of my starting RB's go down I'm screwed. I tried to handcuff Mathews with Tolbert but he went earlier than I thought. Best available on waiver wire - J Harrison DET, K Hunter SF, J Ringer TEN are any worth a look?
A pretty solid team overall. Let's take a deeper look:
QB - No one has ever doubted Stafford's talent. Let's face it, he has freakish skills. In addition, he has excellent weapons around him. HOWEVER, his health is always a MASSIVE if. If he can prove to stay healthy, you could be potentially dealing with a top 10 QB.
RB - Whaaaa? You got Lesean McCoy at 15? Unreal, awesome job. Ryan Mathews is as good a candidate as anyone to break out this year as well. Decent backups in Toby and Snelling. Great job here.
WR - Roddy White is as sure fire as you can get at WR. A.J. Green is a high risk/high reward type player in my mind. Not because of his skills, but because of the QB situation. He's got potential to produce like a WR2 however. Decent depth as well.
TE - JerMichael Finley is a player who is going to absolutely bust out this year in my opinion, if he can stay healthy. In my opinion, he'll finish the year as a top 3 TE.
IDPs - Solid IDPs headlined by Justin Tuck and Eric Berry. These two have a shot to be top scorers of ANY IDPs during the year. Low risk guys in Vanden Bosch and Ward as well.
Overall, a very solid team, especially for a 16 teamer. This has to be one of the top teams in the league.