at first I was geeked about this until I saw it was a 10 team league.
Still a solid team, and above average, but not ridiculous as I originally thought.
I'm all about Megatron this year... not sure how I feel about Williams as my #2. very solid for a #3, but below par for #2. Many will disagree with me there but I don't see Freeman making the big step forward a lot of people are anticipating. Holmes, Boldin, Britt all make up some great WR3s. You're deep here... perhaps Williams proves me wrong... if not, Holmes, Boldin, or Britt could surprise people make make a case for the spot
TE - part of me thinks it's too soon to jump on Jimmy's bandwagon but it's hard to ignore his talent. I think they've been giving him his workload in the preseason because they want to work him out because they want to use him... but on the other hand... counting on anyone in the New Orleans offense is like pulling the handle on a slot machine any given week with how much they spread the ball around. Miller will be good whereever he plays but he wont be GREAT in seattle.
Contrary to what the poster above said, I like NYG for DST. yes they've had their share of injuries but they're still a solid core. I'd be plugging them in when the matchups look at least decent and when they're up against a solid offense I'd be diving into waivers and playing the matchup game
Interesting league set-up. Seems like everyone is rewarded for simply touching the ball. This makes it that much more important that your QBs are in pass heavy offenses, your RBs are workhorses and the clear #1, and your receivers are the go-to on their team