Team 1- Solid starting lineup and good bench. The only question mark is the third WR because Collie could struggle without Manning.
Team 2- Also has a strong bench, but starting lineup is weaker at RB2 and I am not a fan of Hines Ward this year.
Team 3- Very strong at every starting position. The bench is pretty weak, but could contend if everyone stays healthy.
Team 4- Obviously very strong at WR and RB. If Bradford is able to be an above-average QB (and I think he will) this team could win.
Team 5- Also very strong at WR and RB. I probably prefer this team to team 4 due to its depth on the bench, especially Orton.
Team 6- Probably my favorite team, with a mix of high-upside and safe picks. Every week has the potential to be a high-scoring affair with the combination of Vick, Wallace, White, Foster and MJD. Foster and MJD seem to be coming at a discount due to injury concerns, probably explaining why such a stacked lineup could be put together. Only weakness is WR3.
Team 7 – RBs of Bradhaw and Addai aren’t going to get it done.
Team 8 – A well-balanced team that could compete. I would prefer to have Harvin as my WR3 than WR2, but he could easily outperform my expectations. Bench has high-upside.
Team 9 – While it could be a good team, I have a few issues. I’m not a big fan of any of the WRs and I prefer a little more pass-catching ability out of my RBs (Blount and Mendenhall will probably get more goal-line work though). Bench needs to be used to trade for WRs.
Team 10 – I think this is the sleeper team. Good solid production out of each position, and I think Kolb will have a pretty decent year in Arizona. In the event he doesn’t, Eli is a good backup. Welker should start ahead of Ocho. RB depth could be the Achilles heel.
So, I predict team 6 to win, with teams 5 and 10 batteling it our for second place.
I have started a similar thread for my league. Please take a look if you have a chance:http://www.fantasyfootballcafe.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=494402