Thanks for your help with mine earlier.
I see what others have advised... let me give you another perspective. Don't do it!
Right now, Flacco's the best player in the deal, and year-to-year his team continues to improve around him. The only that thing that's deepened for Cutler in Chicago is the pained look on his face. Can you really imagine starting him for several weeks should Newton go down. Newton's a keeper for my squad... but he's only a rookie... he's played 5 games in the NFL. Things change quickly, and crap happens... I want at least a chance for stability backing him up.
Harvin is the poster boy for potential wasting away... he's the most time consuming and frustrating player I've ever had on a roster. Every frickin' week it's something... the headaches (no joking matter), a strained this, a deeply bruised that... made worse by a rotation of coaches in Minn. that can't even remember to feed the ball to ADP consistently, yet alone figure out what to do with their hybrid Harvin. Dude has talent - he's fun to watch, and he can win a week for you, but this is a full meal of "now what's wrong with him". If you enjoy constantly checking your favorite source of "Player News" to see if he's gone from D to Q, to P each week, hoping you can put him in your lineup, by all means, dig in!
As for Hardesty, I'd advise patience. He was drafted to be the man in that backfield... for years to come. The brain trust there has a good deal invested in making him an important part of what they're building. He has size, speed, delivers a pop, and it took a lot of heart and hard work to come back from that disappointing injury at the starting gate. Now it's just about opportunity... I like Hillis, and I like Ingram, but I wouldn't be at all surprised to see Hardesty come out on top in the years to come.
Surf, Ski, Drink Red Wine - Everyone will wonder why you're grinning! Go Broncos!