It's not a bad team. Neither starting RB is likely to tear up the league, but you're pretty set at all of the other positions. CJ at 10 is a steal.
Matthews is going to be healthy by week two (God willing of course) and by the nature of the injury, by the time he returns, it's unlikely to affect his play (according to Stephanie Bell). He's risky, but as an RB2, on the 32nd pick, especially if you knew you were getting Doug Martin later, it would be hard to turn him down. Lynch, Matthews, Blount is a lot sexier than Lynch, Richardson, Blount. Or at least I think so. Also, I'm probably harder on Weeden and on the O-line in Cleveland than anyone else is.
Obviously, I don't agree with every pick. It's rare to see a draft where you do, but it seems pretty solid. If Lynch and Richardson do better than I'm expecting, then you're absolutely set. You got several steals and value picks.