QB - 10/10. I'm convinced that Brady and Lloyd each being reunited with Josh McDaniels is fantasy gold for Brady. I know that not everyone else is going to agree, but I'm predicting 45+ TDs for Brady again. Palmer is going to be much better being able to have the playbook and an offseason before the games. If his WRs will stay healthy, he's a good backup. He might be someone to sell high on for an RB later if he performs like I hope.
RB - 4/10. Again, I'm biased by a lot. But I think Turner is getting old. You saw him in the last five weeks last year. I think his knees will be done by the end of the season again. Stewart will be solid if DeAngelo Williams gets hurt and he stays healthy, but with Tolbert in the mix, it might be like owning Torrain or Helu or Hightower last year. Owning Hightower might be like owning Hightower of course. If Mendenhall returns early, you might have hope, but Redman might replace him entirely. Vereen is up in the air. in my book this is pretty weak, but I'm also the guy who said Stafford and Cam Newton were unrealistic injury risks last year. I can always be dead wrong.
WR - 8.5/10. Not bad. Your two starters are going to be very good(especially of Skelton starts). Harvin is good when healthy. Meacham may do whatever. Not sure on him.
TE ?/10. I don't know. Cook is physically a freak, and I'm unsure about Britt, Nate Washington, and whichever of the two will be throwing him the ball. Same for the Tebow/Sanchez situation in NY. I'd see if I could swap Cook for Pettigrew (since he's a PPR beast) or Tamme. I wouldn't bank on it, but it would clear some stuff up, and you never know. Some people just like to make trades. If you're a big Cook fan, I can't blame you, but I just don't know what to say about either.
D 6/10. As a UCF student, I'm legally required to hate Poe. The Chiefs were 22nd last year in defense. If Berry and Poe make a decided improvement, then you're good. But remember that Poe didn't do jack against a middling C-USA. A first round D-lineman ought to tear C-USA apart. Who is available on the waiver wire?
K 9/10. A kicker is a kicker. And Henery is in what will hopefully be a prolific offense.
Overall - 7/10. a few nice waiver wire pickups ought to help a lot. And I've been wrong a lot in the past. But I think you ought to beat everyone on QB and WR points most every week. I'm just not sure how to suggest improving your RBs. I think you'll be just fine on the Defense and kicker dart boards. Waiver wire typically yields as much good as careful planning. I don't remember too many people being stoked about the Cincinnati or Houston defenses last year.
Good luck for your season, and I hope your RB situation works out.