I got a lot of flak for not picking Rodgers with the 4th overall pick. However, I had my mind made up to go RB/RB with my first 2 picks, unless one of the big 3 QB's somehow fell into the 2nd round. I am a gambler by nature and my draft style is to go with high risk/high reward players. That style has won me leagues a few times, but with the obvious risk, it has kept me in the league cellar a couple times as well.
It is my opinion that Chris Johnson will have a bounce back year in a big way. I've been told countless times that taking CJ at number 4 was a major stretch, but my reasoning was that there was no way he was going to be available at the tail end of rd 2. And Even though he is getting a little long in the tooth, I think that the addition of Steve Hutchinson will be a major boost to the Titans' running game. And as far as McFadden, if the guy can manage to stay healthy for a full season (and I admit that that is a big "if"), he has the talent to take the crown for top-scoring fantasy RB.
I consider myself lucky to be in a league where everyone else thinks that Matt Ryan is what he is by this point in his career, and that he won't take the step into being an elite fantasy option at QB. Much to my surprise, he was still available in the 6th round! I belong to the school of thought that with the Falcons' new passing philosophy, he is going to have a monster year, and I'm really stoked about having the Matty Ice to Julio Jones connection. Am I crazy for taking Jones over Roddy White, seeing as they were both available to me?
All in all, I think that I had a great draft, and being obviously biased, I don't see any glaring holes in my team. I would really appreciate any feedback to point out any perceived weaknesses my team may have, and possible steps I could take to correct said weaknesses. I have thick skin, so if any of you think I'm crazy, and drinking the Kool-Aid, tell me what I did wrong, or where any flaws in my reasoning may be. I have 3 more drafts before the season starts, and I believe that there is always room for improvement. Thanks all!