I'd be really concerned with my RBs if my top back was Ridley. Why Ridley? MJD's holdout will have him barely seeing carries week 1, and who knows how long its going to take him to get into real "football" shape. I don't care how hard you work out, nothing replaces putting the pads on and getting hit everyday. I'd look to try and make a trade to get Jennings just to be safe. Kevin Smith is the starting RB RIGHT NOW, but who knows what it looks like when Leshoure comes back from his suspension. Granted he's been dealing with a hamstring issue, but Smith hasn't been known for his health. I think Daniel Thomas will be passed by Lamar Miller if he hasn't already, and won't have much fantasy relevance at all this year. Will this be the year that Shonn Greene FINALLY put it together...we'll see. But Tim Tebow being there doesn't look good for those goal line carries.
Your WRs are by far the strongest part of your team. Fitzy, Nelson AND Cruz is a sick trio. Add in 3rd year man Mike "Buc" Williams and Austin Collie. Collie has a lot of questions surrounding him with yet another concussion, and very surprised he's cleared for week 1, I'd be keeping LaVon Brazil on your radar. I think Williams will have a decent year with VJax on the other side of him, even with the Bucs going to a heavy run offense. As soon as teams key in on Martin and VJax, he's going to be left with single coverage. Don't forget what this guy did his rookie year. He's got the skills, and I think he'll have a better offense this year as well.
I like Rivers, but losing VJax won't help him. A healthy Gates should keep him in top 10 QB numbers though, and hopefully Meachem is the guy San Diego hopes he is.
I'd look to package one of your WRs for another RB as well. I think Fitz's name alone can get you a top 5 RB. Maybe see if the owner of Mathews would be willing to make a deal, you may even get away with selling low for him and only having to deal Nelson.
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