Thanks for the reply on mine.
Particularly for a 14-team league, I think you did really well. Landing Jones, Ryan, Brees, Hernandez, AND DMC essentially sets you up to be solid just about everywhere. I like Hillis to be a strong RB2 this year (with obviously huge upside if JC goes down), and I think Rodgers will start stealing reps from Turner almost as soon as the season starts; unfortunately, I don't know if there'll be enough reps in the Falcons backfield to make him more than a flex option down the line...but even then, given his current ADP, I'm betting he'll be a bargain. Like most people, I'm pretty big on Ryan this year (although as an Atlanta fan, I still have my nagging doubts about whether he'll ever truly make the leap to elite QB status), which also means I'm big on Jones. I also really like Harvin (again like pretty much everyone else).
I don't see there being a huge difference stats-wise between Brees and Ryan by the end of the year, so I'd be happy riding Ryan while trading on Breezy's name recognition. I think packaging Brees and either Hernandez or Olsen for a top-3 RB (plus a WR2 to help with depth behind Jones/Harvin) is a viable option. Definitely see which of the McCoy/Foster/Rice owners is hurting the most for a QB; of the three, I'd imagine at least one probably waited a round too long and is now stuck with Cutler as a primary.
Alternatively, I'm willing to bet you could offer Brees straight-up for someone like Murray, Matthews, Forte, or JC.
If trading Ryan, then yeah, waiting a game or two could help--if he fell in your draft, could mean that some of the other owners are wary, or think QB might be deep enough to not be a concern this year. Ryan + Hernandez should be able to get you someone like FJax or SJax I would imagine (plus a sleeper/flier somewhere else). If the league isn't PPR, Ryan for Sproles could work, as could Ryan for Ridley if you have faith in the Pats system buoying him like it did BJGE.
I would think one or two owners might be semi-panicking early after the first couple weeks if their QB and/or TE doesn't pan out, so that's when I'd consider pouncing in with a deal.
(0.5 PPR, 12-team league)
QB: Vick, RG3
RB: McFadden, Matthews, K. Smith, R. Williams, M. Goodson
WR: Nicks, S. Smith, Britt, LaFell
TE: Hernandez, Pitta
DEF: Spot start (Cin in wk4)