Thats quite a lineup you got there. I wish my league drafted like that haha.
You're almost there. Morris in for Sproles, while Sproles is fairly reliable you can count your stars Brees will be putting the ball through the air a lot en route to winning their first game maybe, even with GB's weak run defense. That said, I would slot in nearly any WR1 playing against the Saints this year, their secondary is atrocious. I like Houston's defense vs. a very pedestrian, CJ2K-less Titans offense. Gates/Pettigrew have similar match-ups in terms of points allowed to TE's this year, but Id ride the hotter hands of Antonio. Plus Rivers doesn't know what to do with receivers shorter than 6'2, so besides Floyd, Gates is likely to get the most targets. Bush is a harder call, but id still play him. It sucks he doesnt play till Monday so you wont have a shot to sub in anyone else if Forte does go, but im guessing due to the nature of an ankle injury even if he does come back he wont be carrying a full workload, and Bush gets most of the goal line carries anyways so even if Forte gets all the work between the 20's, Bush could very well still grab you at least a TD.
Even though kickers are all but a complete afterthought in fantasy, Janikowski has a big leg and I foresee a lot of FG's in Oakland's future. Its not like they have a high impact position so i wouldnt expect a probably designation to be of any issue, they just might ask him to not try too hard to tackle anyone...not an issue here.
QB: Drew Brees
RB: Jamaal Charles, Steven Jackson, The Lawfirm, Ben Tate
WR: Steve Smith, Lance Moore, Danario Alexander, Danny Amendola, Pierre Garcon, Anquan Boldin
TE: Heath Miller
DST: vikings, steelers, colts
K: Matt Bryant