QB: Luck will should be a very solid top-15 guy at worst, and he has top-10 upside. I like this pick. Tannehill is a fine backup.
RB: You're pretty stacked here--that you can afford to have SJax play flex is a testament to your RB strength. As for your other guys, Pierce looks like he'll have pretty limited value, and Vareen is a much better PPR than standard scoring player (although I do think he's a guy you can play at flex during bye weeks). Overall I think you'd have a hard time doing too much better in a non-PPR 12-teamer. Nicely done.
WR: This is your weak area, IMO. Amendola is a WR1 and Wayne is a low WR1/high WR2 in PPR, but they're both WR2's, IMO in standard scoring formats. Would've been great if you'd gotten a true WR1, but you pretty clearly started RB/RB/RB in the first three rounds, and in a non-PPR league I think that's OK if you can grab studs. Hopkins has huge upside and I'm glad you snagged him, and Randle could be a star if Cruz or Nicks get hurt. I like Woods as a speculative play. Jones is a great player, but I always worry about consistency when you're talking about a guy on such a talent-rich offense--he's clearly the third (4th behind Finley?) option in GB. I hope you didn't overpay for him, but I do think he's a great guy to have ready to fill in during byes.
TE: I like Cook, but I don't love him. How many times have we heard that this is "going to be his year"? He's a low-end TE1/high-end TE2, IMO. A lot will depend on Bradford's evolution as a passer.
K & DST: Always a bit of a crapshoot. All I'll say is that you filled your roster spots, so these areas look fine to me
This looks like a team that will contend for the playoffs. I don't see you winning the regular season, but you have a great chance at a #3 or #4 seed, IMO, if your guys stay healthy. You RB corps will be tough for other owners to match.
Hope that helps. Here's mine: http://www.fantasyfootballcafe.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=536483