I think Isotopes is up there. I don't think any other team has a better selection of QBs. Penny is a possible top 5 when healthy, Favre is worth a starting spot, and with his streak, easily the most reliable backup, and Bledsoe could pass for almost 4000 yards again if he doesnt have to throw from his back this year. However, the RB corps is very suspect. Not a one of the 4 possible #2 RBs is a gauranteed starter. At best, Dunn or Bennett will be part of a RBBC. The WRs are an excellent group however. Only 4 of them, but all solid guys. Kicker and Def. are solid choices. I'm not a fan of Walls for a TE as he already has to compete with Franks for catches. I think there's better TEs that weren't drafted.
Having Priest and S. Davis starting for you is amazing. Throw Hasselbeck and TO into the mix and it starts looking real good. Depth is what I think is the major worry for this team. Brad Johnson, the only backup QB is in a situation where he still has to compete for his job (evident by TB's QB free agent signings). Having a 3rd guy would definitely solidify the position more. RB depth is another concern. George may or may not fall apart this year. He's probably the highest risk veteran RB, and Pinner is is anywhere from #1 or #3 in the depth charts on Det (no way to tell yet). WRs drop off sharply after Owens. K. Rob. is decent, but after that they're not very reliable. Def and Kicker are outstanding though, and TE has the possibility of being a huge sleeper this year with Smith.
Anyway, that's my critique of 2 of the better teams (imo).