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10 Team League..
QB. Matt Ryan
WR. Calvin Johnson
WR. Andre Johnson
WR. Julio Jones
RB. Marshawn Lynch
RB. Ahmad Bradshaw
TE. Jason Witten
D. San Francisco 49ers
D. New York Jets
K. Garrett Hartley
BN. Reggie Wayne
BN. Donald Brown
BN. Mike Williams
BN. James Starks
BN. Matt Schaub
Overall very well done for your starters. With one exception.
Forget the haters, Schaub's going to have a pretty amazing year. And Matt Ryan...there's nothing wrong with him....but if Shaub stays healthy, I think that offense is going to be crazy this year.
I'd even think about starting Shaub over Ryan week to week. I would not get rid of either one.
Your bench is pretty thin though, but I think you already knew that
Drafting WRs 1 nd 2 is always a risk for your RBs. Looks like you did OK and a potential playoff team. I like Ryan as QB and I think he is the best value of any draft. Ryan is picked up in the 8th or 9th round in a 10-team league. A quality QB that late allows an excellent supporting cast. Bradshaw as a #2 is OK, but better as a RB#3.
Reasonable team. There is, however, no upside to your entire bench. If (when?) Bradshaw breaks his foot again you have 2 "proven" RB4s to slog through the rest of the season leading you to one defeat after another. Wilson, Ryan Williams, Hillman, Jennings...to name just 4 all have the prospect of being RB2s. The same is true of your bench WRs. There is no upside to your bench at all. You can do a lot better.
i would drop schaub and pick up a RG3-Carson Palmer-Sam Bradford-
someone with higher risk/reward even a andy dalton or josh freeman hoping they break into the top 5
Would've snatched Eli or Rivers instead of those two
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