Solid B. Fred Jackson is a good RB 3 until Spiller gets going. Too bad there's no flex spot. I'm not sure Braylon is starter worthy with Alex throwing to him.
Late in the draft I picked guys who had boom or bust potential -- rather than some average players who would get me a few points as bye week replacements, etc. With Berrian healthy and being the #1, with a better QB now, he could have big numbers. Also with Knox being the #1 WR, he could have big numbers too in Chicago.
If either falters, I'll have an easy time making a waiver-wire pickup to replace them.
I think my 16 Team League team could beat this team.
Quarterbacks... neither of them are all stars but based the matchup you should be able to get a great performance just about weekly
Running backs... you have an all-star Chris Johnson and a player with tremendous upside in L. Blount... Fred Jackson is a solid backup, should put up 1000 yards rushing.
Wide Receivers... Greg Jennings is great, he should have a terrific year. After that you have a drop off in Boldin, Knox and even Edwards. Edwards could have a nice year being the #1 but its not likely. You will get an ok year with Boldin and if you've ever owned Knox like I have your just gonna be frustrated with him week in and week out.
Tight End... The soldier is a good TE, but you have no back ups which means your gonna have a rough go when he's got a bad matchup or is on his bye.
Defense... in all honesty you might have something, both teams are known for their terrible D's but this might be the year they both turn it around. I dont like the risk though. It would be nice if you had a Packers, Jets, Ravens, Steelers, Chargers type D... a proven D.
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