12 team. PPR. I'm picking 12th in first round (but also 13th in second). I hate the wheelhouse.
Here's my team and evaluation by Footballguys.com:
QB: Matthew Stafford, Andrew Luck
RB: Matt Forte, Steven Jackson, Kendall Hunter, Isaiah Pead
WR: Hakeem Nicks, Eric Decker, Brandon Lloyd, Greg Little, Jonathan Baldwin
TE: Jermaine Gresham, Kyle Rudolph
PK: Dan Carpenter
TD: Houston Texans
Overview: We'll start by complimenting you on your strength at quarterback and receiver. As you know, it's very difficult in a competitive league to assemble a team that is strong at QB, RB, and WR, so just about every team will have a weakness. As you probably suspect, we perceive yours to be at running back.
In 2012, that's not an instant fantasy team killer like it might have been five years ago. And in this particular case, we absolutely think you're strong enough elsewhere to overcome it. You've definitely got a good team here, but we'd feel better if we knew you were committed to keeping an eye out for the 2012 version of 2010's Peyton Hillis or LeGarrette Blount or 2009's Ricky Williams, Jamaal Charles, or Fred Jackson.
Players we particularly like on this team include Eric Decker, Brandon Lloyd, Andrew Luck, Greg Little, Kyle Rudolph, and Steven Jackson. We have all these guys ranked ahead of where they are typically being drafted.
- With great inseason management, we think you have about a 80 percent chance of making the playoffs.
- With good inseason management, we think you have about a 70 percent chance of making the playoffs.
- With average inseason management, we think you have a 58 percent chance of making the playoffs.
I think I'm okay at RB, actually. But I concede that this is a team on which I need the sleepers to pan out. If guys like Decker, Hunter, and Rudolph end up having good to breakout seasons, I could be in good shape.
Update: Our friend Tung Yin is playing in this league and evaluates his team here. I'm not sure "Drizzles" is the scariest team moniker, however.