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For a 16-team league I would emphasize quarterbacks and tight ends more than normal because not everyone will have studs.
Mike, I would say Mathews is still the better option, but the gap is closing with Tolbert. Plan on drafting Mathews in Round 4, and then look at Tolbert in Round 6.
Falcon, I would go with Chris Johnson.
Sal, I would look at Andre Johnson there if you don't like any of the running backs. But you should be able to land one of the Top 6 backs in McCoy, Rice or Charles there.
Hi, Eli. It's not crazy, you should always pick who you want. But Jackson will be the workhorse in the Rams' potent offense. He's going to get a lot of work. Might be his last best year.
Chris, I would go with Charles there. I like Rice also, but Charles is slightly ahead for me.
I like Rice there, Chris. He's got everything I look for in a RB: Lots of touches, solid O-line, great schedule. Ricky Williams being there doesn't bother me one bit.
Ryan, Vick was already more valuable than Rodgers. The Smith addition just makes him that much better.
Steve, I would wait and wait for QBs. They're devalued in leagues like that, and with only 10 owners, you're locked in to get a good one.
Zach, he still had almost 90 catches, and he won't get worse. I like Marshall as a No. 2 WR with a pick in Round 4.
Zach: I like that he's healthy entering the year. I like the new offensive coordinator for Miami, Brian Daboll. And I don't think we should judge Chad Henne just yet -- let's see what he can do with a healthy, motivated Marshall in 2011.
Rotoman, I think it will be 65-35 Moreno. I like McGahee as a sleeper this season with a late-round pick.
Dave, anyone taking Johnson at No. 1 overall is a little crazy for me. He's safe, for now, at No. 3, but he's clearly behind Foster and AP.
Rocky I think he's worth stashing in PPR leagues but don't dig him otherwise.
Dennis: LOTS of concerns. We need to see him on the field. If you draft him it's probably a good idea to pick up another good WR later on before going shopping for sleepers. Still, he has terrific upside. One thing's for sure: The illness is serious.
Dennis, Maclin should be fine. Don't worry.
Rob, I like Gore better. He loves the new offense in San Fran and he's going to be used a lot.
Could Romo be Top 3? Sure. Will he be Top 3? No. But he's stil a safe No. 1 option that you can draft in Round 4.
Boomer, go with Cedric. Green-Ellis is a bust candidate this year.
Jed: I think he's got a shot. He'll start in the Cowboys' pass-heavy offense and should be a lot smarter about how he moves on the field. I like him a lot in all leagues.