BDuck, go with AP. Better value than Vick even though he's the No. 1 QB.
I like Harvin a lot this season. Great upside in his third year. Take him as early as Round 5.
Dave, I think he'll be there. He has a consecutive-games streak that I know he'd like to continue. Might not be great, but he'll be there.
Trent, go with Forte over Mendenhall in a PPR league and vice-versa in a standard format.
Adam, I love Jackson this season. He's worth drafting as a No. 1 option as early as Round 3.
Thanks, Johnny. We're fans of yours too. I like Benson a lot this year and don't mind him as a No. 2 Fantasy RB.
MJ, I would say yes now that Mikel Leshoure is out for the season. He's got a lot of potential.
Mikey, I would go with Foster. You always play to win now, and Foster is better.
Chris, go with Andre, Calvin, Roddy and Nicks in that order.
Great question Kenny. I like Smith's upside, but Jones will see more targets.
I'd wait. QBs are devalued in PPR leagues, especially with 10 or fewer owners.
I just took Amendola in Round 5 or a PPR league. I love his upside. MSW is worth a late-round pick since he will also be on the field a lot for Josh McDaniels.
Trader: I love Amendola, do not like MSW.
How about BOTH? Austin has the edge because he's got familiarity with Tony Romo.
Randall, you should still plan on drafting Knox with a late-round pick. He is still the best WR on the Bears' roster. As of now, go with Williams first, but take Knox late.
I like Rodgers better. More reliable.
Maybe with a late-round pick, Anthony.
Ryan: We like Thomas plenty. He's the main WR in Jacksonville and should see a ton of targets.
Charles is better than Rice. The Ricky Williams signing puts Rice behind Charles now in all formats.
Hunner: SMART question! I would go as far as to say moving to No. 4 is a smart play, especially in a PPR.
Ryankraft, we know Harvin should be awesome in his third season and the expectations for everyone else there are slim.
Chris, I wouldn't be too concerned. There's no guarantee Smith is better than Jason Avant after the knee injury. Plan on drafting DeSean Jackson as a No. 1 WR and Maclin as a solid No. 2.