AA, I would be scared for sure with Colston but not Jackson. You might want to look for a key No. 3 WR in case Colston's knee becomes a problem.
ED: I like Foster over AP in PPR formats.
Henry, I tend to avoid the Steelers receivers after Wallace. But I would still take Ward over Sanders.
Lawrence, they won't be as good as last year. Brandon Lloyd is kind of a career underachiever, so I expect a regression there. As for Hillis, he's going to lose touches and probably won't have quite as many yards as last year. Both are worth drafting relatively early (Hillis Rounds 3-4, Lloyd Rounds 5-7).
B, I would look at Jackson. He's better. Better QB, better talent and higher upside. Bowe has no where to go but down.
Jerry: I like Gronkowski better. He'll play more.
Jeff, I would. If his holdout is still going on during the third week of the preseason you will see Johnson probably fall to No. 6 in my rankings behind Foster, AP, Charles, Rice and McCoy.
Boyd, I do. I have moved Tolbert up to just outside my Top 24. He's become a very solid No. 3 Fantasy RB in all leagues.
Jeter, go with Lynch. He doesn't have anyone to share carries with like Wells does with Williams.
Joey, go with Mendy, Blount, Hillis and Jones in that order for standard leagues.
Bob, he will look like a rookie QB, but he could improve as the year goes on. He's only worth drafting in dynasty leagues.
Stafford lover: Throw back Stafford. Draft him later. And I love Stafford too.
McFadden has the most upside. Turner is next best, Luke.
Moreno will be the best RB in Denver, but McGahee does have sleeper potential now that he's playing for John Fox.
Knowshon Moreno will be the man in Denver, but Willis McGahee should see some work go his way. I wouldn't be surprised if he became a fill-in starter during the bye weeks.
Brent, go with Ward as the handcuff for Foster.
Cmac, I don't have a problem with that because it's a PPR league and you should land some good talent at 9 (maybe even LeSean McCoy).
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Bob: I think the Lions DST is a bit overvalued now. I wouldn't draft them.
Craig: Probably just as much as last year, but I think that worked out nicely for Bradshaw.
Stephen, I'll ask you this question: If the Colts trust him, if the medical staff clears him and if I tell you he's a No. 2 Fantasy WR, what would you say?
ED, I think they both do, but not much. There are enough passes to go around in Dallas. I love this offense and all three guys.
Confused: You could trade, but who would you give up?! Check waivers for a potential replacement for Knox.