Go with Turner in a standard league. He has the best upside based on his role and his offense.
I'd wait, Jared. Lots of good tight ends out there. I'm writing on this now and will post it on the site soon.
Crazyscott: I think there's more emphasis on RBs and WRs in those formats compared to standard formats.
Randy, I have Meachem ranked higher because of his upside but I have strange feelings for Lance Moore. I think he could be the better draft-day bargain. It's a no-brainer in PPR leagues: Moore is better.
Yes, take Gates in Round 4. As long as he's on the field now, you should feel confident he will be ready for the start of the season.
Charles, no injuries and what the rookeis will do.
Sam, the safest is McCoy. But if you take Foster, AP, Johnson, Charles or Rice you will still be quite happy.
Hawker: Interesting. There's that Vick guy and that Rodgers guy. I think speedy RBs like McCoy, Charles and Moreno move up in those leagues because they catch the ball so much. DeSean, Harvin and Jacoby Ford also deserve a bump because they rush a few times a year.
Eric, plan on drafting Plaxico as a No. 3 WR with a mid-round pick. Tons of upside there as a redzone target.
Sharkk: I don't like McNabb's receiving corps. How often might he throw for 250 yards and 2 TDs?
Studly: Grant is solid. I like him plenty.
Heath, Hightower is safer because you can draft him later. But all three backs in Washington will likely split time. I'd still go with Torain first on Draft Day.
Blake, stick with Schaub. He's proven. Ryan does have a higher ceiling, but Schaub is safer since he's been a Top 5 QB before.
Mike, James Jones re-signing made BOTH Packers WRs undraftable. Jones is a late-round pick, Nelson falls off draft boards.
Tim: I like Rice better than Mendenhall.
Ramiro, there is no one for Blount to share carries with. He should be looking at 250-plus easy.
Shawn, I have said on record numerous times that Thomas will be the best rookie RB this year. A stud RB, that's iffy. But a definite starting option is a lock. I love the fit in Miami,
Ryan, the Texans are going to be cautious with Foster, and he won't see any action until at least next week. But word is he should be fine for the start of the season, so continue to draft him at No. 1 overall.
When all are healthy, you're benching Manningham. But with Colston's knee injury a concern, it's a good thing you have Manningham as a key reserve.
Gary, I think Hightower would need a lot to happen for him to be a No. 2 guy. But sure, if Torain is out and Helu turns into a bust, then Hightower can certainly be a No. 2 guy as the starter for the Redskins.
Joe: I'd go RB-WR-BPA-BPA ... BPA standing for Best Player Available.
Jarilla, go with Foster in any format. He's the best RB on the board this season.
Hutch, I'd say more of a No. 2 WR, not a No. 1. He's got some serious upside, though.