Paul, I'd look at Jason Avant with a late-round pick if Maclin is out.
Gled: I think Lloyd is OK as a low-end No. 2 Fantasy WR. Best to take him starting in Round 6 or 7. That way if he busts then owners won't be hurt too bad.
I'm staying away from Green-Ellis this season. He's a clear bust candidate.
John, does reality TV count? Nothing doing with Owens.
Teddy: I think he's a decent No. 3. He trailed off last season and the word is sort of out on how to defend against him. I'm worried he'll disappoint.
Norm, I don't want any of them besides Johnson, but I would look at Jones or Walter late. Very late.
Todd, he definitely does! Spiller is very talented and has had a year to get to know the Bills offense. He could be good and is worth a late pick.
Is that Moss question serious?!
Dave, it goes like this. You draft Felix Jones as a potential starter, Murray with a mid-round pick and Choice late. Jones is the guy to target.
Trent, Garcon is always going to be underrated. I have him as the No. 3 WR for the Colts behind Wayne and Collie, but he's still worth drafting as a potential starter with a pick as early as Round 6.
Bob: I love McCoy. He should be a monster for Fantasy. I like Best more as a No. 2 RB worth a pick in Round 4 or 5. Injury concerns there obviously.
Tony, Benson is your safest option, but Greene could be your best. All three are in the same boat as quality No. 2 options.
Ben, stick with Gates. In the story I just wrote on Average Draft Position, you'll see that Clark is actually being drafted third behind Gates and Witten.
Ben, if you're looking for a safe elite TE, then Jason Witten is your guy. Antonio Gates and Dallas Clark do have a ton of upside, obviously, but their injury history is well documented.
Heidi, both will come cheap, so that's good. Know this: Gronkowski should stay on the field quite often for the Patriots. Graham might not, remains to be seen.
Troy, if you value Holmes as a No. 3 you'll never get him. He's getting drafted as a No. 2 option.
Dai, I would go with Brady. Higher upside than Manning.
Jack, I don't mind so long as they're both in awesome offenses. Dallas qualifies.
Josh, I would consider Collie a low-end No. 2 guy. The key is health, and so far he's healthy. Tremendous upside there in Round 5.
Josh: I love Collie's game but hate his concussion issues. If you draft him, don't do it early.
Best, for sure, in PPR leagues. Love his upside this season, and he continues to move up my draft board.
Floyd, I think Sidney Rice cashed in with the Seahawks. I don't love his QB, either. He might take it easy this year after having hip surgery.