I took over a team one season into a keeper league. There's 14 teams and we start 1 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 1 RB/WR, 1 TE, 1 DEF/ST, 1 K and have 18 man rosters. There's two rookie spots that must be filled by rookies. Scoring is standard except for .5 PPR, .15 per completion, 3 bonus points for 100 yards rushing or receiving or 250 yards passing, and 2 more bonus points for 150 yards rushing or receiving or 350 yards passing. Here's my team:
QB: Matt Schaub
RB: Marion Barber
RB: Marshawn Lynch
WR: Calvin Johnson
WR: Roddy White
WR: Reggie Wayne
RB/WR: Knowshon Moreno
TE: Jason Witten
K: Nate Kaeding
Bench: Ben Roethlisberger, Lendale White, Donald Driver, Jamaal Charles, Leon Washington, Kevin Curtis, Deion Branch, Austin Collie
So I feel really excited about this team. I think my depth is strong everywhere but TE, but that can't really be helped. My RB situation will be weak without Lynch at the beginning of the season but I am playing most of the worst teams in my league then. I think my WR core is pretty well stacked, I think Witten is the best TE this year, and I think that I can platoon Schaub and Big Ben to get good production out of the QB spot.
All of my starters except for Barber and Calvin have multi-year contracts and I can extend one of them at the end of the year. I've been trying to trade one of them for a player with a multi-year deal so that I'll have my whole starting lineup for next year set but so far no such luck.
Mike Walker and Danny Ware are still on the waiver wire. Would you drop Deion Branch or any other non-rookie for either of them?
So what do you think? Is my team really strong or am I overrating them? Any weaknesses I should be looking to address?
Thanks in advance for the help.