I have one league where I have been fortunate to start 7-2.Here is my all star team(cough cough)QB: T.Brady, J.PlummerRB: J.Lewis, W.McGahee, W.Dunn, K.Jones, S.Morris, TJ Duckett, T.HenryWR: R.Moss, J.Walker, R.Wayne, R.GardnerTE: T.GonzoK: Kaeding/K.BrownDef: Pittsburgh, T.BayI think for a start 2 WR, I have come out smelling like a rose considering Moss was my 1st round pick. I traded D.Staley and Keyshawn Johnson week 4 to obtain T.Brady. I have gotten fairly solid play from my QBs and Jake Plummer has really drove a stake through my oponents the last 2 weeks...it can't last though, can it?My RB are a rag tag group...I got McGahee on waivers of all things the 1st couple weeks of the season...it happens. Kevin Jones is useless to me right now and I would like to cut him but I am not sure who I would get. My team if you look at it in week 4-5 was very average and I was 2-2 at that point. In fact I started the season 0-2 and have ripped off 7 in a row. The past 4 weeks has seen Plummer, Gonzo, and McGahee really turn it on.I did not draft Walker, in fact I traded Faulk/Driver for him and got Henry to ensure the Bills backfield and get a better frontline starter at WR with R.Moss out. When you look at my team, I don't think it strikes fear...I don't have a Culpepper, Priest, Green, or an Owens...those guys scare me to death. However, being in 1st place you can say that I basically have a solid backfield with a lot of RB to choose from different weeks and a better than average WR core when fully helthy...if R.Moss comes back it could be special. Gonzo has to keep producing in order to have that big edge at TE that so many owners crave.What are you putting on the frontline? What do you attribute to your success this season? And what starters you are playing have you worried for the playoff stretch/run?