WOW my RBs and WRs are strong. LOL at Batch getting the nod in week 1.BassNBrew - 6 hole:QBs- Roethlisberger, Batch: I'll catch hell from you guys, but QB is vastly over rate is this format. I won MBSL and had the second overall scoring team of 48 basically just carrying T. Green. People survive weeks w/o a QB all the time and with all the question marks on these teams, I'll likely not be the only one w/o a QB. Batch backups Big Ben just in case. What I lost in points from a second QB will be more then covered by my superiority elsewhere.RBs- S.Jackson, Bell, Barlow, M.Barber: SJax will be the man. If Bell matches what he did last year (solid #2 in this format), he'll exceed his draft position. Barlow was a wildcard and will put up points somewhere...hopefully Carolina. Barber proved he's on par with JJ who will get hurt anyway. I should have at least 2 primary starting RBs most of the year.WRs- C.Johnson, R.Brown, K.Johnson, S.Parker, McCareins, Berrian, A.Davis: Tickled to death with this crew. I got huge value with most of the picks and have guys that will post huge weeks.TEs- Crumpler, LJ.Smith: Best duo in the league.Ks- Rackers, Reed: Best kicker in the league and a guy that will make big hay when my QBs drives stall in the red zone.DSTs- Buffalo, Minnesota, St.Louis: No powerhouses, but 3 defenses that have a history of being wildly variable and posting the occasional huge week. The extra defense, upgrade in kicker, and 3 defenses will far surpass what I could have gotten by chasing question mark QBs. All of my players will be back with their team (except for Barlow). No rookies, no old guys (other then Meshawn), and a pile of players who could hit their stride this year. Basically a very safe team with lots of upside.