Let's put together a little preview of our 2018-2019 Rosters.... how you're up in your feels them and what you're looking to address in the upcoming fraft.
As it sits I believe the Mighty Sweatermeats are a pretty heavy contender for another run at the title this year. Another year has passed and with a few real life team moves and coaching changes I think the Sweatermeats have come out in pretty good shape.
QB's: All young, Wentz is mediocre and should barely get me any points. Carr with a new coach and getting Bryant could really come around from his semi-slump. Trubisky is the greatest question and potential to improve with some great off season trades has seen whats rated as the best draft and off season of all NFL teams. These three should carry me for years to come.
RB's: With my young studs that were rookies last year Kamara and McCaffrey I'm set for a few years. My other stud in Freeman is getting a little long in the tooth for a RB.... as is Lewis and Murray, though both can throw up some pretty good points on any given Sunday. Breida and Conner are in their sophomore year as well and hertofore haven't done much, but hopefully we'll see them come around.
WR's: I think the biggest weakness on my team. I'm missing a true WR1... though Matthew's is rated as one, he doesn't put up the points like one. I have a few WR2's in Woods and Moncrief that could really take off this year. Moncrief for one needs to do something this year or he may be dead to me. Several of my guys in Agholor, Bryant, Gabriel are starting slot guys but aren't consistantly getting me big points. All in all... there are 5 of them that got me over 100 points last year, so they are serviceable, but we don't have a huge standout crew.
TE's: With the retirement of Witten I new I had to pick up a real TE1 as OJ Howard seems to be taking a bit to come along. The trade for Kelce I think was the best thing I could have done for my team. He should be a stud for years to come and if Howard really does turn out... that duo will be hard to not start in tandem.
8‑6‑0, 133.9, 4‑2‑0
Last year my team went 8-6 in the regular season. Pretty middle of the road, but it was enough to take the division with a divisional 4-2 record. I don't see a reason I wouldn't do so again. Last year I averaged 133.9 ppg. Again... I think that should bump up a little. I'm predicting a divison title for the Sweatermeat's and depending on how we do in the draft it really could turn into a juggernaut. The power of youth prevails in this team.
I don't see the Mighty Sweatermeat's needing to target a QB, nor a TE for a few years at least, but of course if one should be there and the best on the bored it's not out of the picture. Obviously the big gap for the Sweatermeats is our WR crop. With the 11th pick, I don't believe we'll be able to get someone who can make an immediate impact this year, but we may be able to get a guy or two who can develop into something better than what we're working with. Secondarily it would be good to take a flyer or two on a young RB, hopefully lightning strikes and we get someone who outplays his ranking. We're pretty deep in RB's this fraft, so there could be some decent dudes still left on the board for my two 2nd round picks.