QB - Foles
WR - Jordy Nelson
WR - Percy Harvin
WR - Torrey Smith
RB - Montee Ball
RB - Zac Stacy
TE - Kyle Rudolph
BN - Alex Smith
BN - Stevan Ridley
BN - Dwayne Bowe
BN - Brandin Cooks
BN - Ladarius Green
K - Shayne Graham
Def - Arizona
BN - Denver
It would help slightly to grade this draft if I could see where you drafted players. There is no clear #1 pick player on your team, did you take Ball in round one?
I would give this team a C-. There is only one player I love in this group and that is Jordy Nelson. But without knowing where you drafted him I can't be sure if you got him as a steal or not.
If you take Foles 2013 numbers and extrapolate them over 16 starts he's basically an Aaron Rodgers type fantasy performer. The only problem is that in 2014 defenses will adjust to him, and he'll have to play the entire NFC West. He also benefited from a fluky INT drought last season. More likely, he'll be only a little better than QBs you'll find on the waiver wire during the season.
If Harvin stays healthy all year he will probably have fringe #3 WR fantasy numbers even when factoring rushing production and kickoff return TDs. He had something like 1 touch per quarter last season, it's amazing that he's a viable fantasy player at all given the lack of opportunity. Plus, he will probably get hurt.
I like Smith the player but he's meeeeeeh as a fantasy WR.
Ball will probably produce, I just don't think he's all that talented and it might only take a 3 fumble game for him to get benched for Hillman. Ball is going to miss the entire preseason and for a young player that is not going to help.
Stacy will only be good next season if the Rams run him into the ground ala Alfred Morris. I think they drafted Mason to keep Stacy's rep count in check. I view Stacy as a safe, solid #2 RB with limited upside, kind of like Frank Gore.
I sort of like the Rudolph pick, but he's kind of boom or bust.
Alex Smith is the definition of a waiver wire QB.
Ridley could be a good pick but from what I hear the smart money is on Vereen.
Bowe seems like the kind of WR who isn't terrible, but seems destined to hit the waiver wire at some point during the season in most leagues.
I never bother with rookie WRs unless I think their situation is exceptionally favorable. Cooks will probably be a #3 WR and IMO he was over-rated in the draft process. He might have a good career but I would be surprised if he put up big numbers right away.
Green is talented, but #2 TEs rarely do anything.
I wouldn't bother with two defenses. UDFA and the waiver wire are your friends.
I hope you didn't pay TOO much for Arizona's defense.