I can't say that I'm 100% satisfied with the draft, but not many folks can say that at this time.
My strategy with the QBs is trade bait. There will be 4 or 5 owners that will highly covet one of those QBs around week 3. So, that is the only reason I took them both that high.
Holt is money in the bank, and Coles is a solid #2 in my opinion. He has had 5, 6 and 7 TDs each of the last 3 years and just over 1,200 yards 80 receptions each of the last 2. The addition of Brunell (not to mention Portis) should improve their passing game, so I see Brunell-Coles having great chemistry.
Rice was a reach, but I didn't like the other available talent that much better at the time. Plus - he's #3, and in due time Calico should return and do the amazing things that I think he will do in TN. Calico is my projected #3 by Oct 1. The other guys are just depth and trade fodder.
My RBs do have questions, but the top 7 RBs were being kept. I could have dropped Davis and taken Edge, Dillon, Rudi, Taylor. I'm not sold that any of those guys (with the exception of Rudi) are that much more a sure thing to reach 1,200 yds and 10 TDs. Henry falling to me in R3 (#23 overall), after I have Davis and Holt ... knowing that I wouldn't pick again until #38 overall ... that was a no-brainer.
Everyone after R3 kept waiting to see how far Faulk would fall. So, I took him as my #3 RB at the top of R6 after selecting Pennington. I think it was wise.
Again, I can take one of my QBs and Faulk ... and acquire a top caliber RB or WR. There were at least 5 times when the player I wanted was taken 1 or 2 slots before me, dramatically altering my philosophy.