Vick is not a good fantasy quarterback. He’s fun to watch but will give you headaches all season long as you wonder if he’s going to throw for 75 yards and two picks, or run for three touchdowns. Trent Green is solid and reliable; start him.
You’ve got depth at runningback but after Portis, no one really outstanding. Westbrook, Jones, Jones, Barber are pedestrian and will put up average numbers. I have a feeling you’ll cycle through your four non-stud RBs each week trying to predict which will have the best game. In this situation, depth can give you an ulcer.
TE is good, kicker is good. Defense is good.
Wideouts are weak. Moulds still doesn’t have a 2nd receiver to take pressure off him, and Bledsoe … is Bledsoe. Chambers could conceivably be your best WR, but nobody in Miami seems to want to be a starting QB. Rogers, if he can stay healthy, has some potential there.
What are the rules around adding/dropping players? There will come a time when your TE/K/DEF have a bye, and you don’t want to give up those points. If adds/drops are not worth the hassle, you may have wanted to consider picking up a backup K/DEF in the late rounds of the draft and give up some of your RB depth.
Basically, if I were matched up against you in a given week, I’d only worry about what Green and Portis would do. Heap would only cause me concern if I felt we were matched up tightly elsewhere and the TE points would put you over the top. It’s not really an intimidating fantasy team.