You did look at the rest of my team though, right? I've won 4 years in a row, so I know what I'm doing. I'll win again even if I am weak at RB. I have the #3 ranked FF QB, the best WR, the best TE, the best DEF, and the best K. It's all but over. Considering the fact that I always do the best in the waiver wire, no one has a chance against me. Last year I got Hillis, Lloyd, and Blount. There will be similar surprise FAs this year, and they'll all be mine. I totally disagree about my RBs being "horrible". That's not true, at all. Green-Ellis is a starter. Hightower is a starter. Those are the facts. To say that they won't be the featured backs for their teams is silly. Woodhead will surely get in on action and end up around 8-10 TDs for the season, but with nowhere near the yards of Green-Ellis. In 11 starts last year, Green-Ellis ran for 1,008 yards and 13 TDs! He will have more yards this year and a similar amount of TDs. Totally worth a 5th round draft pick. Last year on a terrible team, with only 153 carries, Hightower rushed for 736 yards and 5 TDs. Is that, by any means, spectacular? Absolutely not. But, it is sufficient of what my team needs, and I'll be fine. Also, expect him to have 1,000 yards and 10 TDs this year. Totally worth a 6th round pick. As for Bernard Scott and Donald Brown, why would I want to get them? Neither are better than ANY of the RBs I have. Don't forget about McGahee - who I have as well. He will get all goal line carries, and Moreno can't stay healthy, so don't be surprised if McGahee is starting half way through the season. The only RB I'm looking at adding right now is Javon Ringer due to the whole CJ issue, obviously. However, I have no idea who I should drop. I like Thomas Jones and LT, but I'll admit their production will be much lower this season. I just don't know if I'm willing to drop anyone for Ringer right now.