C'mon, everyone knows you take a RB first, they get the most points. And then you passed in the 2nd round on one? Not good man, but good luck!:salut:
Most points isn't what you are looking at in the draft. It's value vs. others at that position and the other positions.
Harrison will get 1300 yards and 13 TDs this year, so at 15 that was the right move. None of the RBs available would exceed that, and the WR you picked up in the next round definitely wouldn't have come close. Where you went wrong was taking Brees. You could have picked up a QB close to Brees in the next round, McNabb/Rivers/Bulger, and had one of those RBs like Maroney/McGahee/Benson who is assured of starting.
Either way, you may be ok, if LenDale and DeAngelo wind up starting. But right now, both are being outplayed, by Chris Brown and DeShaun Foster, and LenDale is hurt. You should have at least made sure you drafted one of those guys for your bench to ensure at least one RB starter.
But I wouldn't go so far as to say your team stinks. You have very strong WRs to compensate for your weaker RBs. In a 14-team league, that can help alot. You might get 22 TDs out of your WRs, and 12 out of your RBs, while the others get 20 out of their RBs and 15 out of their WRs. It doesn't matter where the points come from, and you'll score your share with that team.