As I said before, I would go through each team and discuss their lineups. I will use their projected stats to see how each team stacks up against each other. The projections I used come from fangraphs (Rotochamp's projections).
Here are the totals after I punched in everyone's current starting lineups:
I then decided to assign a 12 to 1 point scale for each category. This is how each team finished.
I also thought I did a good job of drafting for stolen bases, but I guess I was wrong. I could probably trade someone for a high average/OBP guy.
He counters a low average power-hitter, with a high average SB guy. Very lucky how that worked out. I honestly do not believe that Mark Reynolds will hit .230 as they projected. I also could see Aubrey Huff having a bit of a regression from last season.
I could also see some health issues working against Offord. Manny/Pedroia/Konerko...can they all stay healthy?
In all honesty though, I like his lineup.
I honestly think he could afford to make a trade to try and pick up a power-hitter who will drive in some runs. Aside from Pujols, he has no one that is a candidate for 100 RBIs. Also, he has three guys projecting for an OBP over .400.
Since this is a head-to-head league, I could see Gideon's team just stomping people in three categories each week and then squeaking out stolen bases and another one.
I am going to keep going, but I may not comment on every team.
So there are the teams. Should be an interesting season. Obviously projections are never 100% accurate, but it is nice to see where you might need help. We look at pitching tomorrow maybe.