Now that the draft is in the books, let's take a look at the teams that were assembled, using the Fantasy Pros projected fantasy points for each team as a benchmark for rating the squads.
You can view the full rosters for each team here.
1. Franchise No. 9: (991 points)
It's interesting that Franchise No. 9 was picked as the "best" team in this league, as a lot of things need to go right for this club to realize its potential.
Whether it's running backs Ahmad Bradshaw and Chris Ivory, tight end Rob Gronkowski or quarterback Robert Griffin, there are more than a few players on this team who are either nicked up right now or coming off of major injuries.
If they return to form, this could be a formidable team, but things could also go sideways in a hurry.
2. Franchise No. 2: (974 points)
This team's front line is rock-solid. Franchise No. 2 has a player at each of the four offensive positions (Peyton Manning, Arian Foster, Larry Fitzgerald and Tony Gonzalez) who could easily finish the year in the top five at their respective position.
However, if Maurice Jones-Drew struggles in his return from a Lisfranc injury, then the RB2 spot could become a real problem rather quickly, as neither Eddie Lacy nor Daryl Richardson exactly screams "weekly starter" in this scoring system.
3. Franchise No. 1 (948 points)
Franchise No. 1 looks to be a pretty well-balanced squad.
In Adrian Peterson, Steven Jackson and Lamar Miller, this team has a solid trio of running backs, and the same can be said for Randall Cobb, Dwayne Bowe and Steve Smith at wide receiver.
If quarterback Colin Kaepernick and tight end Vernon Davis perform as well for the San Francisco 49ers in 2013 as many expect, then the team that had the first overall pick should be looking good for the playoffs.
4. Franchise No. 6 (934 points)
Frankly, Franchise No. 6 should take it as a compliment that Fantasy Pros feels they assembled a team that's less than a point per game worse than the club with the first pick. That's no easy feat from the middle of the round.
Franchise No. 6 has a decent stable of backs and receivers, and the duo of Russell Wilson and Andrew Luck offers a great insurance policy against an injury at the quarterback position.
There's no such safety net at tight end, though. Jason Witten of the Dallas Cowboys is the only one on the roster, and that could portend disaster were he to go down.
5. Franchise No. 4 (922 points)
Franchise No. 4 dodged one lulu of a bullet recently, with Dave Skretta of The Associated Press reporting (h/t Yahoo! Sports) that Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles' foot injury isn't believed to be serious.
Had it been a major injury, this team would have been sunk, as the decision to draft a quarterback early (Drew Brees) already cost the team some depth at other positions.
That's especially evident at wide receiver. Reggie Wayne and James Jones had huge seasons in 2012, but if they can't back those numbers up in 2013, or if Stevie Johnson's hamstring problems linger, then Franchise No. 4 may have big problems.
6. Franchise No. 3 (919 points)
Franchise No. 3 has an impressive duo of wideouts in Julio Jones and Andre Johnson, and the pairing of Matthew Stafford and Tony Romo provides excellent depth under center.
With that said, though, there are some real issues at running back behind Doug Martin.
David Wilson of the New York Giants is an electrifying talent, but with Andre Brown potentially sharing carries with him in New York, Wilson is a risky RB2 in standard scoring formats. The same goes for Darren Sproles, whose value is much higher in leagues that award a point for receptions.
Depth at wide receiver behind Jones and Johnson may also become a concern. Justin Blackmon is suspended for the first four games of the season, Danny Amendola has had trouble staying on the field the past two years, and Chris Givens doesn't appear ready to hand the mantle of top receiver for the St. Louis Rams over to Tavon Austin without a fight.
7. Franchise No. 10 (917 points)
The selection of Ray Rice and LeSean McCoy with their first two picks gives Franchise No. 10 a nice one-two punch at running back, but Fantasy Pros was apparently left unimpressed with the rest of the draft.
We're inclined to disagree.
Aaron Rodgers gives Franchise No. 10 arguably the top fantasy quarterback, and Michael Vick was a solid "lottery ticket" pick late in the draft as his backup.
The team is also well-off at wide receiver, with Golden Tate providing a decent insurance policy against Josh Gordon's suspension and Jordy Nelson's knee injury.
If either Jared Cook or Rob Housler is able to emerge as a solid weekly starter at tight end, this team is a good bet to out-perform this ranking.
8. Franchise No. 7 (898 points)
Franchise No. 7 may have fantasy football's top wide receiver in Calvin Johnson, but other than Megatron, this team has as many questions as answers.
Many pundits expect a significant statistical regression from quarterback Tom Brady in 2013, and the decision to go with a wide receiver in the first round leaves the team somewhat thin at running back, especially if DeMarco Murray can't stay on the field.
The third wide receiver spot and tight end position are also potential areas of concern, and if the re-tooled Tampa Bay secondary doesn't improve considerably this year, Franchise No. 7's defense could be shaky as well.
Franchise No. 7 may have some in-season work to do.
9. Franchise No. 5 (885 points)
Franchise No. 5 is the sole team in the league that only drafted four running backs, and it's a decision they may regret.
Sure, Marshawn Lynch and Stevan Ridley are a solid starting pair, but Rashard Mendenhall is already nursing a sore knee, and Ahmad Bradshaw's looming return to practice could mean a reduced role in the Indianapolis Colts offense for Vick Ballard.
There's no harder hole to plug in-season than one at running back, and if one of the front-liners gets hurt, that's a lesson that Franchise No. 5 is going to learn the hard way.
10. Franchise No. 8 (834 points)
Franchise No. 8 received, by far, the lowest score of the 10 teams in this league, coming in over 50 fantasy points lower than the team ranked ninth.
In Victor Cruz and Brandon Marshall, this team has a rock-solid one-two punch at receiver, with Cecil Shorts making for a fine "third amigo."
The problem is that either Ryan Mathews or Darren McFadden is going to have to stay healthy and serve as a viable second tailback behind Alfred Morris.
If that happens, Franchise No. 8 should do significantly better than last place, but that's one whopper of an "if."