Gotta say though, the whole system is now geared toward making it relatively easier for FF noobs to compete. My first FF draft (and only one to date, but even though I was a FF noob I was an avid football fan, which made it easier), there were at least a couple of people (including the guy that picked first!) who had no freakin' clue what they were doing, and as a result had horrible teams and/or consistently forgot to sub their bye players. Now with complete rankings/projections I doubt anyone will end up with a really bad team unless they a) pay zero attention to rankings and pick players by throwing darts at a board or b) get hammered by the injury bug.
First time playing FF, and I won the league for the regular season (my first draft choice with the 2nd overall pick - Payton Manning. The year he set the then record for TDs in a season, and I had one of his receivers too. Made up for the fact that my running backs underperformed.
My only advice (if anyone cares) would be not to be too much of a homer and load up on players from your favorite team, and also don't pick many players on teams (or just players overall) that you absolutely loathe. Just because a guy is rated as the next best pick on the board doesn't mean you should take him - those are projections, not guarantees. Nothing worse than being two points down in your fantasy league and being forced to actually root for a team you hate on Monday night. It's bad for your football soul.
Which is why there will be no Ravens on my team.