I think Cheese's post here http://football.razzball.com/value-based-drafting
helps quantify why you shouldn't take a QB early. The idea that 8 out of the top 10 were QB'a just shows you that the 8th QB taken has a good chance of being very close in points to the 1st QB taken. In ESPN standard scoring I believe 7 out of the top 10 fantasy scorers were QB's. There are good arguments to go WR/WR as well. I am a RB/RB guy usually, but would go RB/WR/RB if I thought the right RB would fall to me in the third (Ronnie!).