Hurts is a great example for a rather terrible NFL QB who works very well in fantasy. As long as he plays, he’s a QB1. But as Ed said, you will need a backup. This draft class doesn’t offer many good options, though.
RB: I don’t see an RB1 in that group. But you’ve got depth there, which can be even more important. Without a 1st round pick, you will not get a top RB in the draft, so I’d leave that position for a later year.
WR: again, no real top option there. Renfrow isn’t likely to repeat his 2021 season. Your best option is Elijah Moore, who has WR2 potential, but will heavily depend on his QB taking another step forward. In PPR, you need at least 1 target hog on WR. As it stands, you have none. This should be your top priority.
TE looks fine.
Nyheim Hines has lost most of his passing down appeal with JT’s breakout. I still keep him in my PPR league, but he needs a JT injury to become relevant again.
Boston Scott, Jordan Howard, Mike Williams, Russell Gage and Jakobi Meyers are all free agents, so you need to monitor their contract situation.
Overall, I’m not as optimistic about your team as Ed is. You have depth, but no punch. This could get you stuck in the mid-tier dilemma. Your team is too good to earn a good draft spot, but not good enough to be a contender.
Trading can be difficult, as none of your players is one that other owners typically overpay for. You can try to combine 1 player + 1-2 draft picks and try to get a 1st rounder or a top player for that package.
You are at least 2-3 players away from being a contender. So do not trade away any future draft picks. I often see owners with a roster like yours trade away their 2023 1st for players like Cam Akers or Leonard Fournette. But your team will be stuck in mediocrity for the foreseeable future with that approach.
The 2022 draft class doesn’t seem to be the best time to start a full rebuild. But depending how your season goes, I would consider trading a few players away for 2023 draft picks during the season.