While I think understanding of wet-lab sequencing protocols can be relevant to Biostars, my main concern is that project leads need to make sure they understand projects thoroughly (and taking the time to understand everything properly / substantially needs to be taken into consideration when defining your total number of projects to work on).
I would also say that it is important to gradually expand your skill sets, and make sure you fully utilize your previous experience. So, I have serious concerns if you are trying to suddenly work with a large number of RNA-Seq samples, if you have no previous experience with coding analysis (preferably using free, publicly available programs) and/or understanding of the all the steps used to prepare samples.
To be clear, I am not saying it is bad to learn more about RNA-Seq analysis if you currently have little or now experience. However, I am saying that you need to gain experience gradually. So, I am a little concerned about your wording to "farmout" the analysis part.