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A couple of questions...
When I drafted, I drafted Brees as my starter and Alex Smith as my back up. Well, as you know, Smith sucked and then got injured, so I picked up Garcia. At the start of the year Brees was horrible, but he seems to be coming around. So now I have a QB controversy brewing!!!
I have a guy that is interested in either one of them ... which one should I let go and for who? I figure I could always use and upgrade at either RB or WR if I can swing it...or should I just hang on to both Brees and Garcia?
1 QB/2 RB/2 WR/1 W/R/1 TE/1 K/1 D - league type
RB: Westbrook/T. Jones/Alexander
WR: S. Smith/Boldin/Evans/Muhammad/Chambers/Walker
TE: E. Johnson/Heap
K: Graham/K. Brown
D: Tenessee/Green Bay
id' say give them Garcia. Brees is starting to come around and the offense is starting to click, they are a pass happy offense. Garcia is also a solid start, but if the Bucs ever get ahead in a game they will most likely pound the ball away, so Garcia doesn't throw the ball that much. He's still solid none the less
If its H2H you may consider Braylon Edwards...he's been a stud all year and Clevelands opponents in week 15,16&17 are bad defensive teams as well as cleveland so they will need to score points and will score points...
Also I agree with him up there and see if S Jackson does do anything...his team is hurtin for a QB real bad so you may be able to swing a really good deal by dealing one of your QB's and a WR, which u have a few that could be let go for Braylon and S. Jackson...
But I really think Braylon will be good for you depending on what format you are in
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