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I am currently last in my league and I have lost every game so far, so I'm kinda in panic mode. Here's my team:
QB- Kurt Warner
WR- Breylon Edwards
WR- Roddy White
RB- Adrian Peterson
RB- Ryan Grant
Flex- Thomas jones
K- Matt Pratter
Defense- GIants D
My question is what can i do to improve my team? I am pretty desperate...HELP please..THANK YOU!
I suggest you drop or trade the Matt boys. You only have 2 receivers and neither is #1 performer at WR . that's your Glaring weakness. See if you can Pick up Bryant or Lloyd. Also see if Branch of the seahawks is available. He might ba back after their bye week. What I think you should do is trade of your RB's preferably Mccfadden and package him with cassel to get a #1 WR. DON'T pick up any more QBs
Drop both those sorry Q.Bs in your bench The Matt brothers Why do you have 4 QBs anyway. I would pick up either J.To Sully or Griese. Drop R.Rice and Get Slaton, M.Bush, or R.Johnson. you will have a slot open so go for a wideout. Either A.Braynt of tampa or B.LLoyd of Chitown. They are the two #1 for there team right now. Hope this helps a lil.
drop cassell and schaub. try to trade one of your DEF, you really only need one. Trade the one that will get you the best value.
you have the right guys starting, they just havn't scored a lot. If Grant doesn't pick it up, consider starting McFadden over him especially if McFadden has a good matchup, other than that hold out and get Bryant WR or Slaton RB off waiver wire for those QBs.
Way too many QBs... Christ man. You only need two, max 3. not 4. You have no WR depth. Try trading either a QB or one of your Defenses for a WR. But with your QB's I don't think you have a lot of chance at much of an upgrade.
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