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I know it was a fluke, but I am starting to question my roster. It is a 10 team non-PPR and I had pick #10. My team is:
QB: Matt Schaub
RB: Jonathan Stewart
RB: Jahvid Best
RB/WR: Brandon Jackson
WR: Randy Moss
WR: Andre Johnson
TE: Kellen Winslow
K: Garrett Hartley
BE: Malcolm Floyd
BE: Dwayne Bowe
BE: Felix Jones
BE: Darren McFadden
BE: Ben Roethlisberger
BE: Mike Wallace
Should I stick it out or accept a trade of Moss/Jones for Gore? Or should I pursue something else? Thanks!
- 2 Replies to Shannon
If it was me I'd rather do the Felix deal. Save Big Ben for another trade asset. I don't think any of those Dallas RBs are fantasy worthy because they're going to throw the ball all day long and their running game involves all three of them. Ben meanwhile will be much more valuable in the long run when he's playing again. You'll get Big Ben back just in time for Schaub's bye week and then you can trade him the next week.
after further review, RMoss/Jones for Gore... you are fine at WR, but at RB you have a bunch of #2's, and Best is facing some really tough defenses, he is without Stafford, and they don't have a great O-Line just yet.
Stewart is a #2, McFadden has never amounted to much, Felix usually gets hurt and misses games - but so does Gore.
You can deal RMoss and Jones, but you need a legit #1 RB like Gore, and you need a decent TE besides Winslow, who ALWAYS misses games.
Yeah, definitely do that deal Shannon. JStew might pay dividends, but that Panthers O is looking like a trainwreck with Moore running the ship. Gore should be a huge upgrade. Plus Bowe and Floyd should look a lot better when it's not pouring down rain, and Sixty Minutes Mike Wallace will be sharp when Ben gets back.
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