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12 man PPR
QB - RGIII
RB - AP
RB - Ridley
WR - Amendola
WR - Shorts
WR - Hopkins
Flex - Vereen
TE - Graham
Bench - Pead, Daryl Richardson, Zac Stacy, Sanu, Roethlisberger, Dobson
Maybe I am panicking but I feel like my WRs are really weak. I have gotten the offer to send AP for Dez Bryant and David Wilson. Improves WR but feels like I may take a beating at RB. I could possibly counter for Chris Johnson and Dez Bryant?
Any thoughts on say AP for Reggie Bush and Calvin Johnson......or Reggie Bush and Julio Jones?
i say take the trade. there is absolutely no way you dont end up with two startable running backs from all those guys, and youll probably have 3. so then you can start bryant and whichever other reciever you like best every week.see if you can get a better qb instead of wilson though
thanks. I offered for Bush and CJ. I couldn't figure out who to grap at the end so went for Stacy. Looking back it was a bad move and I figure either Pead or Richardson come ahead. I have gotten some bad offers which I don't get (guess people are trying to hose me). I mean I get offers of Murray and Demaryius for Peterson and shorts or amendola. Maybe I just overvalue AP
Dez Bryant and David Wilson is not a good trade offer, so reject it. Chris Johnson and Dez Bryant is borderling. If you can get Calvin Johnson and Reggie Bush, that isnt bad. Julio Jones/Reggie Bush is the 2nd best option and is still ok but just not as good. What WRs are in the FA pool? Even in a 12 team league there have to be some decent flyers to gamble on. I think you put yourself in trouble by drafting all three StL RBs, which is killing your bench. Ok, if one guy looks like he will be decent as a flex, then keep him and drop the other two, but what if the really do use a true RBBC? Makes it tough.
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