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  • KillMoves KillMoves Oct 8, 2013 11:54 PM Flag

    Kind of Stacked ...weaknesses???

    i'm not too full of myself i do like my team but i'm trying to figure out the best way to actually improve my team

    http://football.fantasysports.yahoo.com/f1/737044/3

    i'm thinking about trying to go after a top-tier WR1 instead of all these 2nd tier WR
    offering Trent and A.Boldin for Dez Bryant???
    thoughts???

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    • You're 5-0, getting greedy and worrying about playoffs that are 2 months away. Alot can happen between now and then. What if make a trade and the player you get a la Julio Jones gets hurt? Then where are you? Make a change when it is needed, not just because you "feel like it".

      You have the #1 scorer in Fantasy at QB. RBs are solid, not doing great, but could ( especially T Rich and Bell) be very good later on. No "star" WRs, but Andre is close to a WR1, Jordy is solid scores good points EVERY week WR2, Decker is getting more points than expected, Boldin is good and your TE has been monstrous the last 2 weeks.

      If you are going to do ANYTHING, then it should be improving your WR 5 and 6. Austin is hurt. Stevie has not done much and with a practice squad QB may be expendable. Look at guys like Allen in SD, Terrance Williams in Dallas, Jeffery if he is still there and maybe Ted Ginn as waiver wire replacements for these guys and a supplement to Boldin.

    • of course that link didn't work so...

      standard public 12 t h2h

      P.Manning
      Decker
      A.Johnson
      Jordy Nelson
      D.Murray
      R.Rice
      T.Gonz
      D.Bailey~K
      streaming a DEF
      Trent R.
      LeVeon Bell
      Fred Jackson
      A.Boldin
      M.Austin
      Stevie Johnson

      so there's the squad currently 5-0 but i know i need some more firepower for the playoffs

      who to move, who to go after... thinking Dez, Marshall, AJ Green who would it take to get those WR1z???

 

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