Draft and Trade Talk Message Board
- Reply to snowdyce Oct 23, 2014 2:15 PMA Yahoo! User Oct 24, 2014 9:45 AM Flag
If Gronk stays healthy, then Brady
If not, then Kaepernick.
If you want to answer your question you have to answer this: "Does Gronk stay healthy?"
- A Yahoo! User Oct 24, 2014 9:29 AM Flag
why in the world would you do this to yourself? No. Do not trade a starter in a good offense for Ryan Matthews. He cannot stay healthy. Both Beckham and Randle have upside, with Beckham being higher. Trade Randle because having both doesn't do much for you...but not for Ryan Matthews.....NEVER for Ryan Matthews.
- A Yahoo! User Oct 24, 2014 9:19 AM Flag
You have three starting runningbacks, 4 X receivers and the Y for the broncos...two comparable QBs and decent TE's....why do you feel the need to trade for anything? Yes Green is a certifiable superstar and in many ways I think the best wide receiver in the NFL....look at the Bengals without him. But again I ask....why trade at all?You have a very good team.
- A Yahoo! User Oct 24, 2014 8:59 AM Flag
Allen...he's the X receiver in a competent offense. DJAX is in the offensive output blackhole known as the Washington Redskins. With Colt McCoy running the show until RGIII gets back...who wasn't doing very well to begin with.
I'm not a huge fan of Allen...he's been on IR by the end of the last two seasons.
- A Yahoo! User Oct 24, 2014 8:53 AM Flag
A lot of "what ifs" here.
If it was the Morris of even last year, I'd say no. He's still awesome, but playing for a bad team.
Losing Rogers for Brady though...I don't know...yes you get foster...with Brady and Foster at their current levels vs the other three, you win out...but there's still some questions about how long the Pats will keep this up, and it all depends on how long Gronk stays healthy. Which we all know is risky business.
My question would be this....what's your record? And why is he selling Brady and Foster? Probably because he has the same questions I do. If you're doing well, then I'd stay put.
- A Yahoo! User Oct 24, 2014 5:22 AM Flag
it's a 50/50...williams is the better talent, Crowell's on the better running team...both Tate and Jennings have re-ocurring injury issues...I like Williams a lot because he's the better talent, but it's really a coin flip.
- A Yahoo! User Oct 24, 2014 4:17 AM Flag
This is the longest season I can think of that Ahmad Bradshaw has gone without ending up on IR or being sidelined for a month....it's coming. And Richardson has been very productive as of late and eventually he should be the goal line back.
- A Yahoo! User Oct 24, 2014 4:16 AM Flag
Nelson is a larger upgrade over tate and company than the loss of bell, who's injured a lot and shares a decent amount of touches with reggie bush. And who knows what gordon will end up doing, drop hunter to make room, he has a new rookie qb throwing to him.
- A Yahoo! User Oct 24, 2014 3:40 AM Flag
you need to post your full roster. If you're deep in WR and hurting at RB then sure. Without seeing the roster how can we tell? Based soley on the players I would do it just to get Ingram.
- A Yahoo! User Sep 18, 2014 3:21 AM Flag
Ingram. Matthews us always on IR by the end of the year. Ingram was the 4th highest scoring RB in one of my leagues over the first two weeks....playing with a dislocated wrist.
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Should I trade Antonio Brown, Reggie Bush and Frank Gore for Vincent Jackson, Giovani Bernard and Bernard Pierceby Brian Sep 17, 2014 7:09 PMA Yahoo! User Sep 18, 2014 3:19 AM Flag
If you're really struggling at RB....like Bush is your best starter, then sure.
If Pierce or Bernard are going to ride the bench, then no, because you won't be able to replace Brown's production.
- A Yahoo! User Sep 16, 2014 6:00 AM Flag
Tampa is horrible (and I'm a Bucs fan) but they tend to produce low scoring affairs. Newton's a fantasy stud going against a so-so defense, but as usual, he's on a run first team with no one to throw to. Hasn't stopped him yet.
- A Yahoo! User Sep 16, 2014 5:53 AM Flag
I would definitely put West at the head of the waiver wire. I've watched both those games and he's got Jamal Lewis qualities. Now let's see how long he holds up.
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