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I would like to go after a trade for Gio Bernard while he is on his bye week and the team who owns him is struggling. However, I am not too sure on what to offer. His team is weak at WR, which happens to be a strength of mine though my best trading chip in D. Thomas is also on a bye this week. What would be a fair offer based on the teams below in a standard scoring league? (Right now leaning towards D. Thomas and K. Davis for Gio and one of his WR not named Hartline)
WR: D. Thomas, J. Nelson, E. Sanders, B. Cooks
RB: A. Morris. R. Jennings, D. Brown, J. Bell, K. Davis
TE: Dropping Pitta...
QB: Alex Smith, Tony Romo
WR: K. Allen, P. Garcon, M. Crabtree, B. Hartline
RB: J Charles, Gio Bernard, D. Sproles, T. West
TE: Heath Miller
I thought Davis might be a nice addition to D. Thomas since the owner has Charles, but I am still not sure, especially since I am going after a bye week player and offering another bye week player which kind of defeats the purpose...Or I could offer up one of my better RB's in Morris or Jennings plus Cooks or Sanders, but not sure if he would bite. Any thoughts would be much appreciated
- Christopher Christopher Sep 21, 2014 11:50 AM Flag
I wouldn't make that trade. Palmer when healthy is just as good as Wilson. And T. West, although a good RB, is only in the starting line-up until Tate returns so he is only a temporary player. Morris is good, but not on the same level as Forte.
- Christopher Christopher Sep 21, 2014 11:45 AM Flag
I'd go with Bradshaw in this case. Though Davis would be a superior option, the strong likelyhood that Charles will play today makes Davis too much of a risk. Plus the Jags should give Bradshaw some nice running conditions today
- Christopher Christopher Sep 19, 2014 11:30 AM Flag
I would say he is droppable at this point. You can hold him for another week just to see what happens if you want but the fact that he is suspended or what ever they are calling it until all of his legal matters are sorted out means he is most likely done for the year...
- Christopher Christopher Sep 19, 2014 3:01 AM Flag
I wouldn't the improvement you are getting at RB isn't that much and you are taking a huge downgrade at WR
I have a tough decision on who to start this week at RB. Which two would you suggest in a standard scoring league?
A. Morris, K. Davis, R. Jennings, Joique Bell, D. Brown
Which RB's should I go with this week? Standard scoring league:
Alfred Morris, Knile Davis, Joique Bell, Donald Brown, Rashad Jennings
Right now I am leaning towards Davis and Bell.
Also start Brandon Cooks or E. Sanders this week at WR3(leaning towards Cooks to avoid Seattle's D as much as possible)?
- Christopher Christopher Sep 16, 2014 8:45 AM Flag
Definitely easier than Seattle, but they are still pretty tough against the run even with a non-existent secondary (they just had to pull up some practice squad players as two of their starting CB's are now out for the season... Anywho, in the unlikely-hood that the Lacy owner panics this early, who would you offer, Morris or Jennings?
Lacy has faced two of the toughest run D's in the first two weeks and it won't be any easier against Detroit next week, but the rest of his schedule looks nice. So is it time to buy low on him? You think the owner might bite for an Alfred Morris or Rashad Jennings (both are looking good right now) straight-up trade in a standard scoring league?
Considering attempting a buy low on Lacy since he has gotten off to a terrible start this year. Is it even worth at this point (his schedule should ease up)? You think Alfred Morris off his big game this past week and decent game in week one is enough? Standard Scoring league
My RBs: A. Morris, R. Jennings, J. Bell, C. Hyde (got a #2 waiver on Knile Davis right now as well)
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