Draft and Trade Talk Message Board
- lookingforhelp lookingforhelp Aug 29, 2014 11:21 AM Flag
Cam Newton is hurt right now. It could affect him all season. Brady besides the one year is always healthy. Cam also lost Steve Smith. Brady would be the safer pick. So go for it.
- lookingforhelp lookingforhelp Aug 29, 2014 11:19 AM Flag
Jeffrey for a 12th is serious value. But McCoy for the 10th pick is good value as well. You are getting a player that goes no later than 2nd pick at number 10.
- lookingforhelp lookingforhelp Aug 29, 2014 11:10 AM Flag
also maybe try to package a two for 1 deal. Offer Floyd Decker and see if you can get a higher ranked WR. then you free up a spot plus upgrade your starters
- lookingforhelp lookingforhelp Aug 28, 2014 12:47 PM Flag
good if Foster is healthy. You have best TE and two young stud QBs. Morris is a good RB1 in non-ppr. You good WRs. Your really banking on Foster though. That will be a big factor on how your team does
- lookingforhelp lookingforhelp Aug 28, 2014 12:45 PM Flag
You are fine with Keepers. If you didn't know where you were drafting then Johnson is fine. If you had the 12 pick then he looks great. At first pick he is still good because McCoy, Charles, Peterson, forte were most likely kept anyways. Ball at the 20th pick is great. He is going first round. Hard to say who to draft. Depends on scoring. Probably Jordy Nelson or Vincent Jackson
- lookingforhelp lookingforhelp Aug 28, 2014 12:39 PM Flag
Pretty even. As below mention it depends on who you like. I like Green a lot and think Ryan is ok. Not big on Cutler and Bryant is stud but head case. He could melt down at any point. Only problem with Green is he looks like the best receiver the first 8 games then is average the last 8. I would do it and then look to trade Green later on
- Reply to Al Aug 28, 2014 12:04 PMlookingforhelp lookingforhelp Aug 28, 2014 12:08 PM Flag
Tuff call in a 2 QB league. how many teams? I would definitely keep Graham and probably would keep Bryant in a PPR. Lynch doesn't catch very many passes which hurts him. Newton is hurt and doesn't have much for receivers. Foles looked awesome last year but teams will figure out that offense and foles.
- lookingforhelp lookingforhelp Aug 28, 2014 11:55 AM Flag
I like it. Especially if its non-ppr. Morris and Charles give you great RBs. Jeffrey is on his way too elite status. Fitz is still good and desean will still be good especially for a 3rd WR. Your Bench Fill ins will be good enough. I would look to drop a TE unless they all are kicking #$%$. If one stinks then look to pick up the guy that comes out of now where. If TEs are playing well look to trade one.
- lookingforhelp lookingforhelp Aug 28, 2014 11:51 AM Flag
Patterson was too early IMO. Floyd, Brady and Tate were good picks at those spots. Not big on Jordan Reed. Cooks in the 9th seems good. He may blow up in that offense. I don't think Khiry Robinson does anything with Ingram and Thomas in front of him. Austin was a good pick at 12. brown is 3rd stringer. Good thing is everyone always drops 2-3 players for waiver wire guys. I would be prepared to drop Robinson and brown for anyone that looks good after first week or two
- lookingforhelp lookingforhelp Aug 28, 2014 11:41 AM Flag
Sorry just saw you are looking at a scale from 1-10 rating. Hard to say without seeing the rest of the other teams but I would say a 6
- lookingforhelp lookingforhelp Aug 28, 2014 11:37 AM Flag
not great for a 10 team league. Could be ok and Rogers and Johnson can win you games. You need Richardson to have a breakout year but he is looking terrible in the preseason. Welker is probably done.
- lookingforhelp lookingforhelp Aug 28, 2014 10:56 AM Flag
Ellington would be a good pick in a PPR. Looks like he will catch a lot of passes. It really depends on who is available and who you could get on the next two picks. If you could get A. Brown and B. Marshall then B. Tate and another RB2 it may be a good move. I would expect D. Thomas and C. Johnson would be gone by pick 12.
- Reply to Robert Aug 27, 2014 2:57 PMlookingforhelp lookingforhelp Aug 27, 2014 3:10 PM Flag
Pretty good for 14 team league. Do you start two flex players? Or are you just saying one of those guys will be your flex
- lookingforhelp lookingforhelp Aug 27, 2014 3:04 PM Flag
You are definitely weak at WR as others have mentioned. You aren't bad at RB with Morris, benard and Rice. You need Rice to have a comeback year. He was bad last year. My suggestion to you is be prepared week 1-3 to pick up guys off waivers. Players like Bridewater, Douglas, and Brown you most likely should look to drop for any players that surprise the first few weeks. For instance last year A. Jeffery and K. Allen were picked up off waivers and were productive WRs. There are always players that come out of know where and score a lot of points. So check the available players each week and see if you can find one.
- lookingforhelp lookingforhelp Aug 27, 2014 2:57 PM Flag
Well you wanted Gronk and you are giving up a guy that went after him and a guy from the 12 round so it sounds like you should do it. You wanted him when you drafted A. Johnson so you are getting the guy you wanted. Problem is why would the other guy do that? You are giving him a player he could have drafted at the spot he drafted Gronk. If he wanted Johnson he would have taken him there. Unless this guy ended up not gettting any WRs and now needs one I don't think he would do it. Now if you offered him a guy ahead of Gronk like J. Nelson he probably would. So maybe start with what you suggested and if he turns it down and you really want Gronk then you should offer him Nelson.
- Reply to Nick Aug 27, 2014 12:57 PMlookingforhelp lookingforhelp Aug 27, 2014 2:51 PM Flag
I would probably do it. McFadden is just a waist of a roster spot. Only good thing is everyone drops at least a few guys to get better player on waivers. MOst likely these guys get dropped anyways.