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  1. I literally missed out on him by 5 minutes, due to the Angels waiting forever to put Ohtani on the DL... Super Bummed out.
  2. It really depends on the status of Carson. If he’s in, then it’s an easy choice of Howard and Lewis. However if he’s out, I think Howard and Davis are the plays. Lewis has been rock steady of late, but something tells me that Patriot game is going to be a defensive game. Thanks for the help!
  3. I like OJ better. Gronk is just so injury prone. OJ is on a pass happy offense that’s usually behind in every game they play. Thanks for the help.
  4. I’d do this trade. McCoy can hardly stay on the field and when he does, he’s got no space to run. Ekeler is a garbage time back, but he has shown to be a dangerous receiving back. It’s a yes from me, as a healthy Fournette gives you major upside.
  5. Depends on the status of Carson obviously with Mike Davis. i actually like Brieda as the play. His health is a question mark every game, but with Mostertt out of the picture, Garçon out and Mullen’s giving them a passing game, I think it’s not out of the realm to envision a big game from him. The safe play is Duke, but most bang for your buck is Brieda in my opinion. http://forums.rotoworld.com/topic/733870-possible-trade-marlon-mack-and-stefon-diggs-for-julio-jones-and-lesean-mccoy-whir/
  6. I think Sanders is the best player in this deal and you are the one receiving him. MVS is a talent, but as stated before, he’s more of a home run threat than a possession/route runner like Sanders. Plus with Demaryious Thomas out of the picture, Sanders should get a slight uptick in targets. Given Cook’s injury proneness, Murray is a nice haul. He’s proven to be a touchdown magnet in his starts. http://forums.rotoworld.com/topic/733870-possible-trade-marlon-mack-and-stefon-diggs-for-julio-jones-and-lesean-mccoy-whir/
  7. I’m an a 12 team, half PPR standard league. My roster is: QB: Kirk Cousins, Andy Dalton RB: Alvin Kamaru, Melvin Gordon, Marlon Mack, Matt Brieda, Austin Ekeler WR: Stefon Diggs, AJ Green, Josh Gordon, Devante Parker, John Ross TE: Greg Olsen, Jack Doyle K: Giorgio Tavecchio D: LAC Im contemplating his offer. Obviously I have a solid two backs and could use another receiver with Green’s injury at the moment. What do we think? Pull the trigger?
  8. Shepard, Juj and Parker or Sanu depending on Julio Jones status. Thanks for the help!
  9. That's a pretty nice deal, but I think the biggest takeaway is AJ Greens upside over Adam Thielan here though. Take it! Thanks for the help!
  10. I like it. Anderson is basicall doing what he did at the end of the year, which is fantastic. Doug Martin is a mystery. Not sure if the QB change helps or hurts him. Lots of unknown, so I'd go with getting Anderson! Thanks for the help!
  11. I'm potentially acquiring McCoy too, so I hope he kills it down the stretch. I would need to see your team to really make sense if this trade hurts you at receiver. Hyde ain't bad and Jones is tearing it up, although I think he will plateau soon enough.
  12. Antonio Brown and the emergence of Jack Doyle make it hard for me to say yes to this deal. I won't lie though, your haul does cone with 3 solid players. Maybe negotiate another add in! Thanks for the help!
  13. Drop Rawls for Woods. Although in a 2 WR, 1 Flex...you are pretty dam solid at WR. But maybe Woods could fill in at your Flex with Evans suspended. Thanks for the help!
  14. I favor your side more, although I worry about Ingram sometimes with Kamara right behind him. Remember last year when Sean Payton benched Ingram for fumbling for Hightower. Ingram is a stud though! Martin is pretty putrid and if you think you can survive one week without Mike Evans and Tate, go for it! Thanks for the help.