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  1. Firstly, of course, its a terrible offer. Keenan Allen is universally regarded as a top 8 or so WR and I personally have him higher. Secondly, fantasy football is supposed to be fun. My advice would be not to take bad trade offers so personally, but instead be happy that people are active in your leagues and counteroffer with something that you think is slightly in your favor and find a middle ground. Some people will always offer very uneven trades and hope eventually it works - that's just their strategy. If he's not going to be reasonable, just reject and move on.
  2. That would be an absolute steal for Gronk - I would pick up Enunwa in PPR if you need WR help. Penny has almost no value in a team league imo
  3. I'd do it
  4. Once Miller gets established he should be part of a much more exciting and creative offense and is getting high percentage balls in the slot. I'll take that all day over whatever the cowboys run out there.
  5. I agree with this - if you can get him to throw in his TE, throw in Allison as well. If Doyle is upgrade over the TE, then drop him.
  6. I would - Clement is in a 3 way split and offers no standalone value while Buck does as long as he is the passing back and the goal line back.
  7. I honestly can't ever see you playing Morris and think the Bears D is capable of huge upside in plus matchups. I would stand pat or try a 2 for 1 to free up space if you're really itching to grab him.
  8. I'd drop Morris - I don't think Ekeler is even close to droppable as previously stated. Having both 49ers on your team is a bad play IMO - play for ceiling not for floor.
  9. 12 Team 0.5 PPR He's looking to upgrade RB, I'm looking for WR. Have an interesting opportunity to grab everyone's favorite ceiling player in Josh Gordon while handcuffing Jordan Howard with Cohen, who I believe will have standalone value as well. I am inclined to go for it since my roster seems very deep with Crowell as my RB5 and Watkins is about on par with John Brown and Mike Williams for me. Pull the trigger? Give: Sammy Watkins Isaiah Crowell Get: Josh Gordon Tarik Cohen QB: Patrick Mahomes WR: Mike Evans WR: Larry Fitzgerald WR: Mike Williams RB: David Johnson RB: Jordan Howard TE: George Kittle Flex: Adrian Peterson Bench: Carlos Hyde, David Njoku, Sammy Watkins, John Brown, Martavis Bryant, Isaiah Crowell
  10. Mike Jurecki of XTRA Sports in Phoenix expects La'Rod Stephens-Howling to be the Cardinals' starting tailback until Beanie Wells returns from his turf toe injury late in the season. Wells was placed on I.R., but with the "designated for return" classification and is eligible to return no sooner than Week 12. We anticipate Arizona's backfield -- behind a putrid run-blocking line -- to struggle mightily for consistent rushing yards. Return-yardage leaguers and PPR owners may prefer Stephens-Howling, although William Powell is probably the favorite for carries. Alfonso Smith is another candidate. We won't have much clarity before we see the actual touch and snap distribution on the field in a game.
  11. No RB on this team has been useful thus far, and I expect this trend to continue. The line is garbage, Kolb gets hit about 25 times a game and is never upright. Maybe bye week filler, but this guys not gonna start crushing it or anything
  12. He was a walk on at K State and played behind Daniel Thomas... I'm not sure a scouting report even exists on him.
  13. Gotta take a flier but he could still be out till late in the game if the Chargers continue to play hardball. They need to get a lot back to get the deal done.
  14. looks like a must add at this point for the worst guy on your roster