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  1. Roark and Lamet. I love Lamet before injury and he looks like he's rehabbing well.
  2. I'm going to throw some love toward Yordan. The guy is a beast on a potent offense. Way too much value. I'd go Soto, Alvarez and then either Acuna or Lindor depending on what you think might be available in the draft that you will get.
  3. go for the win this year. You have a contender now's the time to put yourself in a position to win it all. Rebuilding can happen quickly. "You play to win the game!!!"
  4. I agree with Mocha and the Truth. Vlad's upside is 2020 and beyond. In a redraft he is a great commodity to trade
  5. You'd be selling low here. Let him get a hot streak of even a few games and then see if you can improve the return
  6. Keeper league -- categories are R, Avg, OPS, HR, RBI, SB He offered Moncada and Minor for Soto. Minor would just be for the rest of this year. Moncada I would have for 3 years. I have Soto for at least 3 years. I don't have a 3B signed for next year would have to draft one and likely slim pickings by the time draft comes to me. My OF going into next year would be Stanton, Yordan, and Senzel. Am I dropping off too much this year (since who knows when Stanton comes back)? Who is better long term Soto or Moncada?
  7. That is the funniest thread I have seen on this forum. That's a passionate parent right there. haha
  8. 12 team standard PPR league. We can keep 3 players. I have Zeke and Barkley as my two musts. Hilton is my top WR. I have a chance to trade for OBJ for a 2nd round pick or AJ Green for a 4th rounder. There both upgrades from Hilton imo, but are they worth the value of those picks (especially with Green's injury status)? I'm tempted to just sit on Hilton and keep the picks. Would anyone do those deals?
  9. Going with the consensus. Michel and Lockett are top two here. Thanks for the help on mine.
  10. RBs - Crowell, Jones, McCafferey, Penny WRs - Evans, D. Adams, Diggs, Fitzgerald, Mike Williams, He's also throwing around Eifert not sure if its in addition to or in place of someone.
  11. Sanu. That's going to be a shootout.
  12. Valid point. My bad. QB - Rogers, Wentz, Darnold RB Barkley, Elliot, Burkhead, Morris WR - Marvin Jones, Hilton, John Brown, Godwin, Anderson, Ross We start 2 RB and 2 WR and a flex.
  13. The offer: I give up Elliot for Diggs my choice of Mike Williams (LAC) or Fitzgerald my choice of Crowell or Penny It's a standard PPR league Would you do the deal and if so who do you choose for those options. WHIR
  14. dolittle makes valid points. Not knowing roster limits for me it's hard to pass up on Keller or Rantanen in a keeper league though. Shattenkirk and Werenski are above average but you're hoping for their ceiling. It really depends on what would be available in the draft. My guess with 4 teams top d won't be made available and will likely be eaten up in the first round so keeping someone above average like Shattenkirk or Werenski makes total sense. However, if you feel you can stock your d through the draft then I would that trade for Boeseor and Raanta. IMO Arizona is going to surprise. They had a great record the last few months and if Raanta can stay healthy he's a quality #1 who will play most of the games. Keeping Boesser, your other top 3, and then drafting Rantanen or Keller first overal (as long as you can start all of them i.e. roster limits) is a helluva a group to overcome a weaker D
  15. I would have leaned toward Eichel and now with Skinner on his side I think he's the easy 1st pick. Then I would go Rantanen, Barkov, Koptiar then Carlson.