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Roster and league settings for those on mobile:

12 team,  deep keeper (prob 110-120 players),  PPR, 1pt/5 rushes,       Start 1QB, 2RB, 2WR, 1TE, 1flex, 1 D/ST

probable keepers:   QB-   Rodgers,  JAllen     RB-   Barkley,   Kerryon,   Guice     WR-  ABrown,   Woods,      TE-  Ertz

other options: PBarber,  ZJones,  CSamuel

I have picks 1.09, 2.09, 3.03, 5.03, 5.09, 6.03, 7.03, 8.03.

 

Given the roster and settings, if you had the chance to flip the 1.09 and 2.09 for one of: KDrake, JEdelman, or DPettis.....

 

A) would you?

B ) which one?

 

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I wouldn’t trade both those picks for one of them.  Based on how many keepers you are saying will be kept I’d consider your first for Drake or your 2nd for Pettis or Edelman. Doing both for one of them seems too much to me

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Hold.

 

Lots of offseason questions with the Miami backfield, and SF WR core.

 

Edelman might be a nice get straight-up for the 2:09 (not sure what FA will be available for you at this spot), but Edelman is more than likely just a 1yr rental.

 

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Posted (edited)

allen is the best runner on his team, that's a great floor for a QB.

 

keep the picks, none of them is worth that much (edelman some years ago could have...). if you are willing to trade picks, wait closer to the draft when people gets the fever and tend to overspend.

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20 hours ago, warpster said:

allen is the best runner on his team, that's a great floor for a QB.

 

keep the picks, none of them is worth that much (edelman some years ago could have...). if you are willing to trade picks, wait closer to the draft when people gets the fever and tend to overspend.

 

It's a one QB league and he has Rodgers. Allen is a waste of a spot. 

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rodgers had just 2.2 points per game more than allen last season, who was a rookie in a bad team that may be getting better (thanks to him mostly...). rodgers is not the elite guy he was three seasons ago anymore. his team is getting worse with every passing season and he's got his cash already.

hard to say it's a waste of a spot without seeing the other teams, especially in a deep keeper league. if they all have two or three QBs, then you need a safe back up as waiver replacements will be garbage. secondly, the alternatives are wank.

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On 3/21/2019 at 11:48 AM, warpster said:

rodgers had just 2.2 points per game more than allen last season, who was a rookie in a bad team that may be getting better (thanks to him mostly...). rodgers is not the elite guy he was three seasons ago anymore. his team is getting worse with every passing season and he's got his cash already.

hard to say it's a waste of a spot without seeing the other teams, especially in a deep keeper league. if they all have two or three QBs, then you need a safe back up as waiver replacements will be garbage. secondly, the alternatives are wank.

 

If all the teams have 2-3 QBs you should be cleaning up at other positions. Let them.

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you still don't "clean up" at other positions by keeping barber and zay jones though, do you?

allen is the most valuable out of those players, so makes sense to keep him. if you're happy with rodgers alone then you trade allen and he'll get you more then peyton-bloody-barber!

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1 hour ago, warpster said:

you still don't "clean up" at other positions by keeping barber and zay jones though, do you?

allen is the most valuable out of those players, so makes sense to keep him. if you're happy with rodgers alone then you trade allen and he'll get you more then peyton-bloody-barber!

 

Barber is going two rounds before Allen. So you are just wrong here.

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19 hours ago, dmb3684 said:

Barber is going two rounds before Allen. So you are just wrong here.

 

late march ADP? righto! XD XD XD

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9 hours ago, warpster said:

 

late march ADP? righto! XD XD XD

 

Ok, I will come back in August to confirm. Will be close either way, and a RB is way more valuable than a QB. If he wants to keep Allen, he should trade Rodgers.

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12 hours ago, dmb3684 said:

If he wants to keep Allen, he should trade Rodgers

 

that's also a possibility.

top RBs are more valuable than top QBs, but when you're in peytonbarberland, a starting QB that averages more than 50 yards rushing per game (and more than 5 rushes) could be a better safety valve than a RB5.

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Posted (edited)

I would say Drake. Miami only has two RBs on the roster right now. (Hearing things about them looking into Duke Johnson tho.) Also, this is the last year of his rookie contract, so they might as well run the heck out of him.

 

 

 

 

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Thanks for the responses guys!

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14 hours ago, Bandito said:

Thanks for the responses guys!

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