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Superflex Deal (WHIR)

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0.5PPR, Superflex redraft, 4-2, record,  team 2 in sig:

would you do either of these?

deal 1:

Give: Minshew, Kupp, and Higgins

Get: Tannehill, and Mike Williams 

deal 2:

Give: Minshew, and Higgins

Get: Cam

my QBs are Kyler, Minshew, and Goff. My WRs are Amari, AJ Brown, Kupp, Higgins, Deebo, and Antonio Brown. My motivation to get Tannehill in particular is his sweet playoff schedule

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I personally wouldn't do any of those deals. 

You've got good depth and Kyler is having a killer season. Just came off an 8 completion passing game for like 30 points. 

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1 minute ago, TheByeRound said:

I personally wouldn't do any of those deals. 

You've got good depth and Kyler is having a killer season. Just came off an 8 completion passing game for like 30 points. 

It’s Superflex though, so I’m playing Minshew and Goff every week as well. That kinda takes Kyler completely out of the equation 

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Neither are bad trades in my opinion. I’d lean toward #2 mainly because I still have faith in Kupp.

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I lean towards trade 2 because Cam still has great upside and you can get him for cheap right now.

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