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  1. 12 team PPR dynasty league with IDP. I have Andrew Luck, Russell Wilson, RGIII, and Colin Kaepernick as my QBs. I have a contending team, but thinking of attempting to deal RGIII for something that helps my team win the title. In your opinion, what could I get for RGIII, and when would be the best time to trade him? I really don't have any positional weaknesses on my roster, but need to get better to stay competitive. Thanks for any input!
  2. If you are rebuilding, keep Luck and the 1st rounder. Romo doesn't help a rebuilding team. For me that is an automatic reject offer also. Why give two good pieces for one players (who isn't a proven STUD ff player)?
  3. I own both of them, and it is a toss up, but I probably like Melvin Gordon a little better because the San Fran offense is too much of a mess for me.
  4. I figured I was being under sold on Hyde. When I start negotiating a trade, I tend to lose my objectivity. What would I need to get fair value for Hyde, the other guy doesn't have much that I am interested in: Other owner's players that interest me are: Luke Kuechly (my idps are strong, so I really don't need him) Odell Beckham (I'll have to add to my offer to get this player) Kelvin Benjamin and Travis Benjamin was something I initially thought about, but I do not have a good feeling for that situation. Bottom line I would probably want to ask for Odell Beckham for Hyde, but what do I offer besides Hyde to make the trade offer fair? I have all my 2017 rookie picks (late in the round). My WRs are: Allen Robinson Mike Evans Josh Gordon Mike Wallace Seth Roberts Davante Adams Any suggestions on what I offer for Odell Beckham? Carlos Hyde and what else is a fair offer for Odell Beckham? I probably will be better off just standing pat if the other guy doesn't want to deal Odell Beckham.
  5. In short, my team is a contender in a 12 team PPR dynasty league (.5 PPR for RBs and 1 PPR for WRs). We have a lot of flexibility in starting requirements, but they are: 1 QB / 1 RB minimum / 4 total for other skill position starters (but max is 2 for RB starters). I usually attempt to keep some trade chat going, and this other owner wants Carlos Hyde and is offering me Travis Benjamin from San Diego. In my research of Benjamin I have read a lot of good things about Benjamin, and I have never started Hyde since I have drafted him as a rookie, so my only two questions are: 1) Would you trade Hyde for Benjamin? 2) Any information on this undisclosed injury of Benjamin?
  6. This is a no brainer accept for the owner getting Zeke, those late firsts rounders if they are 2016 firsts, they are not worth as much as most year's late first rounders.
  7. x2 I would have hit accept the moment I saw that offer. Some guys here are over rating Alshon Jeffery - he may be good, but he isn't a proven STUD ff WR.
  8. For me, the decision to trade for Olsen would depend on two questions. Is your league PPR, and does it have enhanced TE scoring? What is the price you have to pay to get Olsen, if it is more than a late round pick, then I would pass and attempt to draft him during the draft. Doesn't your team have any other keeper options on your roster?
  9. Allen Robinson - DJ is nice, but he had one huge game against a very weak defense and most everything else is average. If 2016 is a good year for DJ, then I will be more of a believer. Allen Robinson, all the way - I would not consider that offer at all.
  10. Two points that I would have to consider: 1) How much do you have invested in Josh Gordon 2) How much WR depth do you have without Gordon Josh Gordon is one huge question mark like stated above, and I own him, but I got him off the ww back when he was a rookie and have always kept him on my roster since then. I don't care about how much risk Josh is because I don't have much invested in him. I would deal Josh, but only if that offer pays for a player with some of his up side. If I would get a proven less risky top 10 WR with a lot still left in the tank, I would probably deal Josh. A late 2017 first is questionable, if the offer was from a team likely to finish in the middle of the pack, I would consider it, if it is from a team likely to go deep into the playoffs, I would pass. I would consider the first two points along with how risk adverse you are and make a decision about trading Josh. Everyone manages their teams a little differently, and every situation is different. Hope this helps!
  11. I sure wouldn't accept his first offer of Elliot and Williams. Elliot and Moncrief is a high price for Gurley and Boyd, but I wouldn't call it totally outrageous, if I owned Gurley. Many people are expecting and hoping for big things for Moncrief this year. If you could get Elliot and Moncrief for Gurley and Boyd, I would definitely make that trade. Everyone sees fantasy football values differently, so some owners may see Elliot and Moncrief too much of a price for Gurley and Boyd. If you really like this deal, I would go back to the owner and see if you could get this deal done if you sweeten your counter a little bit with adding something small like a middle round draft choice in next year's draft, and if he doesn't take it, then let that trade offer die for now.
  12. Sorry if the initial post is confusing, I am just listing my possible starters and part of my bench while giving out a general description of my league. My league's starting line up requirements are complex to explain, we start only 1 QB and five skilled offensive positions, one or two RBs, any where from zero to two TEs and up to four WRs, but no more than five total offensive skilled position starters. I am fortunate to have two good QBs and TEs to choose from, when I make my starting line ups. In an attempt to build up my WR depth, I am asking what would be a good offer to make to get either one or both of the following WRs: BROWN, JOHN ARI WR or SHEPARD, STERLING NYG WR MY back up WRs are: ADAMS, DAVANTE GBP WR GORDON, JOSH CLE WR ROBERTS, SETH OAK WR WALLACE, MIKE BAL WR So, I am looking to build up the depth of my WRs. Any advise is greatly appreciated because when I make trade offers, I tend to lose objectivity of player values. Ideally, I would love to have my offer consist of a package only of RBs (not Gurley or Elliot) and / or 2017 draft picks, otherwise I create a weak area on my team that I would not be comfortable with. Again thanks in advance for any response.
  13. I play in a 12 team PPR league with IDP - start 11 IDP each week (45 man rosters), and I have a contending team but I feel like I need a little more depth with another good WR. The scoring rules get very detailed for example PPR is .5 for RBs, 1 for WRs, and 1.5 for TEs, but here I like to keep it simple. Players that will start for me are: LUCK, ANDREW IND QB or WILSON, RUSSELL SEA QB ELLIOTT, EZEKIEL DAL RB GURLEY, TODD RAM RB EVANS, MIKE TBB WR ROBINSON, ALLEN JAC WR EIFERT, TYLER CIN TE or REED, JORDAN WAS TE I got a good kicker and good IDPs, so they are not an issue here. I do have some good depth at RB: Carlos Hyde, Danny Woodhead and Melvin Gordon from San Diego, Frank Gore, Tevin Coleman Atlanta, Alfred Morris Dal, and Paul Perkins NY Giants. I also have all of my 2017 rookie draft choices (probably late pick in each round). After doing some research I found two WRs that I like: BROWN, JOHN ARI WR or SHEPARD, STERLING NYG WR The other owner owns both WRs and is wide receiver heavy with only Mark Ingram as his only RB, but he could start four WRs and one RB in this league. What do you feel is a good trade offer for either player (and I don't mind over paying as long as it is reasonable to make that offer). Any suggestions - thanks in advance!
  14. I would run and accept that offer without any hesitation, that is not over paying for OBJ at all. Cobb proved last year that he is only a slot receiver who is not capable of being the WR 1 on any team. Jordy Nelson is already on the wrong side of 30 years old and had knee and hip surgeries in the last few years, so as a Packer fan, I don't put a ton of future value on Cobb. Cobb is a good WR, but he is system dependent on his fantasy value. With Alshon Jeffrey, some people love him, but in my opinion he is a good WR, but he is also some what limited and injury prone. I would not argue if someone disagreed with me, but I stated my opinion. I would run and immediately accept that offer.