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  1. Personally I'd keep Brown, unless there is some rule in your league that I am unaware of. Odds are against you of drafting someone better than Brown at the 1.04. There should be some good QBs that you can draft later in the draft.
  2. Where is the first round pick estimated to be? (early or late)?
  3. Have you ever consider dealing Jordy? Hopkins is young & can bounce back, but Jordy has a very limited shelf live of being an elite WR, and his name has good trade value with certain owners. My personal opinion, I probably wouldn't counter that Forte offer, most of the time those trade situations go no where. But if you want to counter it, give it a shot, it might work.
  4. Personally I'd reject that trade offer and if he comes back with a better one, I might consider it. By far, Gurley is the best player in this trade, and if he gets his head on straight, he has the talent to be a top RB again. I wouldn't trade Gurley for all that he offered straight up. Please don't give Gurley away for less than his real market value. The other guy is offering you pieces for a possible STUD.
  5. x 2 - except this offer is more like a dollar for some unknown swap land.
  6. What about Devonta Freeman, RB, Atlanta or someone similar to him for Allen Robinson? There is no way you could come close to David Johnson, Elliot, or Bell in a straight up deal for Allen Robinson. If you like Cooks better than Robinson, you best options are to either trade straight up, or ask the other owner to sweeten his offer a little more. Cooks and Robinson are about even in my book, maybe Robinson is a little better, but everyone sees things differently, so you need to be flexible. Personally, I would attempt to package something like Robinson, Olson, and Snead together and see what type of WR or RB you could get for that package. Bottom line is if you can upgrade your starters or key reserves, and only trade away depth, most offers like that would interest me. Hope that helps.
  7. x2 - maybe toss Olson in there too, if he helps to increase the return value of your trade enough where you like what you get
  8. In my rookie draft that was held about a month ago, I had the same decision & took Godwin (I already have Howard & Evans). I didn't intentionally mean to own the most of the Bucs offense, I was just drafting best player available, and just ended up with all three. I am happy because I do believe that their offense could be juicy in the future.
  9. De'Angelo Henderson Denver RB Josh Reynolds LA Rams WR Chris Godwin Tampa Bay WR Don't know if Godwin would be considered a stash, but in my PPR dynasty league, I drafted him at 3.10. I guess it depends on type of league or how the owners feel about his opportunity, I get the feeling that Godwin tends to fall in some drafts because there is little immediate opportunity for him to get a reasonable amount of targets.
  10. x2, there would be no question about it
  11. What is Ty MONTGOMERY trade value in picks or WRs? I have a ton of good RBs, but would like to up grade another WR spot. I also have Hyde, Ware, Melvin Gordon, Gurley (I'd like to keep Gurley, if possible) besides Montgomery to trade. Do I have enough ammo to trade for a top ten WR? Thanks in advance!
  12. Sorry, I made an error, I also have Davante Adams as a WR, but I was hoping to deal some RBs (and possibly some other considerations) for a top ten WR. Do I have the ammo to make a trade like this? What WR should I target? I was thinking AJ Green, but I am open to advise.
  13. I hope that I correctly understand your question, but I would make that deal. Those high picks would help to restock you roster. How much more does Brees have in the tank? Is Watkins healthy?
  14. Baldwin and a second rounder is steep for the 1.04, maybe negotiate some other considerations with Baldwin for the 1.04?
  15. I would grab Fournette and Davis with the 1.01 and 1.02. Dalvin Cook didn't do so well at the combines, so drafting Davis with the second pick isn't that much of a reach. I would stand pat with those picks unless a incredible deal is offered to you. Then be ready because I agree, do not lock into a positional requirement going into a draft. You never know what will happen in a draft, especially if your league does a reasonable amount of trading. Draft choices tend to get better trade value at draft time than during the off season.
  16. It would depend on where in the 1st round that first round pick that you are receiving. If I couldn't get a very early pick, I would just keep OBJ. If I could draft a STUD player with something left in the tank and keep Coleman, then I would probably deal OBJ. Without more information, I really cannot give a better answer. Also not sure who New York will have for QB in a few years.
  17. No doubt, Mark Ingram, what are the odds of hitting on all those picks? Even if you get a good player at 14, you are probably at best, breaking even, I guess it depends on how good of a drafter you are. I just don't see how you are getting value for Ingram in this offer. I would wait until the draft and offer Ingram to teams on the clock, when there is a draft pick that you really want rather than take this offer.
  18. I would probably deal some of your older and more injury prone players for younger guys and / or draft picks. You have Gronk and a few WRs that have some trade value. I wouldn't trade any draft choices or younger players unless you get getting more value than when you are giving up for a rebuilding team. I would attempt to build around Freeman/Coleman and Baldwin, and start a rebuild. Two good drafts and a little waiver wire luck and you could have a contender.
  19. 12 Team dynasty PPR (TE enhanced scoring rules), starting lineups are pretty flexible: 1 QB, 1 or 2 RBs and can start up to 2 TEs and / or 4 WRs (five offensive skill starters other than QB). Basically, I am a contending team, but lost late in the playoffs, and I am overloaded with RBs and would like to get a little more balanced between RB and WRs. Most of the owners in this league stock up on WRs, and some are hurting at RB. My Team: RBs: Zeke, Melvin Gordon, Gurley, Hyde, Spencer Ware, TY Montgomery WRs: Mike Evans, Allen Robinson, Mike Wallace, Josh Gordon TE: Jordan Reed, Tyler Eifert, Austin Hooper, Dwayne Allen Any suggestions on who to trade? Also what could I get for Melvin Gordon in draft choices, and what WR could I get in a straight trade trade for Gordon? Thanks for all help!
  20. I'd trade Howard for Green. Many people subscribe to that zero RB strategy, and they will gobble up good WRs, and just use whatever RBs they can find. It might be close, but Green probably has a larger shelf life than Howard, so that is a plus for a rebuilding team. I would keep Green because you do not know how Allen will bounce back from injury. You can grab a RB with your 1.01, and look for more RB depth as you are able.