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  1. Performance scoring IDP $325 salary cap dynasty league. Start QB-RB-WR-TE, RB/WR/TE, then IDP (not important here) I've been offered David Johnson $15 and 1.1 (probably Josh Jacobs at $5) for Saquon Barkley $10. For comparison sake, DJ scored 264 (RB8) vs Saquon with 370 (RB4). For what it's worth, I had a championship roster with Saquon last year, so I'm happy turning this down unless it's a no-brainer. My roster (I'm the first team, The Hotdogs).
  2. Can't blame you for your concerns about Michel, but it sure seems like they are entering a more run-dominated phase of Brady's career. Having what is possibly the most valuable asset in that backfield could be a coup. Having said that, Miller and those picks is not a bad return. This draft is shallow at the top but deep. There may be very good players to be had late first and early 2nd. Jones is, as you said, just a flyer.
  3. An argument could be made that Adams is the #1 dynasty WR. Depending upon team makeup I'd have offered that for Adams alone.
  4. 12 team $325 cap IDP league. 30 man rosters. QRWWTF plus IDP. Performance scoring. The Trade Hounds gave up Davis, Corey TEN WR ($5) Never Give Up gave up Agholor, Nelson PHI WR ($6) and 2019 1.03 ($5) and 2019 2.09 ($4) Not involved.
  5. 12 team $325 cap, performance IDP league. QRWWTF + IDP. 30 man rosters. Team A gave up Breida, Matt SFO RB ($1) and Year 2019 Round 3 Draft Pick (pick 37) Team B gave up Westbrook, Dede JAC WR ($1)
  6. Have him explain it to you in another thread please. I'm sure a lot of folks like me are coming to this thread to read about up-and-coming WR's. Thanks in advance! 🙂
  7. In my $325 cap IDP league, I sent AB plus a mid 1st for JuJu just before the week 17 debacle. Cap plays a bit of a role, as AB was $45 and got JuJu at $5, but there's an idea.
  8. Two trades went down in our performance scoring IDP cap-based ($325) league. Start Q-R-W-W-T-F. IDP doesn't matter for this discussion really. Team A sent Davante Adams $6 and David Johnson $13 to Team B for DeAndre Hopkins $15 a mid-1st and mid-2nd Team A sent Antonio Brown $45 and a mid-1st to Team C for Juju Smith-Schuster $5
  9. I haven't in 20 years. I don't love the trade, but it's not my team involved and it's (IMHO) nowhere near bad enough to cry collusion, so prefer to keep my nose out of it. Particularly given the optics of what it would look like if I raise an issue since it's me "getting screwed". I'd rather get screwed and miss out on the championship than lose credibility, if I'm honest.
  10. Thank you. You think the trade is off by enough to do something we've never done in 20 years? I'm not challenging you, just want to understand your thought process better.
  11. I'm commish of a 12-team salary cap dynasty league that has been going steady for 20 years. We've had ups and downs and controversies and I've handled them all to the best of my ability and everyone has stuck around, either thanks to my integrity or the money ;-), but I'm looking for a little advice on this one, as both myself AND the assistant commissioner are possibly affected by the outcome and I want to get it right. Our playoffs are played in two rounds of two-week series. So each team in each bracket plays their opponent in week 14 and week 15 with cumulative high scores advancing to a week 16 and week 17 cumulative score championship. We run one waiver period between series (between week 15 and 16) but encourage trading throughout - helps maximize the value of any bottom teams' players for playoff teams in a pinch. I and the assistant commissioner are both in the championship playoff against different opponents. My opponent brings a 30pt lead into this coming week but just learned he's lost Wentz and has no viable backup (foolish on his part, but it's a risk some team owners take). His only option is/was to trade for someone. Anyone trading with him would basically have him against the ropes as he would be desperate to protect his very good chance at advancing. This trade just went down: my opponent traded Wentz (QB18) and two 2019 3rds for Luck (QB3) and a 5th... to his brother-in-law. I was willing to let it pass, even though it seems as though the owner getting Luck WAY underpaid, but my assistant commish feels pretty adamant that this is questionable enough that something should be done. He's convinced me to at least raise the question to see if anyone else thinks this is so out of whack that it's worth crying collusion and possibly damaging relationships over. The additional complication is that I feel I'm too close to the situation to make a ruling, but so is the assistant commish, as he is likely to face that team in the championship if this trade stands, which would absolutely make the "Luck Team" favored. I proposed that I nominate a 3-owner panel to rule on the situation, which is unprecedented (in 20 years we've never voted on trades and I've never overturned a trade), but I feel like if there's truly a concern here, it needs to be examined fairly by someone other than myself or the assistant. Before I even go that far, I'd love your opinions on whether or not this trade is so far off that it justifies any action. Thanks in advance!
  12. 12 team $325 cap performance IDP. Team A: D.Henry $6 Team B: 2nd rounder (very likely bottom 4)
  13. Try to reign in your outrage. Not looking for any advice and me providing information on our dynasty trades is actually me providing a service to you.
  14. Humorous that you took time out of your day to complain about the team names. Bet you're fun at parties. Regarding the rest, you're right of course: Moodyhanks: Russell Wilson $20 Marcus Mariota $8 C.J. Mosley $17 2019 3rd (likely early) Hankymoods: Baker Mayfield $5 Tyrod Taylor $5 Kelvin Benjamin $7 2019 1st (late) 2019 2nd (late)