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  1. My team moved to 4-2 after this weekend. Through trades, I feel like I'm in a good spot but still need to shore up things at RB. It's a 2 QB, .5 PPR, 10-team league. We start 2 QBs, 2 RBs, 2 WRs, TE, Flex (RB/WR/TE), DEF, and K. My team is: QB: Deshaun Watson, Aaron Rodgers RB: Joe Mixon, Mike Davis, Christian McCaffrey, Chase Edmonds, Alexander Mattison, Cam Akers WR: Julio Jones, DK Metcalf, A.J. Brown, Odell Beckham, Jr., Diontae Johnson TE: Darren Waller, Zach Ertz (about to get dropped) DEF: Baltimore, Buffalo K: Mason Crosby Was offered Ben Roethlisberger and Keenan Allen for Deshaun Watson. Since I have only two QBs, Watson is on bye next week so owner likely knows this. There is NO one on waivers other than Joe Flacco and someone with Fitzpatrick on his roster picked up Tua a while ago. Deshaun has greater upside than Big Ben and a little bit better schedule (Pittsburgh still has Baltimore twice, Washington, Buffalo, and Indianapolis - not scary but still relatively tough). I could try and move one of my WRs for an RB. Would love to try and pry Austin Ekeler or Nick Chubb from their owners whose teams are respectively 2-4 and 1-5. So would you take this trade or try and keep Watson and see if you can trade for a lesser QB for the bye week?
  2. I think I would stand pat with your roster and not give up any RB depth, especially an RB2 with RB1 upside, particularly as we get into the bye weeks. Roethlisberger is scoring more points on average per game than Jackson this year.
  3. I play in a 10-team, 2-QB, .5 PPR league. We start 2 QB, 2 RB, 2 WR, TE, Flex (RB/WR/TE), DEF, and K. My team is 3-2 presently and a couple of games out of first. My roster is: QB: Aaron Rodgers, Deshaun Watson, no 3rd QB RB: Mike Davis, Joe Mixon, Cam Akers, Chase Edmonds, Christian McCaffrey (IR spot) WR: Julio Jones, Cooper Kupp, A.J. Brown, Odell Beckham, Jr., Diontae Johnson, D.J. Chark, D.K. Metcalf (Yes, I'm stacked at WR) TE: Darren Waller K: Mason Crosby DEF: Baltimore Wanting to sell Mike Davis before McCaffrey returns but not sure who to target and if I need to pair Davis with one of my WRs to pursue an low-end RB1 or high-end RB2. I figure some potential RBs to go after are Raheem Mostert, Ronald Jones, David Montgomery, or do I go after guys like Austin Ekeler and Nick Chubb who are on IR but are on teams that are respectively 2-3 and 1-4? If you want to see rosters of these respective teams, let me know and I'll pass them along. Thanks and will help in return. Otherwise, guys like Alexander Mattison and Andy Dalton are on waivers. Dalton holds a ton of value since it's a 2 QB league and most teams roster 3 QBs to get through bye weeks or injury. I would still need to drop someone on my roster to get them.
  4. Fournette is hurt and hasn't practiced the last two days. I don't see Ryquell Armstead or Devine Ozigbo cutting into Robinson's workload once either returns. He's a legit RB1/2 with the amount of volume and even targets he's getting out of the backfield. If you're scared of him or off of him right now, I would consider selling high but you better make sure you're getting someone who gets similar volume.
  5. I would drop Sanders with Michael Thomas getting ready to return, or Cole. Johnson is getting WR1 usage in the Pittsburgh offense, greater air yards, and leads the team in targets. He's a low-end WR2 with high upside. How he is on waivers (other than maybe because of the concussion) is insane.
  6. I like it. Considering that Montgomery's usage goes up with Cohen's injury and Foles running a more efficient (hopefully) offensive attack, you're getting a volume play here even if he isn't flashy. Hunt is a strong RB2 but game flow can mess with his usage and he's dealing with a groin injury. I like Golladay over Parker the rest of the season. Parker just doesn't seem healthy or 100% at the moment. I think it gives you good/better depth at both WR and RB positions considering you're only starting two at the RB/WR positions and one flex. Go for it.
  7. What's the rest of your roster like and league scoring (standard, ppr, etc.). I would still aim higher if you're giving up Hopkins.
  8. You'd give up DK, right now? Just curious. His efficiency stats are through the roof but he's WR5 on the season. Maybe time to sell high on him? I think moving him and Waller is likely overpaying in this case.
  9. And, RB depth is always important I think considering the injuries at the position and the pandemic.
  10. I think its legitimate to ask for Taylor and another player in this deal. Until Taylor has a blow up game, he's still a good buy.
  11. Play in a re-draft and looking to widen some depth at RB. It's a 10-team, .5 PPR, 2 QB league. We start 2 QB, 2 RB, 2 WR, TE, Flex (RB/WR/TE), K, and DEF, and we can keep two IR spots. My roster is: QB - Aaron Rodgers, Ben Roethlisberger, Derek Carr, Nick Mullens RB - Joe Mixon, Mike Davis, Darrell Henderson WR - Julio Jones, Keenan Allen, D.K. Metcalf, Cooper Kupp TE - Noah Fant, Darren Waller DEF - Indianapolis, Baltimore K - Mason Crosby IR: D.J. Chark, Christian McCaffrey Their roster is: QB: Tom Brady, Joe Burrow, Kirk Cousins RB: Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Devin Singletary, Todd Gurley, Raheem Mostert, Devonta Freeman WR: DeAndre Hopkins, Robby Anderson, DeVante Parker, CeeDee Lamb TE: Jimmy Graham DEF: Buffalo, Los Angeles Rams K: Zane Gonzalez IR: Dallas Goedert Was looking to make a move for Mostert and figured he needed some help at TE and possibly WR but trying to figure out who to move, without having to send back an RB in return. Since once McCaffrey returns, he won't be useable. It depends on how one views Mostert though. As a league-winning back with upside, or a committee back who is capped with the rotation with Coleman and McKinnon when they're all healthy. Was considering offering Fant and Kupp for Mostert. Any other ideas? Will help in return.
  12. I should move to 2-1 after MNF barring an explosion from Marquise Brown. Considering making a move to bolster RB position. The league I'm in is a 10 team, 2 QB, .5 ppr league. We start QB, QB, RB, RB, WR, WR, TE, Flex (RB, WR, TE), K, and DEF. My roster is: QB: Rodgers, Roethlisberger, Carr RB: Mixon, Hunt, Mike Davis (CAR), Swift, Jeff Wilson, McCaffrey (IR spot) WR: Godwin, Julio Jones, Metcalf, Chark, Gallup TE: Waller DEF: Baltimore, Indianapolis K: Myers Not enamored with Mixon but not sure I could get much for him either. Had an owner offer me Beckham and Darrell Henderson for Godwin. His roster is: QB: Prescott, Ryan, Trubisky RB: Jacobs, Gordon, Robinson, Henderson, Armstead WR: Kupp, John Brown, Michael Thomas, Diontae Johnson, Beckham TE: Jonnu Smith, Zach Ertz K: Lutz. DEF: Pittsburgh I know he's looking for a top WR while Thomas is out. Do I make a move or stand pat?
  13. Yeah, my decision still holds. I'd want Ekeler, JuJu, Henry side. Fournette will still have Jones to contend with in that backfield and Williams is too boom/bust for me.
  14. I am 1-1 right now. I think you're right, it sets me up well down the line but not now. I would rather move Mixon and bump up with Chark as the WR if that did it for him. I am uneasy about Gallup at the moment but if it takes Lamb, that's fine. I don't need two secondary WRs from the same team.
  15. Is this a redraft or keeper/dynasty league? For PPR purposes, I like side A, especially if Herbert takes over. He just pushes the ball down the field more. I guess it might also depend on what other RBs and WRs you have on your roster.