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  1. I was thinking that very same thing, that is why I stopped when I thought of using what I was thinking as an initial offer. Some guys in my league are sharp and some are not. The other concern that I have is if you ask them what they want, they usually attempt a major rip off. I feel that at least if I have a reasonable initial offer when I ask, hopefully I avoid a rip off counter offer, and close the deal after a little negotiation. I was considering tossing in my next year's second and third rounders and / or some players that would improve his team in exchange for some of his us
  2. My league is 12 team PPR, 1 QB league with TE premium scoring, I can give good advise to others, but when I consider making trade offers for myself, I often lose objectivity. I am looking to trade for the 1.03, but keep my 1.07 pick (if possible). The other owner has only Goff as a QB since Brees retired, plus his team always seems to be near the bottom of our league's standings. We have 45 man rosters and start 11 IDP. IDP stars can score as many points as offensive stars. I keep considering offering Kirk Cousins (11th rated in QB scoring in my league) along with my second and third roo
  3. This year, I don't put a lot of emphasis on drafting RBs, even though in future years a few of them may pay off for their team. If I had a choice of Pitts, Chase, or any RB at pick three, I wouldn't even consider a RB. Disclaimer: I am very high on both Pitts and Chase. Also over time, fantasy RBs are kind of losing their luster, and the passing game emphasis is taking over. Also with short shelf life drat BPA and picking up a decent veteran back may be better for your team.
  4. I would approach this situation a little differently, I would send a quick note to the owners in the fourth and fifth spots, asking them if they are interested in trading for your pick. Then about the same time or maybe a day later or two later(if you prefer), post on your league's website in the trade bait and let everyone know of your interest in trading down. The reason I suggest this is there may be a contender or near contender in your league or an owner who may have a crush on a certain player, and are willing to pay a king's ransom to get the third pick. Why eliminate that trade possibi
  5. Maybe he is over paying for Mixon in a deal involving Kelce (maybe he should change his offer). I am just looking at everything together, and I am very high on Pitts, and currently I don't see much additional future risk for Mixon, other than normal injury risk that any RB would have. Mixon had almost an entire off season to heal and workout, and he did not have surgery on his foot, so hasn't the buy low window on him closed some since last year? I would like to net out both Pitts and a hopefully healthy Mixon for two later firsts and two later second round picks and a thirty plus year ol
  6. Respectfully, the difference here is I am higher on both Pitts and Mixon. Please refer to Dr. Bramel Second Opinion Article, Injury Rounds, Five RBs Injuries To Watch, dated April 21, 2021, this article helped me to form my opinion on Mixon's return. If your league isn't a TE premium scoring league, I may drop Pitts a little.
  7. I tend to agree with this, just too much risk, and the return just doesn't justify the risk
  8. A 2023 1st? Any way to estimate if it will be an early or late 1st rounder? Where does that pick potentially lands in the first round would make me think about this offer.
  9. Is your league scoring TE premium? If it is, I would pay two late firsts and two late seconds for a potential difference maker. If you trade Kelce for Mixon and draft Pitts, you get a lot younger quickly. Personally, I would rather get Mixon and Pitts instead of who you might get with late round draft choices and an aging Kelce.
  10. One factor that I would consider is the status of your team, are you a current contender, or you starting a rebuild? Those two receivers are starting to get long in the tooth, but they would be great additions for a contender, but not so great for a team that is rebuilding. If I was rebuilding, I would want Chase.
  11. I totally agree with this, currently Wilson is worth more than the 1.01 by himself, I would decline
  12. What about Bryan Edwards from the raiders?
  13. If Kelce is that one piece that will strengthen you for a title run, don't be worried about a slight overpay (I do not believe the price you are paying is an overpay). Fournette is in some sort of RBBC with Jones, so Fournette's value isn't that easy to determine. What the main issue is, are you comfortable with your RB and WR depth after the trade is completed. Kelce is an advantage to own because he is easily the top TE, and his asking price can be very high. In a lot of leagues, Kelce owners ask for at least a STUD WR or RB in return. You are not giving away a STUD player, so
  14. This is a tough question to answer because some owners would expect the world in trade for Kelce, while other more causal fans might consider what you are offering them. Is your league redraft , keeper, or dynasty? If you are in a dynasty or keeper league, the other owner would probably want some very strong rebuilding type of considerations in return for Kelce. The players you are offering are young, and some owners may consider this deal, but a hardcore owner would probably want more or better players. Without knowing your league and fellow owners, this is a tough question to
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