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maf005

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  1. 12-team ppr, 20-man rosters 1 qb, 2 rb, 3 wr, 1 te, 2 flex, 1 k, 1 def Team a (8-0) received: Michael Thomas, jax def Team b (rebuild) received: juju, 2018 1st round pick from team a, bills def
  2. Agholor looks like the Eagles' most dynamic/explosive playmaker. If confidence and mental issues were his problems, this string of solid production will be extremely beneficial for him
  3. Annoying how this guy was the model of consistency in college, yet the day he turns pro has a lingering hamstring problem. #### happens though. Fingers crossed for no setbacks and we can enjoy this guy's talent
  4. Yeah I agree his "value" is a bit higher than what I received. But over the offseason and first 4 weeks I received 0 offers in a league that is fairly active in terms of trades. And it was obvious Gronk didn't fit my window (or lack thereof)
  5. I meant that the 2018 1st round pick is from a very good team (top 4 contender). So it's likely a late 1st
  6. 12 team PPR, deep rosters Team A (contender) received: Gronk Team B (bad roster, rebuilding) received: Chris Godwin, Jonnu Smith, 2018 1st round pick (from likely top 4 team)
  7. Floyd and Treadwell do not move the needle for Thielen one bit
  8. Do you have the option of not activating JuJu or Mike Williams? I would prefer either of the WRs you traded away to either of the WRs you made room for
  9. Yeah I was surprised some team didn't offer him a longer/better contract. Not that I buy into the narratives much but Pryor should be motivated to prove himself this year, it's likely his only shot at a huge multi-year contract. FWIW I'd take Coleman over Pryor in dynasty. Just took exception with the "upside" comment
  10. More upside than a 28 year old 6'5" freak athlete who runs a sub-4.40 40 yard dash? Who's a converted qb and caught 1,000 yards in his 3rd season playing WR ever on a team with Cody Kessler, Josh McCown, and the ghost of RG3 throwing him the rock. And he just got paid in the offseason to be the #1 target for a team with a prolific and highly efficient quarterback. Pryor is the definition of upside
  11. Wait, what? Pick (+ some value) is on the wrong side according to ADP
  12. No idea if a possible suspension played a role in my trade. The owner trading Zeke away is stockpiling WRs and taking a zero-rb approach. I agree that both above trade packages are a bit light for Zeke
  13. A follow up trade in same league, different trade partner Gave: Sammy Watkins, Chris Thompson, 2018 1st round pick (unlikely playoff team imo, same pick as above) Received: Zeke
  14. And in that format those values are probably correct. But the OP in which I originally posted the trade I did say "standard lineups", which is what values should be based on.
  15. You are in the minority then. DJ, Bell, and Zeke all carry more value than any WR in the ~6 leagues I play in (0.5-1.0 PPR, 12-16 teams, mostly standard lineup reqs) So in one thread we have a unanimous consensus that A>B, and in another thread we have a unanimous consensus that B>A. How are those threads not perfect examples of echo chambers?
  16. Thanks. Have you tried trading for one of the three stud rbs this offseason? OBJ alone isn't getting it done. And you were/are correct. The AC advice, and what you said, was pretty much spot on with my thinking initially. The stark contrast of opinions confirms my thoughts that the Shark Pool, and this thread in particular, is a bit of an echo chamber
  17. Nope. In fact, I leaned on the Assistant Coach Forum to help analyze a previous iteration of this trade. And the consensus was to NOT accept the initial offer, nor to counter with this. https://forums.footballguys.com/forum/topic/756841-huge-dynasty-trade-offer/ I posted this trade because it was interesting to weigh the value I'm receiving against team needs and timeline. The other owner is very active and knowledgeable about dynasty values, and he wanted Thomas and Mixon. Also, this offer didn't just show up in my inbox one day, it was the result of extensive negotiations
  18. 12 Team PPR standard lineups Gave: Michael Thomas (NOS), Joe Mixon, 2018 2nd round pick (fringe contender) Received: OBJ, Lamar Miller, 2018 1st round pick (unlikely playoff team) Overall, I think I got more value here. My team is entering the 3rd year of a rebuild and I've been very fortunate with trades/draft picks thus far to the point where my team should compete for the playoffs just one year after earning the 1.01. However, my team isn't in a position to consolidate assets quite yet, which is why I held out for a bit more value. These negotiations were a
  19. 14-team PPR start 2-3 RBs, 3-4 WRs, 1-2 TEs Team A receives (fringe playoff team): Dez Kyle Rudolph Team B receives (contender): McCoy Jeremy McNichols
  20. I would argue Baldwin's situation improved given that Wilson should be healthier this year, and Carroll has said they expect him to throw more. Baldwin easily for me
  21. 14 Team PPR standard rosters Team A received: 1.10 Team B received: 1.15 (extra pick for winning toilet bowl), 2.05, 2.11
  22. 12 team PPR (deep rosters) Gave: 1.04, Farrow Got: Gronk, Charles Sims
  23. 14 Team PPR Team A receives: Julio Jones, Martavis Bryant Team B receives: Dorsett, AJ Derby, 1.04, 2.04, 2.10
  24. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/sports/wp/2017/01/25/nflpa-composing-proposal-for-less-punitive-approach-to-marijuana-use/?utm_term=.efdf0e07c843 This is good news for Bryant
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