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  1. From my experience in keeper leagues i have had the most luck by projecting out who i think the other teams will keep and useing that to choose who I keep when its not a clear answer. As with 10 teams and 2 keepers there are only 20 players being kept and if anyone keeps QBs or TEs this changes who your looking to keep and draft with pick 1. As if your doing a full PPR league and no one is keeping kelce or waller i may keep Taylor and sanders and draft a TE 1 as there is a large scoring difference between the top TEs and mid ones. You can than fill in WR and flex spots and possible come out a
  2. I would keep jackson or jones and throw moore back into the mix as there are a ton of mid level WR who are all going to produce around what Moore will. Based on your comment of no one keeps qbs i may lean jones over jackson. At pick 7 in your 1st round you should be able to still grab a decent top wr or running back. As far as trading riddley goes i would hold until after your draft as if you get a multi player deal for him in return you arnt forced to keep 6 and lose 2 early picks which could have been as good as players you receive for him now. It also allows you to see what position you nee
  3. You have offered 2 1st and a 2nd and the owner hasnt budged at this point I would stop as your getting into the zone of giving up to much. Especially when you consider Godwin, Moore, or Samuel are your flex play. I completely understand having a guy you want as I have over paid for that players and im yet to be sure if those trades have worked out for me for the better. As far as giving up to much if this owner trades Gibson what does he have left for running backs as he may not trade him at all if he is going to be left short at the position. If you really want a 3rd running back your best op
  4. i see that now my mistake, i edited my post to reflect that and say id try to keep 1.5 and trade 1.8 even if that means not getting brown or the 2nd.
  5. Allright, so it sounds like your plan is to trade 1st this year, for fant, 2 2nds, and a future 1st that you are hopeing is top half. So if you back up and look your trading 1.5 this year for what you hope is no worse than 1.5 in 2023 and getting fant and 2 2nds, which isnt a bad deal especially if those 2nds are early this year. I would counter with 1.8 and if you need to not aquire brown or the 2nd it would be worth it. As you still have top 5 this year and a potential top 5 in 2023 with anything else you get just being a bonus.
  6. Im going to go with an opposite answer to birdie even though i agree with alot of his points. I hower am not a fan of trading draft picks unless im getting a player that i can start. Also i tend to only trade 1st round picks for RB or WR as their production is easier to predict in many casses than a TE. If you really want to trade the picks i would look to package them with Mixon , Montgomery, or A-rob for a top end RB or WR bases on your starting requirements, as right now 1 of those 3 is your 2nd flex player. Without knowing your league you may have a team with CMC who would love
  7. I like the allen and swift side of this deal more. If the team with cook is looking to rebuild i would try and get cook for swift in a 2 for 1 or 3 for 1 deal as you must have some bench depth or draft picks that help them out. Without trading a top QB which is 100% more difficult to replace than a running back.
  8. With being able to trade for picks for me this comes down to who you can trade for the most picks during this season to be good in 2022. I would proble keep akers and Metcalf and look to try and trade them for a massive amount of picks for 2022. Why looking to draft high upside guys in your draft that i could use as a keeper in 2022. I would also look to not draft like a normal person in the draft and instead load up on what ever position other owners arnt drafting to look to trade to teams in need. Now without knowing your league this may or may not work as with the pick trading allowed you m
  9. So I am slightly confused are you able to trade draft picks in this league is that why you have no picks untill round 6. As my advice will very based on how this league works.
  10. No, simply because TE is not a valuable position unless you have a clear top 5 producer at TE, as the points scored each week by TE 6 to TE 15 are so close. Your also gaining a RB who will be stuck in a random time share and a WR who was productive last year but he is a player you can proble trade for without giving up a top running back.
  11. Keep diggs why future assests on picks are nice there value isnt as high as you may think depending on the rest of your roster make up. You can also hold diggs all year and trade him just prior to the 2022 draft to secure a top pick.
  12. My advice hold tight and wait for the season to start. Somone is going to get hurt and some owners team is going to be bad. Use your picks to draft high upside guys and ride out the first few weeks of the season and see where you stand. Guys like Harris and surmom in the draft could be your #2 back. You also may be able to flip rodgers or wentz in season to a QB needy team. If you want to keep trading target RBs who may be over looked like chase edmonds, Jamal williams types.
  13. I know very little about IDP so i cant provide to much advice there but i can offer some overall advice. This trade comes down to them saying that 1.04 is worth the difference between chubb and cooper and also LB vs LB which I think is under valued. If this was chubb for cooper and 1.04 that is better or LB for LB plus 1.04 you either need more picks or players to do this.
  14. I am with gally do the burrow trade. You still have mahomes and watson. Why watson may not play this year he proble will next and possible in a much better situation than in huston. In a 10 team league this allows you to take harris or chase at 2, or try and trade 2 and 7 for 3 and 4 could be a long shot but he may really want someone at 2. you also get another top 17 with thw 2nd round pick. So you come out with 4 top 17 players. You can always try and trade for a qb2 in superflex as someone will have a 3rd guy they are willing to give up. Why you may be bottem half again this year next year
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