Dynasty Rankings in The Shark Pool (NFL Talk) Posted November 1, 2012 Since the discussion has shifted primarily to WRs what are Larry Fitz owners doing? I've been trying to shop him in my main league for both DT, Julio and Harvin (offering Fitz+ in both cases) but with no luck so far.I know he's talented and the law of averages would suggest AZ has to get someone who can throw him the ball at some point but I'm running out of patience.Also, same question re Kenny Britt. Personally I'm holding him at the moment, bought in the offseason just before his arrest happened and it seems stupid to move him now. In a situation where I've waited this long am I crazy for valuing him as if he's fully healthy?Julio owner offered me Julio for Fitzgerald, Austin, a 2013 first (likely high), and a 2014 first (mid-to-high). I told him to take a hike.Fitz is one of those guys who is going to play well into his mid/late 30's. he works as hard as anyone in the nfl and his game isn't based on pure speed.His mentality and work ethic is the closest to Jerry rice that we've had. He's under rated as his career span will be much longer then other Wr's. I consider him in the same boat as 24-25 yr old Wr's since he'll be producing at an elite level as long as those guys..Agreed. I'm counting on 5-6 more years from him. Still on the right side of 30, master technician, and the best workout and conditioning program in the league. Plus he has those intangibles- the fiery competitiveness, the drive to be the best, the love of the game- that will prevent him from Randy Moss-like irrelevance. He's not an old guy. His countdown timer is not ticking. His value is artificially low right now, but it's not leaking, so there's no pressure to move him now before the bottom falls out. There's no reason to panic-trade him for a penny less than he's actually worth.