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Buy low/Sell high week 5 edition... (1 Viewer)

fflnut said:
David Yudkin said:
For deeper leagues, this is the week to get Kevin O'Connell for next to nothing (like for free off waivers). Maybe next week too, but after that he'll be gone. Should be starting in a few more games unless Cassel makes huge strides in the next couple games.
Thinking he'll that much more effective than Cassel has been?
Cassel's production has been off the chart low, so anything should be an improvement. I suspect O'Connell should be able to be a so-so fantasy backup and ok bye week fill-in. Hard to tell given that we have yet to see him play.
 
Fitzpatrick = career QB rating of 55.3...given the bad feelings in that clubhouse, I can't imagine a worse situation in Cincy...oh, and if you look at the news page, there is an article that implies Palmer's shoulder problem may be worse than "tenderness".
OUCH!! Yeah, I saw the "Tommy John" surgery mention about Carson Palmer. If Fitz truely has a 55 QB rating... I stand corrected...his 1 good game was back in 05 vs Houston (310 yards 3 TD 1 Int - 117 rating). Will they turn to the running game?
 
HoTnickZ said:
Saavy owners look at Coles and see 3 of his TD's gone from his season end total.
You're the guy who passes on a player because of the Madden Curse too, right?
Not at all. I phrased it incorrectly, admittedly it does sound illogical - although there is the variable of defenses shifting over to him more to limit production which would then be distributed elsewhere. With that said, was his output yesterday an indicator of future performance, either success or failure?
:) Yeah...an indication of future failure... ;)

 
p00h said:
Butters said:
Sell High:LJ
Beat me to that one.
You'd both be wrong. LJ is going to have a great year. That team is better than they are being given credit for, and will not be on the wrong end of blowouts too much. And 1 think I know about Herm(jets fan) is that he will run LJ into the ground till he cants no more. Believe that. Hold onto LJ. I'm getting offers left and right that are laughable. In today's NFL, name me 3 other rbs that are basically in on 90+ % of the team's plays. You can't...
LJ isn't in on 90% of plays...but guys similar are LT, Forte, Gore, Lewis, and Westbrook
 
p00h said:
You'd both be wrong. LJ is going to have a great year. That team is better than they are being given credit for, and will not be on the wrong end of blowouts too much. And 1 think I know about Herm(jets fan) is that he will run LJ into the ground till he cants no more. Believe that. Hold onto LJ. I'm getting offers left and right that are laughable. In today's NFL, name me 3 other rbs that are basically in on 90+ % of the team's plays. You can't...
LJ isn't in on 90% of plays...but guys similar are LT, Forte, Gore, Lewis, and Westbrook
What about S Jax? And Westy can be removed temporarily due to injury....
 
HoTnickZ said:
Saavy owners look at Coles and see 3 of his TD's gone from his season end total.
You're the guy who passes on a player because of the Madden Curse too, right?
Not at all. I phrased it incorrectly, admittedly it does sound illogical - although there is the variable of defenses shifting over to him more to limit production which would then be distributed elsewhere. With that said, was his output yesterday an indicator of future performance, either success or failure?
:own3d: Yeah...an indication of future failure... :banned:
:yes: Very mature. I obviously used the terms success and failure relative to his current levels of production. "3 TD's! No way am I trading him!"

 
Fitzpatrick = career QB rating of 55.3...given the bad feelings in that clubhouse, I can't imagine a worse situation in Cincy...oh, and if you look at the news page, there is an article that implies Palmer's shoulder problem may be worse than "tenderness".
OUCH!! Yeah, I saw the "Tommy John" surgery mention about Carson Palmer. If Fitz truely has a 55 QB rating... I stand corrected...his 1 good game was back in 05 vs Houston (310 yards 3 TD 1 Int - 117 rating). Will they turn to the running game?
You probably thought he was good because when he had that one good game, Boomer, an Ivy League grad, nutted all over himself drooling over the kid from "Hahvad" (Harvard). I remember when that happened.
 
You probably thought he was good because when he had that one good game, Boomer, an Ivy League grad, nutted all over himself drooling over the kid from "Hahvad" (Harvard). I remember when that happened.
I remember that 1 game.... my opponent picked him up & I lost because of him! Hard to forget! So, how will Ocjo & TJ Hous fare with the new QB situation? Looks like a new learning curve and a good sell for Ocho. Take that 1 TD and shop him!
 
I completely agree that LJ is a sell high, but only if your trading partner believes the old LJ is back (which is a tough sell).

As others pointed out, there aren't many RBs left that get his number of touches. Still, if I could package him in a deal that got me a truly elite RB back in return, I'd pull the trigger in a second...not likely to happen, but it never hurts to try.

 
I completely agree that LJ is a sell high, but only if your trading partner believes the old LJ is back (which is a tough sell). As others pointed out, there aren't many RBs left that get his number of touches. Still, if I could package him in a deal that got me a truly elite RB back in return, I'd pull the trigger in a second...not likely to happen, but it never hurts to try.
define elite, please?
 
Magic_Man said:
Birdie048 said:
Sell High

M Muhammad

L Moore

B Favre

Buy Low

AJ

Colston

Plex

Holmes

B Edwards

Ocho
Plex is not buy low. I gave R. Moss to get him.Holmes is a sell IMO & I own him.

I've been trying to buy Edwards & Aj all year w/no luck. What are you guys giving for them?
Ok.. I'll admit I have not finished reading all the posts in this thread... but some Plex owners are nervous at his playing time since he was suspended, has a bye and the NFL is looking at possible action due to his "domestic" issues. I have heard Plex going for K Walters in 1 moderately competitive league (the Plex owner needs help Week 5 with Bowe & Evans out). Ocho no longer has the shoulder harness and is close to 100%. Now Fitzpatrick is a little concern at QB, but he does have potential. He did OK for a few games before (in StL IIRC).
Pretty stupid if true since Bowe and Evans have Week 6 Byes
 
Yitbos69 said:
Is R.Grant a buy low?
Good question. What's the consensus here?
He's a guy I'm also on the fence about. To me, it depends on the status of Rodgers and Grant's hammy. I'm not sure how healed up he is but if Rodgers is out for a while it may not matter. Their backup situation is potentially horrendous so running lanes may be very tough to come by.
I think he's a good buy-low guy just because 2 of his next 3 are against Atlanta and Indy.
 
I completely agree that LJ is a sell high, but only if your trading partner believes the old LJ is back (which is a tough sell). As others pointed out, there aren't many RBs left that get his number of touches. Still, if I could package him in a deal that got me a truly elite RB back in return, I'd pull the trigger in a second...not likely to happen, but it never hurts to try.
define elite, please?
you might be able to deal him in a package for Addai in some leagues....
 
fflnut said:
David Yudkin said:
For deeper leagues, this is the week to get Kevin O'Connell for next to nothing (like for free off waivers). Maybe next week too, but after that he'll be gone. Should be starting in a few more games unless Cassel makes huge strides in the next couple games.
Thinking he'll that much more effective than Cassel has been?
Cassel's production has been off the chart low, so anything should be an improvement. I suspect O'Connell should be able to be a so-so fantasy backup and ok bye week fill-in. Hard to tell given that we have yet to see him play.
Cassel's production has been low, but more importantly from the Pats perspective, he really hasn't made any dumb mistakes. The phrase I used re: Cassel after the D gave up 30+ in the Miami game is "He might not have been the problem, but he wasn't part of the solution either." I think that has thus far accurately summed up his performance.If the D can step up and they start effectively pushing the ball downfield just 3-5 plays a game with Cassel, they will stick with him rather than go with a rookie. I don't believe BB has given up on winning a SB and he knows he will not get that done with a rookie QB.
 
Sell High: Brett FavreJason CampbellLTLJRonnie BrownChris JohnsonSJaxEdgeSlatonL ColesS MossBuy Low: C PalmerBulgerRodgersMJDThomas JonesLendale WhiteRyan GrantBrandon JacobsWillis McGaheeTJ HoushOcho CincoColstonPlaxicoBraylon EdwardsRoy Williamsetc....There are a lot of guys who have high stock now that you might be able to move for a good return. There are also a lot of guys who have very low stock right now that you could get for a song.
This looks more like a list of players that did well (sell high) vs. players that didn't do well (buy low). Your sell high doesn't seem to have anything to do with how players will perform in the weeks to come (favre, LT?, LJ?, and Chris Johnson - w Lendale in the buy low section). And your buy low (with Housh, Jacobs, Rodgers, Jones) doesn't make any sense to me because they all had very good performances.
 
fflnut said:
David Yudkin said:
For deeper leagues, this is the week to get Kevin O'Connell for next to nothing (like for free off waivers). Maybe next week too, but after that he'll be gone. Should be starting in a few more games unless Cassel makes huge strides in the next couple games.
Thinking he'll that much more effective than Cassel has been?
Cassel's production has been off the chart low, so anything should be an improvement. I suspect O'Connell should be able to be a so-so fantasy backup and ok bye week fill-in. Hard to tell given that we have yet to see him play.
Cassel's production has been low, but more importantly from the Pats perspective, he really hasn't made any dumb mistakes. The phrase I used re: Cassel after the D gave up 30+ in the Miami game is "He might not have been the problem, but he wasn't part of the solution either." I think that has thus far accurately summed up his performance.If the D can step up and they start effectively pushing the ball downfield just 3-5 plays a game with Cassel, they will stick with him rather than go with a rookie. I don't believe BB has given up on winning a SB and he knows he will not get that done with a rookie QB.
While Cassel may stick as the starter, the word I am hearing is that they are ramping up O'Connell to take over.IMO, it's too soon to write off Cassel, but in a few more weeks it may be too late to save the season if they can't move the ball and score.To put things in perspective, they have averaged 16 ppg against teams that went a combined 9-39 last year. They have games with SD, DEN, and IND in the next few games. They in all probability won't win any of those games scoing 16 points.
 
I love both Bulger and Moss as buy lows. Bulger you should be able to get for a box of donuts and why not to stash him on your bench. He still has some great weapons on that team and with a new coach it might spark the team.

With Moss your going to have to give something to get something but I really do think that this guy is going to finish Top 10. He is just too talented not to. We havent heard any bad press even though half the media is dying to hear something negative from the guy and he is the biggest red zone threat on a still very good football team.

Even Owens only had 2 catches for 17 yards in week 3. It happens to all WRs. Moss is going to be a monster and I am trying to get him im my league now. Offering Holmes and Slaton

 
I love both Bulger and Moss as buy lows. Bulger you should be able to get for a box of donuts and why not to stash him on your bench. He still has some great weapons on that team and with a new coach it might spark the team.With Moss your going to have to give something to get something but I really do think that this guy is going to finish Top 10. He is just too talented not to. We havent heard any bad press even though half the media is dying to hear something negative from the guy and he is the biggest red zone threat on a still very good football team.Even Owens only had 2 catches for 17 yards in week 3. It happens to all WRs. Moss is going to be a monster and I am trying to get him im my league now. Offering Holmes and Slaton
Moss currently has scored 22 fantasy points in 3 games (0 PPR) or an average of 7.33 ppg.Last year, the #10 WR scored 175 fantasy points, meaning that Moss would be 153 points from that same total . . . so he would need to average 11.77 fantasy ppg to get there the rest of the way.However, if we eliminate the production Moss had with Brady in the first quarter of the first game, Moss' numbers with Cassel are painfully low: working out to 50-629-5 over a full season. That works out to just 93 fantasy points across 16 games or 5.81 fantasy ppg.Moss will need to pick up the pace dramatically for him to rank in the Top 10.
 
I completely agree that LJ is a sell high, but only if your trading partner believes the old LJ is back (which is a tough sell). As others pointed out, there aren't many RBs left that get his number of touches. Still, if I could package him in a deal that got me a truly elite RB back in return, I'd pull the trigger in a second...not likely to happen, but it never hurts to try.
Like Gore?
 
I completely agree that LJ is a sell high, but only if your trading partner believes the old LJ is back (which is a tough sell). As others pointed out, there aren't many RBs left that get his number of touches. Still, if I could package him in a deal that got me a truly elite RB back in return, I'd pull the trigger in a second...not likely to happen, but it never hurts to try.
define elite, please?
you might be able to deal him in a package for Addai in some leagues....
You might be able to trade him for Addai straight up depending on how much your trading partner over-reacts to Addai's sluggish start and LJ's recent production.Anyway, to answer the question, for me elite = LT, Barber, Westbrook, Peterson, Gore and Lynch. Addai has a chance to bounce back and Portis has been very solid. I don't think you're going to move LJ for LT, Westy, Peterson or Barber except for highly unusual circumstances. So I'd see if you could package him for Gore, Lynch, Portis or Addai. Again, I'm not saying it will happen in many leagues, but it never hurts to try. Trades are all about psychology and the needs of your trading partner. If you're loaded at WR and the Gore owner in your league is 1-3 and hurting at WR, pairing a decent WR with LJ might get you Gore.
 
I completely agree that LJ is a sell high, but only if your trading partner believes the old LJ is back (which is a tough sell). As others pointed out, there aren't many RBs left that get his number of touches. Still, if I could package him in a deal that got me a truly elite RB back in return, I'd pull the trigger in a second...not likely to happen, but it never hurts to try.
Like Gore?
Exactly, see above.
 
I completely agree that LJ is a sell high, but only if your trading partner believes the old LJ is back (which is a tough sell). As others pointed out, there aren't many RBs left that get his number of touches. Still, if I could package him in a deal that got me a truly elite RB back in return, I'd pull the trigger in a second...not likely to happen, but it never hurts to try.
Like Gore?
Exactly, see above.
I've actually been thinking of trying to move LJ in a deal for Gore, but I still can't sell myself 100% on going for it :goodposting:
 
gdg76 said:
I know I'll prob get laughed out of here....The best buy low candidate this week (so low he's prob on 95% on waiver wires) is Kyle Orton.He's put up respectable numbers against four really tough Ds and the schedule is about to improve a thousandfold (going from Colts, Panthers, Bucs, Eagles to Lions, Falcons, Vikings, Lions). He's been throwing the ball well and would have a lot better numbers if his receivers didn't always fumble or drop perfect passes.If you're in need of a viable QB, pick him up cheap now. Not a slam dunk, but as good as he's looked vs tough Ds, it's worth a flyer for what's coming...
Not laughing at all. Orton was the # 18 QB in our scoring system before last night's game, and the 3 TDs should insure that he climbs from that ranking.I have Rodgers and Roethlisberger, so I am thinking of grabbing Orton off the waiver wire.
 
I completely agree that LJ is a sell high, but only if your trading partner believes the old LJ is back (which is a tough sell). As others pointed out, there aren't many RBs left that get his number of touches. Still, if I could package him in a deal that got me a truly elite RB back in return, I'd pull the trigger in a second...not likely to happen, but it never hurts to try.
Like Gore?
Exactly, see above.
I've actually been thinking of trying to move LJ in a deal for Gore, but I still can't sell myself 100% on going for it :confused:
Well, if you think the last 2 weeks are the trend for LJ, I can understand that. I still think there will be many games that he struggles, and he inexplicably isn't getting the production in the passing game he used to. Now, Gore could blow out a knee any week, but he's obviously going to get his touches (running and passing) and the passing game under Martz is keeping defenses more off-balance.
 
Buy low on Thomas Jones as your RB2-3

Schedule looks Downey soft, better QB, better O, better OL, better WRs/TEs....more opportunities

bye Cin @Oak KC @Buf StL @NE @Ten Den @SF Buf @Sea Mia

 
Buy low on Thomas Jones as your RB2-3Schedule looks Downey soft, better QB, better O, better OL, better WRs/TEs....more opportunitiesbye Cin @Oak KC @Buf StL @NE @Ten Den @SF Buf @Sea Mia
I posted this in a few threads already, but I don't get how anyone can say buy Jones low. He is a good running back on a good team.I can't get Jones owners to deal him at all, never mind dealing him low.
 
Buy low on Thomas Jones as your RB2-3Schedule looks Downey soft, better QB, better O, better OL, better WRs/TEs....more opportunitiesbye Cin @Oak KC @Buf StL @NE @Ten Den @SF Buf @Sea Mia
I posted this in a few threads already, but I don't get how anyone can say buy Jones low. He is a good running back on a good team.I can't get Jones owners to deal him at all, never mind dealing him low.
Easily...owners will give up on him starting this week. What else is he then? They've probably had enough and need more out of their RB2-3/Flex investment. He can't get much lower than right now after this week.Last 3 weeks:17/70 and 2/5 VS. NWE10/37 and 2/17 @ SD in a throwfest coming from behind18/46 and 2/23 VS. AZ in a throwfestbesides his first good game @ MIA....he's done very little for a RB2-3 to date....he's got a bye coming up this week to put him even further out of sight, out of mind.
 
Yitbos69 said:
Magic_Man said:
Birdie048 said:
Sell High

M Muhammad

L Moore

B Favre

Buy Low

AJ

Colston

Plex

Holmes

B Edwards

Ocho
Plex is not buy low. I gave R. Moss to get him.Holmes is a sell IMO & I own him.

I've been trying to buy Edwards & Aj all year w/no luck. What are you guys giving for them?
I too have been trying to buy AJ and or Edwards with no luck......would love to see what people are giving or getting for them
Edwards was just traded in my smaller dynasty league. The owner held out nicely and received Cotchery, Housh, and Welker. (Non-PPR) :loco:
 
Buy low on Thomas Jones as your RB2-3Schedule looks Downey soft, better QB, better O, better OL, better WRs/TEs....more opportunitiesbye Cin @Oak KC @Buf StL @NE @Ten Den @SF Buf @Sea Mia
I posted this in a few threads already, but I don't get how anyone can say buy Jones low. He is a good running back on a good team.I can't get Jones owners to deal him at all, never mind dealing him low.
Hes had 3 straight weeks of single digit pts. If thats not a great buy low then I dont know what is.
 
Yitbos69 said:
Magic_Man said:
Birdie048 said:
Sell High

M Muhammad

L Moore

B Favre

Buy Low

AJ

Colston

Plex

Holmes

B Edwards

Ocho
Plex is not buy low. I gave R. Moss to get him.Holmes is a sell IMO & I own him.

I've been trying to buy Edwards & Aj all year w/no luck. What are you guys giving for them?
I too have been trying to buy AJ and or Edwards with no luck......would love to see what people are giving or getting for them
Edwards was just traded in my smaller dynasty league. The owner held out nicely and received Cotchery, Housh, and Welker. (Non-PPR) :thumbdown:
I was in dire need of a RB and just sold Edwards and Selvin Young for M. Turner. So, I sold low and bought high, but sometimes it has to be done.
 
Buy low on Thomas Jones as your RB2-3Schedule looks Downey soft, better QB, better O, better OL, better WRs/TEs....more opportunitiesbye Cin @Oak KC @Buf StL @NE @Ten Den @SF Buf @Sea Mia
I posted this in a few threads already, but I don't get how anyone can say buy Jones low. He is a good running back on a good team.I can't get Jones owners to deal him at all, never mind dealing him low.
He's my RB3 and although I am not looking to give him away I will always entertain offers. It doesn't make sense to just dismiss trade offers outright.
 
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Yitbos69 said:
Magic_Man said:
Birdie048 said:
Sell High

M Muhammad

L Moore

B Favre

Buy Low

AJ

Colston

Plex

Holmes

B Edwards

Ocho
Plex is not buy low. I gave R. Moss to get him.Holmes is a sell IMO & I own him.

I've been trying to buy Edwards & Aj all year w/no luck. What are you guys giving for them?
I too have been trying to buy AJ and or Edwards with no luck......would love to see what people are giving or getting for them
Edwards was just traded in my smaller dynasty league. The owner held out nicely and received Cotchery, Housh, and Welker. (Non-PPR) :confused:
FWIW: I just parted with Edwards in a package for TO. I gave Edwards, Holt, Zach Miller and Favre (my QB3)... I got TO and D.Stallworth.
 
I am probably the only one thinking this, but does Hasselbeck seem like a buy low at this point with a couple of his WR's finally coming back? You may even be able to get him off of the wire in some redraft leagues. One would think he would have to put up better numbers than he has so far, and by the looks of things this is a team that will be playing from behind quite a bit this year.

 
If I owned him I'd personally sell high on Portis. I'm just not too impressed with him, he's not explosive, and he can't find the end zone.

He's a solid 1100 yard guy, but I see very little upside. In the salary cap leagues that I play in he's very overpriced, generally at 35-38%.

 
HoTnickZ said:
Saavy owners look at Coles and see 3 of his TD's gone from his season end total.
You're the guy who passes on a player because of the Madden Curse too, right?
Not at all. I phrased it incorrectly, admittedly it does sound illogical - although there is the variable of defenses shifting over to him more to limit production which would then be distributed elsewhere.
With Jerricho Cotchery on the otherside (who also had a nice day) teams can't exactly shift their attention to Coles. I agree yesterday is going to be his best day this year, but he should be a solid player all season. Look what he has done througout his career without having a QB that could consitently get him the ball downfield.In order for him to be a "sell high" you would have to assume some one is willing to pay for yesterday's perfromance and offer a boatload and in most leagues I don't see that happening.
 
Yitbos69 said:
Magic_Man said:
Birdie048 said:
Sell High

M Muhammad

L Moore

B Favre

Buy Low

AJ

Colston

Plex

Holmes

B Edwards

Ocho
Plex is not buy low. I gave R. Moss to get him.Holmes is a sell IMO & I own him.

I've been trying to buy Edwards & Aj all year w/no luck. What are you guys giving for them?
I too have been trying to buy AJ and or Edwards with no luck......would love to see what people are giving or getting for them
I got Braylon and Pierre Thomas for Buckhalter and Anthony Gonzalez. I am curently offering for Andre, haven't heard anything back yet

 
Magic_Man said:
Tenacious said:
Sell High:LJ
:goodposting:But who do you guys think one could get for LJ?
I traded Rodgers/Branch/LJ for Palmer/Ochocinco/Grant.I believe I got a steal.
:goodposting: Joke post?
Nope. Brees is my starting qb so I can afford to gamble on Palmer. I think Grant will turn things around. My wr's are now AJ, Calvin, Jennings and OchoCinco in a start 4 league. Obviously if Grant continues to suck then I got the raw end of things. But yesterday was his first game that both he and the offensive line were both healthy. For as lousy as he's looked, he's still looked better than B-Jax. I'll either be 3-1 or 4-0 after tonight's game with the next best team in my division 2-2. I'm in good shape to make the playoffs.
 
Cassel's production has been off the chart low, so anything should be an improvement. I suspect O'Connell should be able to be a so-so fantasy backup and ok bye week fill-in. Hard to tell given that we have yet to see him play.

I'm drooling over NE vs Denver week7 as a bye week filler for Warner. Think OConnell will start week 6 to get a sense of what he can do? Don't think I could use him sight unseen if week 7 is his first start.

 
Yitbos69 said:
Magic_Man said:
Birdie048 said:
Sell High

M Muhammad

L Moore

B Favre

Buy Low

AJ

Colston

Plex

Holmes

B Edwards

Ocho
Plex is not buy low. I gave R. Moss to get him.Holmes is a sell IMO & I own him.

I've been trying to buy Edwards & Aj all year w/no luck. What are you guys giving for them?
I too have been trying to buy AJ and or Edwards with no luck......would love to see what people are giving or getting for them
Edwards was just traded in my smaller dynasty league. The owner held out nicely and received Cotchery, Housh, and Welker. (Non-PPR) :coffee:
I traded Forte for Edwards in my 12-team league. I d to do it, but I had a lot of RB depth and no WR's thanks to Colston's injury and Plax's bye+suspension.I would be trying to buy low on Hasselbeck, especially if I'm in a league where the playoffs go through Week 17. His last 4 opponents are NE, @St. Louis, NYJ, @Arizona

 
Magic_Man said:
Tenacious said:
Sell High:LJ
:goodposting:But who do you guys think one could get for LJ?
I traded Rodgers/Branch/LJ for Palmer/Ochocinco/Grant.I believe I got a steal.
:mellow: Joke post?
Nope. Brees is my starting qb so I can afford to gamble on Palmer. I think Grant will turn things around. My wr's are now AJ, Calvin, Jennings and OchoCinco in a start 4 league. Obviously if Grant continues to suck then I got the raw end of things. But yesterday was his first game that both he and the offensive line were both healthy. For as lousy as he's looked, he's still looked better than B-Jax. I'll either be 3-1 or 4-0 after tonight's game with the next best team in my division 2-2. I'm in good shape to make the playoffs.
the record of your team and that of others in the league aside, you got absolutely ripped off in this deal. LJ>>>>>grantRogers>>Palmerand Branch and Ocho are a wash at this point, with Ocho barely outproducing Branch who is not even playing. The key here being that LJ is significantly more valuable than grant. Bad move dude, really really really bad move. You sold low and bought high!
 
Sell High:LJ
:excited:But who do you guys think one could get for LJ?
I traded Rodgers/Branch/LJ for Palmer/Ochocinco/Grant.I believe I got a steal.
:homer: Joke post?
Nope. Brees is my starting qb so I can afford to gamble on Palmer. I think Grant will turn things around. My wr's are now AJ, Calvin, Jennings and OchoCinco in a start 4 league. Obviously if Grant continues to suck then I got the raw end of things. But yesterday was his first game that both he and the offensive line were both healthy. For as lousy as he's looked, he's still looked better than B-Jax. I'll either be 3-1 or 4-0 after tonight's game with the next best team in my division 2-2. I'm in good shape to make the playoffs.
the record of your team and that of others in the league aside, you got absolutely ripped off in this deal. LJ>>>>>grantRogers>>Palmerand Branch and Ocho are a wash at this point, with Ocho barely outproducing Branch who is not even playing. The key here being that LJ is significantly more valuable than grant. Bad move dude, really really really bad move. You sold low and bought high!
Call the Police you was Robbed
 
Sell High

M Muhammad

L Moore

B Favre

Buy Low

AJ

Colston

Plex

Holmes

B Edwards

Ocho
Plex is not buy low. I gave R. Moss to get him.Holmes is a sell IMO & I own him.

I've been trying to buy Edwards & Aj all year w/no luck. What are you guys giving for them?
I too have been trying to buy AJ and or Edwards with no luck......would love to see what people are giving or getting for them
I gave up Forte and K Jones for Edwards and C Perry last week. I was selling high on Forte as I think he will not last all season. I had depth at RB with Gore, Jacobs and Brown. Needed WR help bad. Perry was doing well and I thought he was going to dominate this week. Oh well. Hopefully Edwards will come around by the playoffs.
 
For those of you who think T Jones is a buy low, have you watched any of his games? He looks terrible, especially in short yardage. I watched him get stuffed at the goal line 3 plays in a row. I sold last week and couldn't be happier. I wouldn't be suprised if he was not starting by years end. And by that I mean getting the majority of carries. I know someone would of jumped on me because Washington actually started this week.

 
Buy low:

Ryan Grant- his value is so low right now you should be able to steal him. Keep him on the bench for now and you can reap the rewards later in season.

Andre Johnson- too much talent to keep him down

Cutler- Maybe someone is disappionted by last weeks performance?? out on a limb here

O Daniels- still may be able to get him cheap and a ppr monster

Sell high:

Rivers- LT seems to be back and will get his TD's

Favre- 6 tds?

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