Carr, Bourne, and Wilson don't do much for me really. A mid 3rd and early 4th are dart throws so I like this move for you. Especially if kind of trying to tank this year. St. Brown looked good and worth a shot. As long as that pick stays top 2, I like this type of move.Got the itch while looking at potential 2023 targets, my target year for the rebuild. Superflex, PPR, no K or D/ST. 6 pt all TDs.
I already had a top 2 pick (control my own destiny, but there's one other rebuilding team) and I would really love to come away from 2023 with the top QB & RB, or possibly even 2 QBs of my 5x 1sts.
My other 4 first round picks were likely to be mid (4-6), mid (6-8), late (7-9) and late (9-11)
Threw up a couple of offers, this was their counter.
I gave Derek Carr, Kendrick Bourne, Cedrick Wilson, 2023 mid-1st pick, 2023 mid-3rd and 2022 4.02
I received: Aman-Ra St. Brown, 2023 top 2 pick.
So I should now be a lock for picks 1.01 & 1.02 in the 2023 draft, while still having 3 other 1st, 2x 2nds, 1x 3rd, 2 4ths and 5x 5ths
Plus I get a WR I like, who may or may not not be a flash in the pan but should be useful. I know he won't be as good as he was down the stretch without Hock & Swift, but IMO they won't stop throwing to him now that they know what he can be.
TLR, traded journeyman Carr & 2 WRs I didn't need + a couple of picks to move one of my mid firsts from 6-8 up to a top 2 pick. Definitely risky, as now my QB stable consists of a very shaky list of Zach Wilson, Daniel Jones, Tyler Huntley & Kellen Mond. On the upside, having to start Wilson/Jones every week will likely help me to lose more games this year.