I might trade him for the 1.09 in a normal dynasty draft, depending what's available, but the makeup of my team comes into play. I probably wouldn't even do that until the draft has already started. Like I said, it depends what's available at the 1.9.Would you take 1.11 in a 16 team league? Minus all the other noise?Not as much as you want. He is a hold.What would you say Deebo is worth straight up picks wise?I'll take a stab at this:I know this post will get little traction because of the complexity of the league but...
16 team, ppr, pp 1st down, 1qb 2rb 3wr 1te 1(no qb)flex 1k 2dt 2 de 2lb 2cb 2s 1def flex, contract years/cap
I received -
Cap hits (enough for 4 minimum players, less than 5% of max cap)
Brandon McManus K (fa) 2 yrs, league minimum cap hit
Bryce Callahan CB (fa) 1 yr, league minimum cap hit
Jordan Cameron DE 1 yr
I gave -
Deebo Samuel 1 yr
Jake Elliot k 1yr
Christian Kirksey LB 1yr
So you gave up a nice asset (Samuel), a negligible asset (Eliiot), and a linebacker who has some value this year maybe for...
An asset that can only be obtained via trading (cap hits), AND players that can use that cap hit who have no value other than their ability to use that cap hit AND cover a starting roster slot, plus a dice roll (1.11).
That said, I'd guess you're a contending team with cap issues and a bunch of WRs that are better than Samuel, and you took what you could get.
Going into this I had a solid tier break after pick 11, so that definitely factored into my decision.What would you say Deebo is worth straight up picks wise?
You didn't ask me, but he's probably worth anywhere from the 1.05-1.07. But that's all league-dependent. Sixteen team-leagues might be different, but that would seem to make holding an established guy even more important.
Another thing is that a rookie gets an automatic 3 year contract at a fixed rate with the option to extend to 5, while deebo is on his final year and at a high cost. So basically what I'd feel like is worth 7-9th pick value in a traditional league gets bungled by those type of factors.