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My team is 1-4 and I'm ready to make a trade to shake things up.............. Super flex league, Start 1 QB, 1 RB, 1 WR, 1 Sflex, 2 Flex, and 1 TE      Scoring: RB .5 PPR, WR 1PPR, TE 1.5 PPR      5 pt passing TD's, 100 yard and 300 yard bonuses

CURRENT STARTERS:    D. Watson, Stafford, D. Johnson, Beckham, Watkins, Tyrell Williams, Jack Doyle, Bears   

RESERVES: Kyle Allen, C. Newton, M. Gordon, Singletary, Hardman,  A. Tate, McLaurin 

 

Trade offer #1:  Watson, Gordon, Beckham (and Bears D)    FOR     A. Rodgers, A. Cooper and Kerryon Johnson

Trade offer #2:  Watson, Gordon, and Bears D    FOR    Kyler Murray, JuJu, and C. Sutton

Trade offer #3:  Watson FOR   Cousins, D. Montgomery, W. Fuller and J. Cook

#3 is silly, not even considering it, struggling with the first two.  Watson is the only guy I have with sell high value after the Atlanta game.  My team is terrible and I'm running out of patience.

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Without knowing how defense scoring is (sometimes you can go big negative in some systems) it's tough to comment on Option 1.  That is the only offer I would entertain and it would depend on the impact of losing a top defense....it's that close for me. 

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20 minutes ago, Gally said:

Without knowing how defense scoring is (sometimes you can go big negative in some systems) it's tough to comment on Option 1.  That is the only offer I would entertain and it would depend on the impact of losing a top defense....it's that close for me. 

Good point, defenses score a lot in our league, but the Bears now hit a bye week and no more easy matchups (Saints, Chargers, Eagles, Lions).  They don't hit negative points much.....sacks are worth 2 points each, and they start at 20 points with a shutout and then lose a point each point scored against.

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I'd have to agree with Gally, number 1 is the only one I'd consider. You're getting a WR1 that is producing, an RB that is on the RB1/RB2 line, and the QB debate is where I hesitate. Love me some Rodgers but a game like last week isn't what you want to see. Higher ceiling there is Watson's, but if you're looking to shake things up (and willing to ditch the Bears D if there are other decent options), then option 1 is what I'd pursue. 

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