With Indianapolis using their defense and running game to control the ball this year, does R. Wayne have any value? Do you think he is going to turn things around? I’m wondering if he is a good buy low candidate, or if he is waiver wire material?
S Jackson, C Taylor, J Lewis, D Williams
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His price, as well as Marvin Harrison's price should be way down by now. If you're a gambling man, and want to bet on Wayne having a really bad (like <50 yards no TDs) day against Tennessee, then his price should be an absolute steal.
Cornbread Maxwell wrote:- Would you trade him for guys ranked lower than him who could easily continue to outperform him: SSmith Ward JSmith DJax
or do you think his pricetag has fallen so far that you can get him for Boldin, Bennett, Clayton, Driver, Coles, etc...
If I had him, I would take Ward, D-Jax or Steve Smith for him but I don't know if I would take any of the others listed. Statistically he may be worth it, but I think his name alone can get you a better deal.
"I'm normally not a praying man, but if you're up there, please save me Superman."
- Homer J. Simpson
I just traded away Stephen Davis and Nate Burleson for Willie Parker and Reggie Wayne.
My backfield is stacked so I probably would never have used Davis and won't use Parker. So, for me it was basically Burleson for Wayne.
Indianapolis has a nice stretch here against some really weak defenses so I am hoping that Wayne puts together a few nice weeks and I can move him for better value. Indy does finish the season against SD and Seattle so he could be pretty good in the playoffs.
well, i've offered fwp for wayne...turned down. then i offered thomas jones for wayne...turned down. now, this just could be a stubborn owner, but to me, i'm taking from this that his value is still pretty high. i'm supposing this is residual from last year's performance.