This my first year of fantasy football and first post at the cafe thnks for the help
My Current Team includes- QB-V Young, M Lienart, reserve B Roth WR-C Johnson, A Boldin reserves Cal Johnson, R Brown, V Jackson, S Holmes RB-S Jackson, T Henry reserves M Lynch, C Williams TE-H Miller, E Johnson W/T- N/A W/RB- N/A K-S Gostkowski, J Kasay DEF- Bal, GB
I would like to get a better #3 back and number 2 QB The team i would like to trade with has stocked qb's Palmer and Bulger and is weak at the WR where i am strongest. At Rb he has J. Norwood, J Jones and B Jacobs as back ups. What would it take to get Bulger and one of those backs? Or is of fair value?
QB Vick, Schaub RB Rice, Gore, Brad, Hightow, Jacobs WR V Jax, M Will T, Ocho, Marsh, Maclin TE [b]Lewis[/b}
I think Lynch could turn out to be a nice pic and hopefully Williams bounces back this season - you've got 4 starters on their respective teams there. And surely with those QB's at least 2 of them should work out. You are solid at WR, but I don't know if I would wanna trade away any depth - Chad J & Boldin are solid, Cavin is a great player but rookie WR's rarely have great 1st seasons, although he should be solid - Brown should be good as long as McNabb stays healthy, Jackson is a question mark, he's good but most passes in SD go to Gates & Tomlinson, WR's never sem to flourish there - Holmes is solid, but hard to say what his numbers will be in Pit's new offense. Bulger would be nice to have, but I wouldn't want to lose any depth at WR, and to go after Jacobs too, the price would be too high - and Jacobs is maybe an upgrade over Williams but not over your other RB's. You are a little weak at TE, but both of those have sleeper value. Solid D in Baltimore. One thing that jumps out at me - why did you draft 2-TE's, 2-K's, and 2-D's??? That's 3 spots I would have used for more RB's and WR's - I would drop the extras and grab some free agents - what's available?
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