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Re: Any keeper types that could be had for cheap?

Postby skibrett15 » Mon Nov 12, 2007 10:26 pm

Jackalope wrote:
Champagne Supernova wrote:Im really liking Michael Turner. I think there is a ton of value there considering he could very easily be a starter next season. Chicago, Houston, Tampa, or Green Bay seem like the most likely destinations at the moment.

With those teams as turner's likely destination... where do you think Turner will fall as far as RB's next season?

top 10... top 15?


somewhere between 15 and 20 depending on where he lands. if he is in green bay, I have no idea. anywhere from 10-30 since I can't tell if it's the line or what. I would say he might do best in houston, but it would be hard for them to sign him after blowing it on ahman green this year.
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Re: Any keeper types that could be had for cheap?

Postby Kilroy » Tue Nov 13, 2007 12:49 am

Ek wrote:Cadillac Williams, Ladell Betts, Ronnie Brown, and Michael Turner are all good options.

Deuce McAllister, although it's dependant on how well he recovers from injury.

I could see Greg Olsen having a big year next season as well, and he won't cost much. Both of those are more for leagues where you have at least 4-5 keepers, although usually if you're looking for cheap keepers at this point it means your team isn't all that great (I'm there to).

I signed Deuce to a 3 Year Minimum Deal in a Dynasty Contract League after he was cut earlier this year. If he can make it back it's a bargain, and if he can't I'm out next to nothing. I wouldn't want to risk much more than that on him in 2008.

Betts isn't going anywhere unless he's released, and even then given the number of RBs that will be available and the deep draft class at the position I think he'd have trouble finding a starting gig.

The hype machine for Turner's already in a high enough gear that I dunno that I'd qualify him as "cheap" right now in keepers/dynasties.

Between Brown/Caddy I'd much rather have Brown, given that he was performing better and that his knee injury wasn't as severe. As bad as an ACL tear is, patellar tendon injuries are that much worse.

My $.02 ;-D

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