High Selling: (that have been mentioned)
Cleokatrah wrote:All the other sell high candidates have been named, imo.
The reasoning you provided for your sell-high cadidates was thought-provoking. What players that have been named do you agree with, and why?
DeSean Jackson > I would personally hold on to him to see where he falls when his cohorts get back. Philly is a passing powerhouse, and even though they're schedule isn't easy, a Philly #2 Wr could make a good WR3 or flex. It's just a matter of how you're willing to gamble whether Jackson will get that spot or not. I think he can. He is establishing a great rapport with McNabb, and who knows if his companions will return at top form? But it is a gamble, and if you're not confident to wager on it, you can good a good price on him now.
Lee Evans > Evans perpetually gets lost every year. He has a couple grand games, shows up for the blast, and then twiddles with his toes the rest of the year. Or maybe I have a slight grudge. Or maybe it's the fact that Buffalo is not a passing team first and there aren't - normally - enough yards to go around for two receivers - and Parrish is looking damn good. I think Evans will find himself usurped, and soon.Buy Low: (that have been mentioned)
Moss > If there is an angsty owner wanting to get rid of him, he's an easy buy. He is THE throw to guy in NE, he is a glory whore, and he will
work diligently with Cassel to get their chemistry brewing so he can continue being a glory whore.
Addai > He is still the starter in Indy. Even if he gets off to a slow start or has a rocky season, he will still be fun to own when the Colts get to toy with Cleveland, Cincinnati, and Detroit all in a row. Provided he's healthy, of course.Uncertain:
Edwards/Anderson > Sure, they've faced tough Ds straight out the bat, but Dallas didn't even have Newman and Braylon did nothing, and our D-line wasn't the pass rushing demon it should have been. We had only one sack. Cleveland faced tough defenses last year and still managed to put out some numbers. They put up a whopping 205 yards total offense against Dallas, and 208 against Pittsburgh. They played well against Pittsburgh and NE (for a while), and Baltimore last year. So what is the difference this year? I'm on the fence with Cleveland until after their Cincy game.