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Re: Sleeper WR - Laurent Robinson (Rams)

Postby BoyNamedSue » Mon Sep 21, 2009 2:13 pm

Picked him up last Thursday...didn't play him this week and regret it b/c I, like a schmuck, played D. Henderson who did diddly SQUAT!

Robinson is legit.
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Re: Sleeper WR - Laurent Robinson (Rams)

Postby AnddWon » Thu Sep 24, 2009 8:08 pm

I like Laurent but I think I went a little nuts and overpaid...

I gave: Anquan Boldin
Leon Washington

For. Willis McGahee
Laurent Robinson



I just needed an RB and am also a Ray Rice owner. I hope Laurent stay consistent.
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Re: Sleeper WR - Laurent Robinson (Rams)

Postby ampant » Fri Sep 25, 2009 2:49 pm

AnddWon wrote:I like Laurent but I think I went a little nuts and overpaid...

I gave: Anquan Boldin
Leon Washington

For. Willis McGahee
Laurent Robinson
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You probably did overpay a little, in that you sold low on Boldin. Robinson had great value as a sleeper, but I'd def rather have Boldin. You'll be alright though. I think Robinson will probably end up with 900-1000 yards on the season, with 75-85 receptions and 4-6 tds. McGahee seem to be a TD vulture so far this year, and if he keeps it up, they guys you traded for are likely to score as much as the guys you sent packing.

Think about Laurent is that he's the 11th most targetted WR in the NFL right now. No reason to see why that would change, especially with the Rams always playing from behind. And if Bulger goes down, Orton will probably look to him even more, since Orton took most of the snaps with him in the preseason. If you are in PPR robinson will finish out the year like a solid WR2 on your team.
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Re: Sleeper WR - Laurent Robinson (Rams)

Postby scottiepimps59 » Fri Sep 25, 2009 10:18 pm

AnddWon wrote:I like Laurent but I think I went a little nuts and overpaid...

I gave: Anquan Boldin
Leon Washington

For. Willis McGahee
Laurent Robinson



I just needed an RB and am also a Ray Rice owner. I hope Laurent stay consistent.


I actually like that trade esp in a TD heavy league. I think Willis McGahee could legitimately be this years Brandon Jacobs (ceiling) or LenDale White (floor). Ravens have an easy run sched and McGahee will see the goalline often on a team that suddenly has a highpowered offense.

Washington is nothing more than a scatback. Even if Thomas Jones were to get injured, Shonn Greene would see the goalline. Robinson is a solid WR3 or flex option, esp in PPR leagues.
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