Somebody in my league actually dropped Reggie Bush after one week. I'll admit, going into the season, I had zero interest in drafting him (he went in the 5th), but c'mon, if he'd dropped to the 8th or 9th round you'd just have to take him based on value.
My league is a keeper league and since I picked him up as a free agent, I can keep him in the 16th round next year. I know he has his issues and drawbacks, but that's just great value.
Now I have to drop someone. Logic would dictate trying to make a trade, but the owners in my league only make maybe 1-2 trades a year. I don't understand it.
Looking at my roster, my head says that I should drop another RB since I have so many, but I like them all so much that it just kills me to do it. I'd rather drop a WR, since my starters are so strong I'd only play a backup due to bye or injury.
I guess I'm between Ginn and Breaston. Or if it HAD to be a RB, I suppose Bradshaw. Any thoughts?
10 team keeper league / Head-to-head / No PPR
Standard scoring except 6 points for passing TD's
Start: 1QB, 2RB, 3WR, 1 RB/WR, 1 TE, 1 K, 1 DST
QB D. McNabb, B. Roethlisberger
RB C. Portis, M. Barber, L. Johnson, J. Stewart, D. Ward, A. Bradshaw
WR A. Johnson, C. Johnson, S. Smith (Car), T. Ginn, S. Breaston
TE D. Clark K: R. Longwell DST: Packers