Hey guys, mid last week I sent a guy in my league a trade for Jones-Drew. I gave a decent amount to get him, and it was accepted a little while ago. After todays performance by Chris Johnson, I dont know how well I actually did. Johnson went off for 200 rushing yards, 2 rush tds, 87 rec yards and 1 td. CJs schedule is also a big easier than MJDs. How did I do on the trade? Thanks
I gave: Chris Johnson, Mike Bell and TJ Housh
I got: Jones Drew, Donald Brown and Crabtree
I will post my team below, but in addition to the above info, as of mid last week, I saw Johnson and Housh as equal to MJD and Brown. Crabtree is a throw in who Id drop and while mike bell has done well, once Pierre thomas comes back I dont think Bell is even close to startable. Thoughts?
10 team league h2h redraft. all tds are 6 points with 20 yards per point rush/rec and 40 yards per point passing.
QB Tom Brady WR Randy Moss WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh RB Chris Johnson RB Matt Forte TE Todd Heap W/R Wes Welker BN Joe Flacco BN Beanie Wells BN Jonathan Stewart BN Michael Bush BN Ahmad Bradshaw BN LeSean McCoy BN Mike Bell
well i may be different than most, and this isnt just because of today. but i like johnson over MJD. hes in a better offense with an easier schedule. donald brown should never start for you barring injury and bye weeks, so you traded a starting wr for a guy that will sit on your bench the entire year. IMO you downgraded at two positions
lol in no way do I see chris johnson as a better rb over MJD. But thats my opinion and we differ on it. I think MJD can score from anywhere but also gets the goalines which CJ does not. I will agree that CJ does have an easier schedule.
In regards to Housh, to be honest, I was never high on him. He is a possession wr that wont get many looks in the endzone. He is mostly a yarage guy but is as good as Hasselback is. If Hasselback isnt healthy, downgrade Housh.
Also, I would put Wes Welker in at my second wr spot and my flex spot could be Beanie Wells or J. Stewart.
padrino990_200 wrote:agree to disagree about MJD and Johnson, call them close to a wash either way.
but you saying you would play welker in your flex is exactly my point. you lost housh who will be a starter for you and picked up a guy that will probably sit on your bench.
Padrino, I think you are misunderstanding what im saying. I would start wes welker as my second wr. Our league can start 2 wr, I would start moss and welker. My flex spot could either be- beanie wells, j. stewart, michael Bush, leshone mccoy or others.