I have been offered Wes Welker for DeSean Jackson. While I like Jackson and his big play ability, it concerns me that the two games this year he has played with McNabb he has 3 catched for 10 yards. Also, with Maclin emerging, Curtis getting healthier and Westbrook healthier, I think he might be a very hit or miss reciever. Welker on the other hand, doesn't have the big play/game potential, but will get his catches just about every week. It's not a true PPR league but you do get 1 point per 4 catches in a pretty low scoring system, so there is value there. Here is my lineup:
that is really close. I too am confused with the PHI receiver situation. I think the action will come back to Jackson, but who knows.
I would probably side with Welker, but might want more to make the deal. Welker is coming off injury, Jackson has been hot. Maybe you could get more. And, if you can't, then, you really aren't out anything by declining--because who knows really who wins this deal.
To answer the previous question, it's a keeper league and I was able to keep DeSean Jackson as a rookie protection from last year. I also kept Andre Johnson and then drafted Vincent Jackson, Brandon Marshall and Steve Smith. I have recently traded most of them for the roster I have now and to add RB depth (as well as extra draft picks in next years draft)
I don't do this deal. I've had a feeling about Welker since the beginning of the year that he was gonna end up with an injury, and every week at some point he limps off the field. DJax had one off week, I'd stick with him for now.
With no PPR, Welker's value drops significantly. You already have WR depth. Stick with what you have. Jackson's upside and big play ability outshines Welker's. Thanks for your help earlier too btw. It's good to read someone who has the same reasoning and viewpoints as me. Plus, you're a Yankee fan (I'm assuming so with your user-name) so you're in automatically haha. Go Yanks!!!!!!!!!!