Ok just got offered this trade: I give Roddy White, ATL for I get Marques Colston, NO
I do own a lot of Falcons on my team, Tony Gonzalez, Roddy White, and Matt Ryan Right now Roddy White is #5 overall WR in the league while Colston is #10 WR overall in the league Some WR rules: TD Reception 6 2pt Receiving Conversion 2 Every 10 receiving yards 1 Each reception 1 100-199 yard receiving game 5 200+ yard receiving game 10
As you see 200 plus yard games are huge, and TD catches are big as well. Decline or accept it and WHY!?!? Will help in return the same level of depth you give me, thansk andy
These two have very similar reception and yardage totals and exactly the same TD's so I don't see this trade as all to necessary. I don't like to have too many players from one team but I don't mind having #1 WR's with their QB's because every time he catches a TD you more or less get double the points. I would think that White has a better chance of a 200 yd game because the Saints have so many weapons to spread the ball to. All in all I don't see to many advantages of having Colston over White but do see a few with having White over Colston. Especially with having Ryan on your team.
That's tough, and in many ways feels like a tossup. Both teams are coming up against some of the top-ranked pass Ds in the league. Overall, I don't think that wil be a problem for the Saints since a) Drew Brees will stay cool and look for opportunities and b) their run game is phenomenal this season (Peter King, whatever my feelings about him in general,did a very solid writeup this week on why exactly that is), fourth right now behind Jets, Titans, Dolphins...I'm guessing we might see that featured a little more in the coming weeks as the pass game lays back a bit. Michael Turner is tremendous, but Atlanta's run game isn't as developed as NO's, so I'd bet they'll probably still be passing.
Colston will probably still put up big numbers, but I would stick with Roddy White. He's consistent, and I guess what it comes down to is I can't really see an upside to Colston that White doesn't have.