McCoy would be a sweet RB3, maybe even 2 if Moreno starts slow. Floyd would make a nice WR3 with aromoshodu to go with my 2 studs. (Note: I traded Bowe for Gates straight up at the draft when i got Dez) Should i take the deal? Dez has crazy upside, but there is always the chance he is the next Charles Rogers. I will hit you back, so leave a link! Thanks!
This really is about McCoy v Bryant long term. Although RB's have a shorter life span, they have a better success rate in the pros than WR's. Also, Dez is injured and has never played a pro down. McCoy will be the work horse in Phi. I would do this trade because you are trading from your strength, WR, and upgrading your weakness at RB. Thanks for the help with mine.
Thanks for the help with mine. I think that trade is good for you today, but not sure how it looks a month or two from now. I'd much rather be running McCoy and Floyd out there than Moreno and Dez at the start of the season. McCoy is the lead back and Floyd is the number one WR, meantime Moreno is nursing a hammy and Dez is the #2 guy in Dallas.
This is a coin flip for me, but my gut says Floyd is going to be better than his adp, so I'd make this deal. Good luck!
AlaskanViking wrote:Tough call, but I'm a sucker for upside so I'd keep Dez, it might take him the first quarter of the season but he should be kickin it by mid season.
It's almost a coin flip as McCoy and Floyd have alot of upside this season too, Dez has the potential to be one of the few "elite" recievers. Good luck!
I disagree, most WR it takes a couple years before they get going. I would rather have McCoy than Dez long term. Dez has not even played a snap in the league, he is hurt right now, and on a loaded team where the ball goes other places before him. McCoy on the other hand will touch the ball more than anyone on his team.
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I would rather have Dez. I think that he is going to be a monster. Teams are not going to be able to double team him with Austin and Witten on the field. I am not sold on McCoy, he really didnt do much when he took over for Westy last year. Plus, I think McCoy's value takes a huge hit in Non PPr leagues. Most of his value will come in the passing game