shawngee03 wrote:problem is with all "sell highs"...how much do you expect to get for him. he was drafted in a mid round...so no you are not going to get 1st round value for him. i woulndt assume anybody would give you more than the value you drafted him at...meaning its more valuable to you to keep him.
im confident he will provide the value throughtout the year that i drafted him at. no i dont expect 30 points every week...but im cool w about 10 each week. i play PPR...so he'll stay on my team more than likely
Forte probably had his best game of the season and he is a "sell high" but I agree with this. I don't expect to be able to get "sell high" value for him. I really think he was undervalued heading into the year. Last year's terrible season was over-exaggerated because of how high he was drafted. He was still a top-20 RB and I expect him to at least match that or end up better this year but he was being drafted even later. I don't think one great game, where he did most of his damage receiving, against the Lions is enough to bump his value to where he is a "sell high". If I could get someone like Thomas or McCoy, I would do it, but I think someone like Stewart or Addai would be about a break even at best. I think the most interesting target for a Forte owner is Ryan Grant if you feel like gambling that he won't miss too much time or end up in a RBBC with Brandon Jackson when he does return. What does everyone else think about targeting Grant? Who else would be a good target as a Forte owner?
I think Foster has the same problem, where he had his best game of the season and is a "sell high" but you still won't be able to get what he's worth.