This is my first year playing fantasy football. I've played several seasons of fantasy baseball and know far more about that sport than football. My league is 10-men and the standard setup on ESPN except that we start 2 QBs (with 2 RB, 2 WR, 1 RB/WR, 1 TE, 1 D/ST, 1 K and 7 bench).
My team is
QB - Tony Romo
QB - Brett Favre
RB - Adrian Peterson
RB - LeSean McCoy
RB/WR - Felix Jones
WR - Larry Fitzgerald
WR - Steve Smith (Panthers)
TE - Owen Daniels
D/ST - Bengals
K - Matt Prater
Bench - Jerome Harrison, Darren McFadden, Leon Washington, Legedu Naanee, Kenny Britt, Sidney Rice and Vincent Jackson
Without going into much detail, my computer was screwy for our draft which is why I have Rice and Jackson. My ranking list was from around June/July and had Rice/Jackson ranked highly. Combine this with my internet going out for 4 different picks and they get auto-drafted (along with McFadden and Ben Tate who I've dropped).
Quarterbacks obviously went off the board very fast. One person never showed up for the draft and didn't get any good QBs (Campbell and Freeman).
So my initial question is should I try to make some moves? I feel like my team is decent, but really didn't perform this past week. If you think I should try to trade, what are your thoughts on this trade:
The team I am trading autodrafted both Finley and Celek which is nearly pointless since we only start one. I am trying to take advantage of his desperation for a QB. But am I taking too much of a risk by giving up Favre for Campbell? Also, I threw in McFadden for Brown to sweeten the deal because neither would ever start on my team.
Another possible trade is Jerome Harrison for Brent Celek. Is that worth it for me?
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