I agree with Kirby about the RB help but I don't see anything to help that position on your list. Braylon seems somewhat interesting to me, even with his issues. Perhaps you could then move some of your WR depth to pick up a better RB? Good lluck and thanks for the help on my topic!
Agreed with the others. You need more at RB. Lynch might have had more carries last week, but you just never know what will happen with him, trade or not.
You have 3 great WRs starting, so I would try and make someone a deal with Steve Smith and maybe one reserve for a RB who will get you some decent and consistent numbers. Clausen will be starting, so my inclination would be to deal him while he's had good numbers in the first 2 games. Rookie QBs scare me, especially when the rest of the team is stinking.
My Roster QB - Tebow, Flacco RB - Peterson, Blount, Lynch, Helu, K. Hunter WR - Nicks, Maclin, V. Cruz, James Jones TE - Gates K - Kasay DST - Giants
well what rbs should i try to look for in return for steve smith? like...
steve smith(car) for Jahvid Best? Steve Smith(car) for Pierre Thomas/bradshaw? Steve Smith(car) and Moreno/Hightower for Chris Johnson? Steve Smith(car) and Moreno/Hightower for MJD? Steve Smith(car) and someone else for Arian Foster? Steve SMith(car) for mccoy?
There are 5 teams that need a good solid wr, and have solid rbs. idk who i should really look for.
I would target McCoy first with Smith...see if he bites, but after that huge game he may be really high on him. I dont think u can get Best....however i think you'd be able to ger Bradshaw. If u cant pull of a trade....Bush and Spiller would be nice additions off the waiver wire....drop someone i would make it Tolbert. I am hearing Mathews will play this weekend.
Do not dump Tolbert http://www.rotoworld.com/content/headli ... ?sport=NFL Ryan Mathews revealed Wednesday that he has a high ankle sprain. It's usually a 4-6 week injury. Mathews is holding out "hope" that he'll be able to play in Week 3, saying he feels "good." The No. 12 overall pick did not practice on Wednesday, however, and his status now appears shaky at best. Mike Tolbert's chances of starting at Seattle are increasing. Darren Sproles would also be in line for an increased role, qualifying as a flex option in PPR leagues. We wouldn't bet on Mathews playing, let alone playing extensively. Sep. 22 - 7:22 pm et
It's good to be strong at WR in a PPR league with 1pt per reception.......so I'd be weary of trading a top WR.......but if you can get McCoy.....that'd be sweet......he'll get reception to boot.....
Agree with the responses you have received. You need help @ RB position, but there is nothing on the WW worth making a move for. You would be better served making changes through a trade. With Clausen starting, not sure how high people will be on Smith (CAR), so you may need to sweeten the kitty.
I think you have a couple options available. Like the others said, you can try to trade a WR like Smith for a better RB. and to touch on what some said about Smith and his new QB; Smith makes catches from whoever is behind center...so that won't matter. I like the Smith for McCoy trade as well. Then you can start either Williams or Thomas at WR.
If you don't want to trade smith (and even if you do), I'd definitely drip Lynch for Spiller or Bush. They drafted Spiller to play, so I can't believe he'll be 3rd string for very long.