mikemar wrote:1/2 ppr rb/wr but 1 PPR for TE (can start TE in flex if wanted) dynasty (can keep 12 players every year) Want to improve TE to a long term stud
so my QB - Schaub, Bradford TE -Cooley, Winslow, Fasano RB - Best, Mathews, Moreno, Pierre, Keiland Williams, Choice, Darby, others WR - Welker, Lloyd, Colston, Collie, Garcon, Amendola, others
Got offered Hernandez and Felix for Best
I think Hernandez will be a stud for a long time, but I think that for Best too.
What do you think? Or go after another TE? I want to be able to trade one of my TEs packaged with a lesser RB or WR for a
No way would you do this. I'm not sure how many people you start at RB, but assuming you start 2 or 3, then you would be stuck with Moreno and the injury prone Mathews and Pierre Thomas. IMO, Best is your best RB. In all honesty, I'm not a fan of any of your RB's, but stick with Best. Cooley isn't all that bad. I don't think Hernandez is that much of an improvement over Cooley. Tier 1 TE's: Gates, Tamme, Davis, Zach Miller Tier 2 TE's: Tony Gonzalez, Cooley, Hernandez, Mercedes Lewis, Kellar. There really isn't much a difference between Cooley and Hernandez. And if you look at the tight end situation in NE, you never know which tight end is going to get the work. Last week Gronkowski got 3 TD's and Crumpler got some catches and Hernandez got no catches. I'd rather have Cooley than Hernandez because you know Cooley will play almost every down, whereas in New England they cycle between their TE's.