Looking at your remaining RBs Benson hasn't done much the last few weeks, Bradshaw is a good start most weeks and as mentioned LT's carries are getting scaled back but he's still a good start at his current level.
Remaining WRs: Roddy white would become a must start, Calvin Johnson also a must start at the moment, Nicks a top end player who tends to be boom or bust.
I agree more often than not you'd end up with a wr at the flex position, however given the quality of your wrs that isn't a problem.
I personally would jump on this. Jahvid Best is a non-factor hasn't scored more than 8 points since week 2. The loss of Ray Rice is bad, but LT is good and you have sufficient RBs to more than cover the rb slots. The 3 headed monster at wr and flex would make up for that loss in my eyes.
rmarnold5 wrote:Non PPR league. RB/WR flex position
Offered Roddy White and LT for Ray Rice and Jahvid Best.
Tempting because of how hot Roddy is but leaves me with not so great RBs. Also ensures I start a WR at the Flex position and we know they can be hit or miss.
12 Team, Non PPR Redraft, 1 QB, 2RB, 2WR, 1 RB/WR, 1 TE QB- Cutler, Roethlisberger RB- Rice, Benson, Best, Bradshaw WR-Calvin Johnson, Ochocinco, Nicks, M. Williams TE- A. Hernandez, V. Shiancoe K-Rackers DST-Giants
That's a tough one....I thin I'd stick with what you have. Because then you'd be forced to start either LT or Benson, and those guys have been pretty bad as of late. I think I'd rather go forward with Rice and Bradshaw as my RB tandem than LT and Bradshaw. I just think Rice is too valuable to trade away right now, and Best is finally getting healthy. Stick with what you have, but if you decide to take that deal, it's not a bad one either. That's one of the more even trades I've seen on this board. Definitely more difficult than the guy who asked "Should I accept Adrian Peterson for LeSean MCCoy and Moeaki?" lol.