43joe34 wrote:I am in a 10 team leauge with some friends and the roster settings have to all be the same so everyone has 2 QBs 3 RBs 5 WRs 2 TEs 2 DEFs and 2 Ks
Then we all start 1 QB 2 RBs 3 WRs 1 TE 1 def and 1 K
Right now my starters are
QB- Tony romo (Dal)
RB- Chris Johnson (Ten) and Felix jones (Dal)
Wr- Vincent Jackson (SD), Brandon marshal (Mia) and santonio Holmes (nyj)
TE- Jimmy graham (NO)
K- Alex henery (Phi)
QB- Donovan McNabb (Min)
RB- jahvid best (Det)
WR- mike Thomas (Jac) michael crabtree (sf)
TE- Heath miller (pit)
K- Ryan longwell
Is Felix a good start because I'm also starting romo?
Should I drop crabtree for a wavier like Antonio brown (pit)?
could I trade Philly def and say one of my TEs for a better TE and a lesser def?
Or should I trade Philly and Felix for a better option at RB and a lesser def
Any other advice would be greatly aretiated. Thanks!
Good looking team here, and Yes starting Felix/Romo would be more consistent than starting Romo/Austin (or another reciever from Dallas). You should get steady overall total points from both of them combined (If dallas can't pass, they will run, vice versa).
I do not like Crabtree, he is a skilled player with a decent ceiling but little experience and he seems all about the money with poor work ethics or injuries from what little I know about him, and his QB remains a question mark, so yes drop him for almost anyone you can find that seems a better fit. I doubt anyone would take a DEF with another player for trade (perhaps try Crabtree instead of DEF??). Trading has always been difficult for me, so good luck with that, but don't hold your breath and if there is someone on the waiver wire that looks tempting, you might go ahead and grab him instead of wasting perhaps a week or more trying different trade strategies that may end up not working.
It's too bad you have to have 2 DEF's and 2 Kickers, seems a bit unnecessary to me....but u gotta do what u gotta do. But if it's OK to drop them now that the draft is over, do so!!