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Trade help- dynasty league

Postby dblj9911 » Wed Sep 28, 2011 11:02 am

I'm in a 10 team league and need help at my #2 rb spot, it is killing me! We are in a dynasty league, keep entire roster, 25 man roster, have a 3 rd rookie / free agent draft, 6pts all tds, 1ppr, we start 1 qb, 2rb, 3wr, 1 te, 1k, 2 idp. I have an offer on the table right now of my Stevie Johnson, D. Williams and my 2nd rd draft pick for his Bradshaw, Manningham and his 1st rd pick. Bradshaw helps me now and I would then have my first and his first round picks next year. Or do I go after Blount, his owner is in the need of a bunch of help and needs to rebuild, I would offer Colston and Daniels for him. Any thoughts? My roster is below. WHIR

QB- Ryan, Eli, Flynn
WR- Calvin, Fitz, Stevie, Colston, M. Thomas, Decker, S. Rice, J. Nelson
RB- AP, Dwill, Benson, Green-Ellis, Starks, M. Bush, Hardesty
TE- Gronk, Dallas Clark, Daniels
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Re: Trade help- dynasty league

Postby ramble2 » Wed Sep 28, 2011 3:33 pm

I would look into getting Blount first. But don't waste too much time. I like that other trade for you too, though I'm not a huge Manningham fan. You may end up finding that your WR3 ends up killing you! Depends a bit on how valuable draft picks are. It would be nice to have an extra 1st round pick.

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Re: Trade help- dynasty league

Postby srlarson » Wed Sep 28, 2011 4:09 pm

I'd do both Trades......Stacking Picks in Next years draft is a good thing.....lots of QB's coming out.....so will make for deep....and both will help and allow you to upgrade draft positions for next year!!
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Re: Trade help- dynasty league

Postby Drift Monkey » Wed Sep 28, 2011 4:55 pm

I'd try the Blount trade first. Capitalize on his rebuilding.
Week 13

QB - Tim Tebow
WR - Hakeem Nicks
WR - Dez Bryant
RB - Ray Rice
RB - Ryan Mathews
TE - Jermichael Finley
W/R/T - Vincent Jackson
BN - Tony Romo
BN - Julio Jones
BN - Roy Helu
BN - Ben Tate
BN - Kevin Smith
K - Mason Crosby
D - Houston
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Re: Trade help- dynasty league

Postby pommona22 » Wed Sep 28, 2011 8:22 pm

Agree both help your team out in the long run, go blount first but if that fails your other offer is solid i think manningham will have a much better later season as well
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Re: Trade help- dynasty league

Postby schmidty » Thu Sep 29, 2011 2:20 am

Both deals sound pretty good to me. RB appears to be the weakest position for you, and the deals gives you a great trio of AP, Bradshaw, and Blount. WR remains good with Megatron, Fitz, Manningham, MThomas, Decker ... despite losing the most talent here, that seems quite a competitive group. And it makes perfect sense to move one of those guys at TE. So your team gets better for this year, PLUS you improve on next year's draft status. What's not to like?
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