I see what everyone is saying with Washington but he is a bench player after all. I wouldn't start him over Fitz nor VJack. And I would still have Santonio, Percy, and Mike Williams on the bench. Am I overrating Fred? Why should his production decline?
ESPN, 8-Team League
QB Tom Brady, NE QB RB LeSean McCoy, Phi RB RB Darren McFadden, Oak RB RB/WR Fred Jackson, Buf RB WR Calvin Johnson, Det WR WR Steve Smith, Car WR TE Jason Witten, Dal TE D/ST Ravens, Bal D/ST K John Kasay, NO K
SF2313 wrote:I see what everyone is saying with Washington but he is a bench player after all. I wouldn't start him over Fitz nor VJack. And I would still have Santonio, Percy, and Mike Williams on the bench. Am I overrating Fred? Why should his production decline?
If you feel strongly that Washington will rarely see the starting lineup then definitely trade him away
If we're talking about TB's Mike Williams, then I would definitely do this trade. Washington is the HOT pickup this week, but he really hasn't proven himself to be that #1. Granted, I'd take a chance on him, but to give him up for Williams & Jackson... it's kind of a no brainer to me
I like this trade because, while you may be overpaying for Jackson, you would likely never start Washington over VJax or Fitz. So if you had McCoy, DMac, Jackson, Fitz, and VJax, . . . that's a scary starting lineup.
I don't like the fact that it reduces your depth, because you know SOMEBODY is prolly going to get injured somewhere along the line, and weakens you for bye weeks (Washington might be a better fill in for a bye RB at flec than one of your bench RBs.
Tossup. I would look at your player's byes before doing the deal
Thanks for the feed back on mime. I agree with the mass stick with your line up...its a long season and Jackson ins hot now...I still like Turner to have a strong season.
QB Romo & Cutler; RB: R Grant, R Mathews, F Jones, F Jackson. M Tolbert. & C Williams; WR/TE used as same: G Jennings, A Gates, M Austin, S Holmes, D Keller; Kicker: M Crosby. TD League-bonus-100 yds rushing, receiving, & 300 yard passing.