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Britt's long term value

Postby mikemar » Thu Sep 29, 2011 10:28 am

Do you see Kenny Britt coming back strong next year and going forward, even w/ questionable QB situations.

In a dynasty league and could get him for 3-5 years

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Re: Britt's long term value

Postby bobofett1110 » Thu Sep 29, 2011 10:32 am

Due to his off the field problems and QB questions next year with Locker looming over Hasselbeck, its hard to see if he comes back strong or not.

My gut feeling says yes, but its too early to tell.
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Re: Britt's long term value

Postby mikemar » Thu Sep 29, 2011 10:33 am

bobofett1110 wrote:Due to his off the field problems and QB questions next year with Locker looming over Hasselbeck, its hard to see if he comes back strong or not.

My gut feeling says yes, but its too early to tell.


Yeah I can see it either way, problem is I need to decide now. Bidding war on him going on and trying to gauge how high I should go and for how many years.
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Re: Britt's long term value

Postby bobofett1110 » Thu Sep 29, 2011 10:44 am

mikemar wrote:
bobofett1110 wrote:Due to his off the field problems and QB questions next year with Locker looming over Hasselbeck, its hard to see if he comes back strong or not.

My gut feeling says yes, but its too early to tell.


Yeah I can see it either way, problem is I need to decide now. Bidding war on him going on and trying to gauge how high I should go and for how many years.


Then its just how much do you want to spend. IMO he still isnt a top 10 receiver next year, so not worth blowing everything on.
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