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Re: Steven Jackson ROS WHIR 100%

Postby TugzMcBoat » Tue Oct 04, 2011 11:58 pm

[quote="ATLbraves"If I offer Miles Austin for Felix straight up, do you think that would be giving up too much?[/quote]

YES! would not make that trade,

Austin straight up for Wells though would be good, I'd start with that
10 team standard- passing TD's = 6pts
QB: Stafford
RB: R. Matthews, A. Bradshaw, I. Redmann, B. Tate, CJ Spiller,
WR: G. Jennings, A. Johnson, E. Decker, T. Smith, K. Britt, M. Crabtree
TE: J. Tamme
DEF: Philly
start 1QB 2RB 3WR 1TE 1DEF 1K
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Re: Steven Jackson ROS WHIR 100%

Postby Weasel_King » Tue Oct 04, 2011 11:59 pm

ATLbraves wrote:
Weasel_King wrote:I think that I would go after Wells, think he is going to end up having a great year. Could try offering Austin straight up for Wells and see what he counters with. I also think that Felix is someone good to target as well from that list.

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If I offer Miles Austin for Felix straight up, do you think that would be giving up too much?


I'm actually in kinda similar situation, could you post your whole roster? I think though that would be offering a little too much though would be my initial reaction. Would for sure try to trade Austin for Wells first
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Re: Steven Jackson ROS WHIR 100%

Postby ATLbraves » Wed Oct 05, 2011 12:03 am

Yeah sorry, should have already posted my roster.

Starting Roster:
QB - Matt Ryan
WR - Roddy White
WR - Greg Jennings
WR - Mike Williams (TB)
RB - LeGarette Blount
RB - Daniel Thomas
TE - Jason Witten
WR/RB/TE - Stevie Johnson

Bench:
Knowshon Moreno
(Den - RB)
DeAngelo Williams
(Car - RB)
Johnny Knox
(Chi - WR)
Miles Austin
(Dal - WR)
Marshawn Lynch
(Sea - RB)


I could potentially trade Miles Austin for Ryan Mathews, should I propose that deal?
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Re: Steven Jackson ROS WHIR 100%

Postby Weasel_King » Wed Oct 05, 2011 12:12 am

Think I would go ahead and offer the Mathews for Austin deal, thinking Mathews will be borderline #1 RB by end of the year and should outproduce Austin (since you have that Flex for a RB position isn't important). Could also potentially try either Johnson/Williams + someone he is interested in on your bench for Felix.
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Re: Steven Jackson ROS WHIR 100%

Postby johnhoefer » Wed Oct 05, 2011 12:15 am

ATLbraves wrote:
Weasel_King wrote:I think that I would go after Wells, think he is going to end up having a great year. Could try offering Austin straight up for Wells and see what he counters with. I also think that Felix is someone good to target as well from that list.

Help out on mine?
viewtopic.php?f=18&t=501722

If I offer Miles Austin for Felix straight up, do you think that would be giving up too much?


That would be giving up waaaay to much. Offer him Williams for Felix. Keep Johnson and Austin on your roster for sure. Those guys are money.

I would target Felix Jones. As a F. Jones owner I am a bit frustrated but have faith. Dallas is capable of getting up on teams in the first half, and they are going to have to learn to keep it our of Romo's hands in the second half. Jones will be good this year and you won't have to pay too high for him.

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Re: Steven Jackson ROS WHIR 100%

Postby dorourke » Wed Oct 05, 2011 12:23 am

with regards to your RBs, i think targeting the following order would be best:

sjax, hillis, benson, beanie, felix, greene, tolbert.

the first two (sjax and hillis) are focal points of the offense. either their runs are opening up the passing game or they're catching check downs. benson and beanie are both guys that are the only ones in the backfield (barring a suspension) so (although beanie had a great week, it won't be normal) they will get their touches. Felix has tremendous upside obviously, but is dealing with an ongoing shoulder injury. I want to love greene, but he's looked terrible and so has his offensive line. And as much as i hate ryan matthews, he's gonna be the guy in SD cause norv drafted him to be the guy.

i honestly think williams and s. johnson are the most similar wrs as you can get. similar skill sets on similar teams so i think it'd be preferential. i hope the trade helps you out brother.
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Re: Steven Jackson ROS WHIR 100%

Postby prophecy135 » Wed Oct 05, 2011 1:22 am

If you can contend this year, I think SJax is the one to target. I'm not too familiar with keepers, but I think you keep Miles and Stevie at this point unless its a great RB that's going to get you value not only this year but the next. I really like Mathews and I think he's one I may offer Miles for. Stevie in the 9th I think is a much better value then Williams in the 11th.
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Re: Steven Jackson ROS WHIR 100%

Postby Balcatim » Wed Oct 05, 2011 1:24 am

I think Austin for Felix is too much, but I agree try to target Beanie. I'd offer Austin straight up and see what happens.
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