TruNinerFan wrote:It's not bad offer, but I dont think the trade helps your team. Your biggest weakness is rb. I would shop graham around for rb help.
I agree RB is a need.....but I doubt I get a better offer then this, he doesn't have any RB available (Gore) doubt he moves him to me.
Remember I can only keep 10 guys from that offseason roster, Peterson will be kept and probably punt away the rest of the RBs. The NFL is basically a passing league now anyways. With Fitzgerald Jennings Bowe Harvin Britt And Julio Jones I am set at WR.
The thing I notice is you already have 4 stud WRs and only 2 legit scoring RBs, if I felt compelled to move Graham I'd try to find someone willing to deal a RB.
You can start both TEs on a weekly basis in this setup, plus Graham gives you injury insurance/bye week help, so again I wouldn't feel so compelled to move him especially if it was a PPR.
Since I project your keepers as
Stafford AP Greene Starks/Tate Fitzy Harvin Julio Britt Gronkowski Graham
The trade nets you Jennings/Bowe/3rd for Graham/Britt (or Starks/Tate). I'm high on Britt despite the knee injury, so I'd have a hard time dropping him back into the pool, and you end up even weaker at RB if you dump the 3rd RB. Not much is gonna be there in essentially the 11th round+
murphysxm wrote:In a format that allows me to start both Gronk and Graham, I'm not moving either one of them unless I am blown away with an offer. I am not blown away.
You have a HUGE advantage over the rest of the league at TE, and as such, you can deal from a position of strength. Both TEs produce like WR1s.
And I agree with the others that RB is your weakness, not WR. I would float some offers for either Gronk or Graham and see if you can pick up a solid RB1. Otherwise I would hold tight and see what I could develop at RB through the draft/WW.