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GRONK AND CALVIN JOHNSON trade WHIR

Postby DC5SB » Mon Aug 27, 2012 10:10 pm

Guy wants to trade me his Gronk+AP for my Calvin Johnson. Or Kyle Rudolph+AP for Steven Jackson.

Pull the trigger or try and trade for someone else?

WHIR

Start 1qb/1rb/2wr/1te/1wrte flex/k/d/dl/db, non-ppr, 6pt passing td, otherwise standard yahoo scoring

Lineup:

QB - Matt Ryan
RB - Chris Johnson
RB - Jamaal Charles
WR - Calvin Johnson
WR - Brandon Marshall
TE - Jacob Tamme
WR/TE - Brandon Lloyd
K - Mike Nugent
D - Demarcus Ware
DB - Brandon Carr
DL - Cliff Avril

BENCH:
Steven Jackson
Willis McGhee
Doug Martin
Rashad Jennings
Ryan Williams
David Wilson
Demariyus Thomas
DHB
Malcolm Floyd
Kendall Wright
RG3
Jake Locker
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Re: GRONK AND CALVIN JOHNSON trade WHIR

Postby DC5SB » Tue Aug 28, 2012 8:28 am

bump
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Re: GRONK AND CALVIN JOHNSON trade WHIR

Postby speared1000 » Tue Aug 28, 2012 9:56 am

I like the second one. AP+Rudolf for Jackson
Reason being Gronk, while still a huge beast is coming off the ankle injury from last season, he's a primary target for defenses, and there is so much depth now with Welker, Lloyd, Hernandez (now under contract for 5 years). His numbers wont be the same, Megatron has way, way more potential.

As for the second trade. Jackson, while still good, can be beat by Adrian Peterson when AP's healthy which he looks like. As well Rudolf is a young quick TE that will be starting, with Christain Ponder only in his second year as a starter he will be looking to Rudolf.

Upside feels like AP+Rudolf for Jackson hope this helped. Let me know what you think of my draft?
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Re: GRONK AND CALVIN JOHNSON trade WHIR

Postby huyster1 » Tue Aug 28, 2012 1:12 pm

Agreed. AP over Jackson. Rudolph is a freebie.
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Re: GRONK AND CALVIN JOHNSON trade WHIR

Postby DC5SB » Tue Aug 28, 2012 8:36 pm

thank you. Might do it. just really concerned with his health.
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Re: GRONK AND CALVIN JOHNSON trade WHIR

Postby BoltSpeedman » Tue Aug 28, 2012 8:49 pm

Your team is so deep I would look elsewhere and shop charles and/or steven jackson in a package deal to get a top RB like mccoy foster or rice...your ridiculously deep at RB and I like you WR's as well


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Re: GRONK AND CALVIN JOHNSON trade WHIR

Postby drhanl » Tue Aug 28, 2012 8:58 pm

I would do the deal for SJax easily. But, I would not trade away Gronk for AP. He's being drafted ahead of AP, and the drop down to Tamme is huge.

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Re: GRONK AND CALVIN JOHNSON trade WHIR

Postby wickerkat » Tue Aug 28, 2012 9:22 pm

those offers feel like a wash or less. you are super deep at rb. keep calvin but work to trade a lesser wr/rb for gronk and/or ap.

Help with mine, please?
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