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Eli and Jimmy Graham for McCoy?

Postby pangbones » Tue Aug 28, 2012 11:34 pm

I'd be giving up Eli, Graham, and Leshoure for McCoy, Gresham, and K Moreno. We can start 2 QBs in this league. I'd be left with Flacco and Locker. 4 pts pass td, 6 pt all other td. .5 ppr everything else is pretty standard. What do u think?

QB - Eli
RB - Mathews,R Bush
WR - Jennings, Harvin, S Smith
TE - Graham
Flex - Flacco
K - Hartley
Def - New England

Bench - Locker, Royster, Redman, A Morris, K Smith, Leshoure, S Moss, K Hunter

12 team league.
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Re: Eli and Jimmy Graham for McCoy?

Postby WastelandENT » Tue Aug 28, 2012 11:46 pm

I feel like you're giving up way too much here, I really REALLY like McCoy and I have him in most of my leagues but I think you're losing a lot here. Locker is not going to replace Eli's production and Gresham won't replace Graham's production. You would be gaining production from the RB spot but would be losing A LOT at TE and you would be losing a significant amount at QB also. I just think you would be giving up a little bit too much, maybe if you could do the same package but replace Eli with one of your other RB's or WR's?
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Re: Eli and Jimmy Graham for McCoy?

Postby pangbones » Wed Aug 29, 2012 12:18 am

I was thinking the same thing. He needs a QB, so that won't do it. It is a keeper league too, that is the only reason I'm even considering it. But my initial thoughts were no way. Thanks for the response.
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