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Hernandez/SJax for DMC WHIR

Postby donkquixote » Mon Oct 22, 2012 4:22 pm

10 team league 1 QB/2 RB/2 WR/1 TE/1 Flex, standard(ish) scoring.

My roster is:

QB: Rodgers, Dalton
RB: Rice, Ridley, SJax, Mendenhall
WR: D. Thomas, Bowe, D. Moore, T. Smith
TE: Hernandez, Rudolph

I want to trade Hernandez and SJax for McFadden. Right now I only have 1 RB who is healthy and not facing declining touches right now. McFadden has been weak so far but his schedule is fantastic, while Jackson' s is really horrible and he probably won't start much for me. As far as Hernandez goes I don't think it's a big deal because I still have Rudolph and plenty of TEs available on waivers (Bennett, Finley, Pitta, Celek, etc.) What do you guys think?
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Re: Hernandez/SJax for DMC WHIR

Postby bandoogie » Mon Oct 22, 2012 4:42 pm

That's too much for McFadden. SJax+T. Smith/D. Moore/Rudolph
I believe once Hernandez is healthy, he'll be the better of the NE tight ends.
Are there any backs on the wire? What about Jennings?
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Re: Hernandez/SJax for DMC WHIR

Postby Zethos82 » Mon Oct 22, 2012 5:33 pm

I wouldn't do it. You are giving up too much with Hernandez.
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Re: Hernandez/SJax for DMC WHIR

Postby meh8653 » Tue Oct 23, 2012 10:33 am

If you can pull it off i do it i agre hernandez is the most talented guy on his team but there are a ton of mouths to feed especially now that they can run the ball rudolph is a redzone threat and a clear cut 2nd passing option dmc makes you better
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Re: Hernandez/SJax for DMC WHIR

Postby taylor14 » Tue Oct 23, 2012 12:42 pm

Imo you're trading hernandez for dmc in this one. Sjax is splitting carries and on the way down, but is good for depth. I still think you're giving up too much for DMC. He hasn't really been on track all year, but he has the chance to break out. Same for hernandez. I say don't do it and try to grab a rb on waivers.
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QB:Stafford, Roethlesberger
RB:Steven Jackson, T. Rich, Reggie Bush, Daryl Richardson, MJD
WR: Fitzgerald, V.Jackson, Greg Jennings, Jerome Simpson, H. Nicks
TE: Martellus Bennet, Brent Celek
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Re: Hernandez/SJax for DMC WHIR

Postby donkquixote » Tue Oct 23, 2012 3:10 pm

He won't do any trade without Hernandez, is there any other way I can work this? He's def willing to give up McFadden. I could also target Forte. Jennings is available on WW, but I'd like to go for a big upgrade if I can.
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Re: Hernandez/SJax for DMC WHIR

Postby AxCam24 » Tue Oct 23, 2012 3:13 pm

Definitely do it. Hernandez is a dicey TE with Gronk, Lloyd, Welker on the roster, he is very streaky. The difference in a Hernandez and a Rudolph/Keller is minimal, and I expect DMC to finish as a top 10 RB.

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Re: Hernandez/SJax for DMC WHIR

Postby skratchmo » Tue Oct 23, 2012 9:29 pm

I think I would go for it. You can get other servicable TE's from FA plus you have Rudolph already. McFadden has a soft schedule that could benefit him finally. Id go for it.
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