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Postby winningallthesports » Mon Nov 12, 2012 1:35 pm

I'm looking to trade one of my receivers away for an upgrade at TE/QB. Which of these three has the most value heading towards the end of the season: Brian Hartline, Torrey Smith, or Mike Williams? Hartline gets much more targets than the other two, but Baltimore and Tampas offenses are much more dangerous and consistent.
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Re: Long-Term WR Value...WHIR

Postby winningallthesports » Tue Nov 13, 2012 5:54 pm

Trade offer just came in: i give up Andy Dalton, Brian Hartline, and Danny Woodhead for Felix Jones and Rashard Mendenhall. I'm pretty deep at receiver but should I try to sub in Williams or Torrey Smith instead of Hartline?
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Re: Long-Term WR Value...WHIR

Postby twakeman » Tue Nov 13, 2012 6:40 pm

Thanks for the help on mine. Not knowing the rest of your lineup, it's hard to say whether the trade you were offered is good or not. However, if you can land Torrey Smith, I would. He's a much better WR than Hartline or Williams.
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Postby Mean One » Tue Nov 13, 2012 7:04 pm

winningallthesports wrote:Trade offer just came in: i give up Andy Dalton, Brian Hartline, and Danny Woodhead for Felix Jones and Rashard Mendenhall. I'm pretty deep at receiver but should I try to sub in Williams or Torrey Smith instead of Hartline?


That offer does very little for you now and in the future. :-t If this is a keeper league I would stick with Dalton for sure. Pass on that latest deal.
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Re: Long-Term WR Value...WHIR

Postby Mean One » Tue Nov 13, 2012 7:06 pm

winningallthesports wrote:I'm looking to trade one of my receivers away for an upgrade at TE/QB. Which of these three has the most value heading towards the end of the season: Brian Hartline, Torrey Smith, or Mike Williams? Hartline gets much more targets than the other two, but Baltimore and Tampas offenses are much more dangerous and consistent.


Torrey Smith


Brian Hartline
Mike Williams
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Re: Long-Term WR Value...WHIR

Postby winningallthesports » Tue Nov 13, 2012 8:10 pm

River is my other QB whos been lackluster but hes got OK matchups in the playoffs, and its NOT a keeper league so I dont have too many qualms about giving away either QB. my other WRS are Reggie Wayne and Demaryius Thomas so I still have those guys to start every week; all my other WRs have been flex plays. of the 3 WRs in question I think Hartline definitely has the easier schedule but I agree Torrey Smith is the most talented.
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Re: Long-Term WR Value...WHIR

Postby Chrismann » Thu Nov 15, 2012 4:56 pm

I agree, Hartline has the easier schedule (and more targets) while Torrey is more talented. So I guess that leaves Mike Williams out? Tough because he's strung together a good few weeks.
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