That plus 15$ is silly! You don't get any value out of a keeper. Manning might be worth keeping for 23$. I think you might be able get the rest of them for similar or lower value than the keeper price. It's tough to say though what the values are in your league... Cobb is a solid pick too, probably a WR1 in a 12 team league with Jennings leaving.
I would lean towards taking Cobb. I see him as a low end WR1 with Jennings leaving. Another option is Manning, but there are plenty of options at QB that should come at a better price. I am not sold on Ridley either.
Agree with what has already been said. With Jennings leaving GB Cobb should be a solid play next year as a mid range wr1 or high end wr2. I like Manning as well but the position is rather deep and I think you won't have trouble getting him at a similar price (if not cheaper) once the draft starts.
Indibuck wrote:With the addition of Welker, Peyton has better weapons than ever before.... If he stays healthy, it's tough to see him finish worse than QB4 or so (depending on league scoring systems).
I would keep Manning and Cobb. I would also possibly keep Ridley if its a fair price for a low end RB1, depending on your previous auction values.
Not too familiar with auctions but this sounds about right. Would give you a top 4 QB and a WR1 and RB1 for $63 which is a good foundation. I agree with the +$15 seeming a little steep though, you really have to get a stud for under $5 to make it an advantage in the previous year. You are getting decent price on the guys you would be keeping but its not that much below market, keepers should reward savvy owner with a little more of an advantage than your league allows
Yeah, I missed the part where you can only keep one.
I think you have the correct two guys that you are considering... I would lock up Peyton and go from there, especially if other owners are hot for him... Worst case, he is a trading piece for your roster.