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Just traded for Rodgers, how am I sitting now? **WHIR 100%**

Postby erjohnson1 » Mon Aug 26, 2013 6:57 pm

Here is my team:

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This is a 10 team standard 0.5 PPR league. Had to give up some depth to acquire Rodgers in a trade, but I really like the move for my team (it was my Russel Wilson and Stevan Ridley for his Rodgers). What do you guys think? Am I lacking depth anywhere? Any trades I should look at making? Leave a link and I'll return the favor.
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Re: Just traded for Rodgers, how am I sitting now? **WHIR 10

Postby RC7112 » Mon Aug 26, 2013 11:20 pm

Has to be a top 3 team IMO - the kicker being Forte and Charles in a .05 PPR...obviously losing ridley hurts depth some, but assuming your roster stays relatively healthy you're in great shape. I like richardson a lot, think he has a breakout year. I don't think this was a necessary trade but you're starting lineup definitely improved. I wouldn't make any other changes until the season starts.

erjohnson1 wrote:Here is my team:

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This is a 10 team standard 0.5 PPR league. Had to give up some depth to acquire Rodgers in a trade, but I really like the move for my team (it was my Russel Wilson and Stevan Ridley for his Rodgers). What do you guys think? Am I lacking depth anywhere? Any trades I should look at making? Leave a link and I'll return the favor.
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Re: Just traded for Rodgers, how am I sitting now? **WHIR 10

Postby MPappadato » Tue Aug 27, 2013 1:09 pm

Great trade. Always consolidated talent in a 10 team league. Losing Ridley hurts, but you've got plenty of top RBs to take his place. You did lose that depth though, so keep an eye out for the inevitable beneficiary of an injury.

I think you're a playoff lock, assuming no bad luck. Just keep an eye out for minor tweaks via waivers and let the deals come to you- you're in a position of strength, so don't deal just to deal. Good luck!

If you'd like to help with mine, it'd be appreciated.
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Thanks!
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Re: Just traded for Rodgers, how am I sitting now? **WHIR 10

Postby BearsSox » Tue Aug 27, 2013 5:00 pm

Wow I really like your team can't go wrong in a ppr with Charles & Forte.

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Re: Just traded for Rodgers, how am I sitting now? **WHIR 10

Postby goose in my step » Tue Aug 27, 2013 5:07 pm

good trade. u got the best player from the deal and had the RB depth to let go of ridley. def improved your starting roster
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