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How much should I trust Sudfeld?

Postby bradleyk » Wed Aug 28, 2013 12:15 am

In one league I'm in, Sudfeld is my only TE. Normally, I don't like having a second TE, but he's a very unproven commodity. 1) How bad is it if he's my only TE for the rest of the season and 2) Is it worth dropping Christine Michael for Jermaine Gresham, Ryan Otten, Tyler Eifert, or Julius Thomas? Those appear to be the best guys on waiver wire.
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Postby Acrobat » Wed Aug 28, 2013 6:12 am

I think it ask depends on how the rest of your roster looks. I'm in the same boat as you. I waited on a TE in my draft because there way too many strong WR and RB available, so it was worth the risk.



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Re: How much should I trust Sudfeld?

Postby mfbball04 » Wed Aug 28, 2013 7:46 am

I think you should be fine, who knows how long Gronk will be out and Patriots run a 2 TE set a lot of the time. Give it time and see how it pans out. Dont panic now and just wait on a breakout TE off the waiver wire. You have time thats for sure.


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