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Postby DudeLaw » Sat Oct 02, 2004 4:48 pm

Hey guys,

I have both Crumpler and Eric Johnson on my team. Who would you rather have for the rest of the season. The reason I ask is because I might deal one of them for a WR upgrade. Is Eric Johnson good enough and the 9ers bad enough to make Eric Johnson more valuable than Vick's primary target? THANKS!!!

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Postby kanezfan11 » Sat Oct 02, 2004 4:51 pm

I'd rather have Crumpler by far, but he's the one I'd probably deal for a WR. If you look at it as TEs other than Gonzo won't really score TDs on a regular basis, that'd leave all the remaining TEs with pretty much an average of 3-5 points per game.

The only reason I'd deal Crump is 'cause his value is more and you'll get a better WR for him.
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Postby core » Sat Oct 02, 2004 6:32 pm

Ditto.

I like Crump, but by dealing him, you'll get a more intriguing deal.

EJ should a solid season...hopefully, since he's my starter.
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Postby the original texan » Sat Oct 02, 2004 6:41 pm

overall, Crumpler is better, but now that Tim Ratty has taken over as Qb, Johnson will get a lot of looks like he did last time Rattay was in. Eric was Rattay's main target and im guessing he will be in this game too. I picked him up.
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Postby mad benjamin » Sat Oct 02, 2004 6:52 pm

If you break it down into the season as a whole between the two, Crumpler will probably be good for about 60 catches, 600 yds and 5 TDs, while Johnson will probably be good for 50-55, 450 yds and a couple TDs. Both are nice options in a TE-stud starved league. The difference between the two will probably not be enough to harm your team significantly should you trade away Crumpler, especially if you can bring in a better WR for it.

I'd done trades in the past bringing in TEs like Sharpe and Shockey and throwing them in a deal is almost a guarantee that something will get done as people seek to get a stud at a position, especially if they have the WRs to spare.
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Postby GMoney » Sat Oct 02, 2004 7:49 pm

450 and a couple of TDs? maybe by week 8!

the man already has 18 - 185 - and a TD after 3 weeks. no reason he wont keep doing that all year.
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