Julio is on a bye and I am thinking of choosing one of these three WR's. Lockett and Givens are potential big hits. Matthews is always up and down.
12 team 1 point ppr
7-2 in 1st with a mighty healthy 200 point lead over spots 2-6
So basically my squad is super-stacked this year, I've gotten 220+ two times this year, averaging over 155 per game...but I've had a revolving door of TEs.
So is it worth it getting Olsen or Barnidge, and losing Lamar Miller to do it? Or just ride out with my roster as is?
QB Brees / Palmer
RB Gurley / Ivory / Miller / Langford
WR Brown / Jeffery / Landry / Robinson / Lafell / Crowder
TE Ebron / Tamme
This league starts 1 QB, 2 WR, 2 RB, 1 TE, 1 W/R, 1 W/R/T, 1 DEF, 1 K
I usually only start 2 RBs every week, so I "could" lose Miller, but at the same time I'm thinking I probably shouldn't lose the depth or the like 20+ potential of Miller... Just to get a more consistent TE. With the 3 solid RBs I can afford to play matchups, and still field a studly starting group.
for me its Williams, for the simple fact that even when Shady is in, Karlos still gets the touches & some GL carries.
Starks / Lacy mix is just hard to predict. But I do think GB has to say enough is enough, if Lacy cannot get it going this week vs DET. They are in the playoff hunt & cannot afford to have him lower than average.
Should I trade Alshon Jeffrey and Brandon LaFell for Gurley? He also offered Williams and Hurns (both hurt) for Alshon straight up.
Which trade is better? Should I pull the trigger on either? or keep Alshon? Check out my lineup below.
10-team Standard Scoring; All TD's 6 points; QB; 2RB; FLX; 2WR; TE; K; DEF
QB: Andy Dalton
RB: Eddie Lacy, Gio Bernard, Antonio Andrews, Christine Michaels, C.J. Anderson
WR: Alshon Jeffrey, Odell Beckham Jr., Antonio Brown, Brandon LaFell, Davante Adams
TE: Gary Barnidge
K: Brandon McManus
6-3 here is my Roster...sucking at RB only other on the WW are J.White, D.McCluster, B.Powell
WR3-B.Lafell or M.Bryant (please pick 1)
that may be true, but his HUGE value has already happened. his average is steadily dropping over the past few weeks.
I guess the first question would be the # of teams that make the playoffs. If its 4 teams, you might be better off making the deal. I am never one to give up on a season if there is still a legit chance. A lot with this decision to give up depends on your remaining schedule and who is on your team.
Kamar will be a WR2/3 at best but is not really a guy you can rely on week to week.