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  1. Thanks for the help on mine. I really think you need to bite the bullet and go full tear down, which means shipping out Zeke, Henry, and possibly Green for maximum 2021 and 2022 picks in return. Don't just settle, really hold out for some excellent value in return and don't be afraid to start a bidding war (and maybe even publicize it to the rest of the league). I also agree with shopping Cooks. This isn't a one year turnaround situation, so you're going to have to be patient and active. If Engram starts out the year hot, I also wouldn't be afraid to field offers for him too.
  2. 12-team, 1 PPR, Superflex dynasty league (not the one in my signature). Should I do this trade?: I give: Dalvin Cook + Tua Tagovailoa I get: Deshaun Watson + 2021 1st round pick + Ke'Shawn Vaughn + Ronald Jones II Current QBs: Russell Wilson, Ryan Tannehill, Tua Tagovailoa, Andy Dalton, and Anthony Gordon Current RBs: Dalvin Cook, Phillip Lindsay, Zack Moss, Duke Johnson, Jalen Richard, Alexander Mattison, and James Robinson As always, post a link to your question at the end of your response and I’ll return the favor. A lengthier, more supported an
  3. I'd absolutely make this trade. Aaron Jones is a pretty massive upgrade from Montgomery, and you've already got the TE1 locked into your team. It might suck for one week during Kelce's bye, but this is exactly the kind of trade you're hoping to make when you strike gold with a flyer TE. Help?
  4. I'd personally rather roll with Hill ROS in your format. I think Ekeler has earned a much larger role for himself vs. last year, which is going to really limit Gordon's upside. I expect Mahomes and Hill to pick up exactly where they left off last year. Put differently, I'd much rather roll into the playoffs starting Julio Jones/Tyreek Hill/Tyler Lockett/Robert Woods/Josh Jacobs. Help?
  5. I wouldn't waste that waiver position on Herndon, even with your TE situation. He's mostly a theory at this point, and we still don't even know when Darnold and his spleen are going to be able to return to game action. Stand pat. Help?
  6. You need to get a new TE ASAP. With those four options to start at flex, I think it's definitely more of a reason to pull the trigger and trade for Zeke.
  7. I'd rather have Breida than Penny, but I don't think I would drop either for anyone you listed above. You're too deep at WR and I like Penny's prospects more than Samuels's. I really don't like the idea of rostering both Breida and Coleman, so I would probably pass on that too. You're better off just sticking with one SF RB, and I think Breida will have consistent value. Help?
  8. I'd take this deal. You're definitely giving up a lot for Zeke, but I don't think you're likely to have an opportunity to get him again. This seems to me like a mild panic trade from the Elliott owner after the Saints game. Even though I'm not overly concerned about Carson losing his job, the Jamaal Williams annoyance will be back upon us shortly, and at the end of the day you can't pass up pairing Kamara and Zeke for the stretch run Just curious, who would be replacing Carson/Jones in your flex spot every week going forward? Help?
  9. I would not make this deal, you're giving up a ton of value. We're too early in the season for you to be concerned about rostering one more good running back than you can play in any given week, particularly as we enter the major bye weeks. Your WR group as it stands is good enough for you to weather the storm without Adams for a bit. Unless you get an offer for a WR a tier above Thielen for Conner, I would stand pat. Help?
  10. Hard to give you a solid answer without seeing your full roster, but in a vacuum I like Boyd more ROS. It's really hard to put any kind of faith in the Bears figuring out their offensive attack. The Bengals haven't looked great either, but I think most weeks Boyd should provide you with a pretty solid floor in 0.5 with a good mix of upside (particularly this week against AZ). Help?
  11. I like Carson slightly more ROS, even with the earlier fumbling issues. Kerryon has a pretty brutal schedule coming up after his bye (MIN 2x, CHI 2x, and DAL). Carson has also been seeing more targets in the passing game. It's definitely a close call, but I'd stick with Carson. Help?
  12. I don't think this is really close. Dissly isn't going to keep scoring TDs every week, while Kittle can and will have major value even if he doesn't find the endzone. Kittle has also already had his bye week, which is incredible valuable. Dissly is a nice story, but he's not an elite TE option yet. Help?
  13. If your waiver wire doesn't reset, such that you can keep the #1 waiver wire slot until you really need it, then I would do that. If it's a use it or lose it WW position, then I would first do Cook for Graham, and then do Allen for Murray. I wouldn't put in a waiver claim for either a D/ST or a K, so that you can at least start building up some waiver priority after your initial claims process. Then once everyone who becomes a FA is available, I'd drop the Steelers for the Panthers. I honestly don't have a kicker preference other than getting rid of Zane. Help?
  14. Scratch that, most recent update said that Mack looks likely to go on Sunday against KC and that he was medically cleared to return in their game, but they held him out for precautionary reasons.
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