Fantasy Football 2012

Re: Fantasy Football 2012

Postby WheelsFellOff » Tue Oct 23, 2012 4:28 pm

c, a if you feel you gotta do something just to do something.
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Re: Fantasy Football 2012

Postby CalvinBall » Wed Oct 24, 2012 2:26 pm

im in first place in my league. was offered this trade.

get: chris johnson and greg jenning/steve smith

give: alfred morris and hakeem nicks

thoughts?
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Re: Fantasy Football 2012

Postby WheelsFellOff » Wed Oct 24, 2012 3:24 pm

Why trade Nicks now when it looks like he's almost healthy? Don't really see the benefit for you in that deal mang
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Re: Fantasy Football 2012

Postby CalvinBall » Wed Oct 24, 2012 3:35 pm

Yeah. Agree. The only tempting thing is Chris Johnson. Could be awesome from here on out or bad. Seems like shannahan is sticking with Morris too.
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Re: Fantasy Football 2012

Postby WheelsFellOff » Wed Oct 24, 2012 3:53 pm

Morris is probably as safe as a back can be in a shanahahahan system, he's really benefiting from all the option play the offense is doing too. Wouldn't hitch up to him in a keeper league, but he definitely seems safer than CJ this season. Johnson's line is still horrible and his production will continue to be erratic at best.
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Postby Silence Sarge » Thu Oct 25, 2012 8:05 am

I've been set up with a big offer in my 10 team league:

I give up: Victor Cruz and AJ Green

I get: RGIII and any non-Adrian Peterson player on his roster. My choices would basically be between Megatron, Ahmad Bradshaw and Ryan Matthews.

My current roster is this:

QB: Rivers, Cutler
WR: AJ, Cruz, Dez, VJax, Britt
RB: DMC, Sproles, Mendenhall, Stephens-Howling
TE: Jimmy Graham, Dustin Keller

I'm sitting at 4-3 and in 4th place right now with only 4 teams making the playoffs. I feel like I have to do this right? Which of the others should I take?
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Re: Fantasy Football 2012

Postby Bill McNeal » Thu Oct 25, 2012 8:47 am

I probably wouldn't take that deal. I have aj green and Cruz in one of my leagues as well and I'd need a stud RB plus to do that deal. Green and Cruz are like consistent 20 points / week. Rg3 has been good, but you might be buying high on him. Rookie QB in the second half of the season, that just seems like it could be trouble.
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Re: Fantasy Football 2012

Postby WheelsFellOff » Thu Oct 25, 2012 9:49 am

He wants you to take Johnson becuase he's tired of how inconsistent he's been, Ditto with Bradshaw and the injury risk. He's also betting RGIII's production is going to start tailing off as the skins play more in division games. If you took the deal you'd almost have to take Megatron as your WR core would be pretty thin, this doesn't make you better in either WR or RB though so you would need RGIII to be about a 15-20 upgrade over Rivers to be worthwhile. I don't see that, so while the deal is tempting because of the names involved, I don't think I'd take it either.
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Re: Fantasy Football 2012

Postby ReadingPhilly » Thu Oct 25, 2012 10:46 am

got offered a romo for rivers swap for my backup qb slot. has there ever been a more meh trade than that one.
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Re: Fantasy Football 2012

Postby traderdave » Fri Oct 26, 2012 4:02 pm

Agree with Wheels and CB on the Johnson/Morris deal. As for the RG3 deal, that is a tough one. On the one hand, RGIII offers value now plus upside; Rivers and Cutler are what they are. If you got Megatron back, and assume he gets going (Detroit cannot be this bad ALL year, right?) he essentially replaces Green. The question then is whether RG3 is worth Cruz. I would probably take the deal (so long as I was getting Calvin back) b/c Griffin gives you the rushing TD factor. He does have a fairly tough schedule going forward though.

I am currently looking at two deals - Nicks and Stewart for Darren Mac and/or White for Peyton. Peyton is a big upgrade over Romo and Darren Mac gives me an RB2 with major upside given an easy 2nd half schedule. Current RB2 is Leshoure who, while I think he is going to be a good one, has not produced too much yet. Feel like Manning, Foster, McFadden, Austin and a combination of LaFell, Gibson, Hill could be a nice team going forward.
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Re: Fantasy Football 2012

Postby Napalm » Sun Nov 04, 2012 12:45 pm

Romo @ ATL w/ Dez possibly out or Palmer @ TB?

carson right?
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Re: Fantasy Football 2012

Postby Pittfan03 » Tue Nov 06, 2012 4:05 pm

Steelers DST against the Chiefs this week, or Texans DST against Chicago?
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Re: Fantasy Football 2012

Postby Swiggers » Thu Nov 08, 2012 7:38 pm

Pittfan03 wrote:Steelers DST against the Chiefs this week, or Texans DST against Chicago?


Steelers.
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Re: Fantasy Football 2012

Postby WheelsFellOff » Thu Nov 08, 2012 8:32 pm

Swiggers wrote:
Pittfan03 wrote:Steelers DST against the Chiefs this week, or Texans DST against Chicago?


Steelers.

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Re: Fantasy Football 2012

Postby Pittfan03 » Thu Nov 08, 2012 10:09 pm

I figured as much, but I wanted reassurance. I started Flacco instead of Schaub for the same reason.
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Re: Fantasy Football 2012

Postby WheelsFellOff » Thu Nov 08, 2012 10:15 pm

Pittfan03 wrote:I figured as much, but I wanted reassurance. I started Flacco instead of Schaub for the same reason.
not crazy about flacco
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Re: Fantasy Football 2012

Postby Pittfan03 » Sun Nov 11, 2012 5:28 pm

WheelsFellOff wrote:
Pittfan03 wrote:I figured as much, but I wanted reassurance. I started Flacco instead of Schaub for the same reason.
not crazy about flacco



35 pts for Flacco today. I'll take it.
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Re: Fantasy Football 2012

Postby CalvinBall » Sun Nov 11, 2012 11:38 pm

If Mike Wallace doesn't get 3.8 points tomorrow I give up.
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Re: Fantasy Football 2012

Postby Pittfan03 » Mon Nov 12, 2012 11:47 pm

Thanks to Lawrence Timmons' INT, I win this week.
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Re: Fantasy Football 2012

Postby CalvinBall » Fri Nov 16, 2012 7:41 am

Traded Palmer and F Jones for Cutler and G Olsen. My crappy TE is on a bye this week and Palmer and Jones sit in my bench anyways.

Hope I didn't make a huge mistake.
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