Advice on WR Dilemma

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Advice on WR Dilemma

Postby YouthofToday » Fri Sep 18, 2009 3:03 pm

I unfortunately have seen A. Gonzalez and Bryant go down in my home league (10 teams, auction, keeper, 2 QB,3 RB, 4 WR, flex, etc.). I picked up Burleson and Laurent Robinson (STL) as my new WR3 and WR4.

I have studs at RB1-3. For my flex I have Bradshaw, McGahee, Brown, Betts, McCoy.

Should I trade McCoy for Steve Smith (NYG)? I'm leaning towards making the offer yet:
1. Is Westbrook going to be back next year? If not I can keep McCoy at a fantastic keeper price.
2. Westbrook always goes down and the Eagles may even keep him out weeks 15-17 before the playoffs. McCoy would then presumably be a RB1.

Outside thoughts definitely appreciated!

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Re: Advice on WR Dilemma

Postby Doc Holliday » Fri Sep 18, 2009 4:37 pm

I do think you need to grab another receiver. Smith is a possibility, but it seems like you could drop Betts for a waiver wire WR that could help you out down the line about as much as Smith.
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Re: Advice on WR Dilemma

Postby YouthofToday » Fri Sep 18, 2009 6:02 pm

Waiver wire consists of Engram, Galloway, Randle El, Nate Washington, Britt, Clayton (TB), Bradley, Manningham, Cribbs... not very appealing options, of which I probably like Clayton the best. Thus my dilemma I might have to sell low on a RB for a WR.


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