Massamule

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  1. A guy in my 12 team dynasty league made me an offer again. He was wondering if I would be willing to give him one of my WRs for his first round draft spot (1.11) I currently have the 1.05 spot and I'm planning on taking the best available rookie RB. Here are my current WRs, we start 3. Holt - Rams Horn - Saints Burleson - Vikes D. Branch - Pats D. Bennett - Titans Do you think draft spot #1.11 is worth a player like Branch or Bennett? Our draft goes this way: Round #1 1-12 Round #2 1-12 Round #3 12-1 Round #4 1-12.... continues to serpintine after the first 2 rounds That means I would have picks #1.05 (5th overall), #1.11 (11th overall), #2.05 (17th overall) if I gave him Branch or Bennett. I'm leaning towards Bennett because that O might take a hit this year. What do you think?
  2. Need some more dynasty advice...again

    Yeah, there is a big difference between a 12 man and a 5 man keeper league. The vets that are going to be available are available for a reason...they stink, retired or got cut. The more I'm thinking about it the more I don't like the idea of this trade. Rev, to answer your question we can keep anybody, as many as we want. The players I listed are my keepers. I am going to be dropping a few guys that I didn't list (not worth listing) and we play 2 RB and 3 WR.
  3. Need some more dynasty advice...again

    This is a rookie (and all the players in our free agancy) draft that I'm talking about. I was thinking the same thing when it comes to proven ability ( Branch/Bennett )over a rookie (long-shot). Here's the rest of my team: QB: Collins, T Green RB: LT, C Brown. TJ Duckett WR: Holt, Horn, Burleson, Branch, Bennett TE: T Gonzalez, J Witten This guy is obviously desperate for a WR, this is the thrid offer in the last week.
  4. I have been offered this trade by another guy in my 12 man dynasty league: (His players) Lamont Jordan OAK RB Year 2005 Draft Pick 3.2 for: (My players) Duckett, T.J. ATL RB Burleson, Nate MIN WR Year 2005 Draft Pick 1.05 I think this is close to something acceptable. I just don't think I should give up my 1st round draft pick. I think its fair enough just trading Burleson and Duckett for Jordan straight up. What do you think? This is who I currently have ( starting 1 qb, 2 rb, 3 wr, 1 te, 1 k, 1 d) Anderson, Richie FA RB Brown, Chris TEN RB Duckett, T.J. ATL RB Harris, Joey CAR RB Tomlinson, Ladainian SDC RB Bennett, Drew TEN WR Branch, Deion NEP WR Burleson, Nate MIN WR Gaffney, Jabar HOU WR Holt, Torry STL WR Horn, Joe NOS WR
  5. New Trade Offer! 3 team trade

    Great points! The trade did fall through because I intentially asked for too much. For that I'm grateful! Because I think you hit it on the head, why trade for Jordan (who's stock is very high right now with no proven track history) when he may a back-up some of the time. I am going to use my 1st pick to grab some help. Thanks to everyone for the advice!
  6. New Trade Offer! 3 team trade

    Thanks for all of your responses and advice!!! I emailed him back and said that I thought I was being generous enough with both Burleson and Duckett for Jordan, and that losing a key draft spot was too much a loss for me. I feel that way because Burleson is a very good receiver and he will be seeing some more action this year with Moss out of the picture completely. Duckett is a serviceable RB with upside in case Dunn goes down. But I really like Jordan. I'm a Raider fan (that's really hard to admit these days with recent acquisitions) and I know they have a solid O-line. I think their offense is going to be like the Colts and Chiefs situations in past because they don't have a D that can stop anybody, so their O is going to have to put up some numbers. With Jordan being the clear-cut #1, I think that makes him top 10 easy. Although it could go the oppposite way too, they may need to pass more, decreasing his numbers. I really don't know a lot about Jordan, can he catch out of the backfield? Is he a 3rd down back as well? There are a lot question marks with all three of these guys. But then again, that's what makes this fun! I am just really worried about C brown this year. I already know he's fragile and what makes it worse is his straight-up running style. The Titans have depleted their offensive potency, so I really think he's in for a down year. I would love to have another decent back to compliment LT. Bottom line: Is Jordan going to be worth losing Burleson?
  7. I have been offered this trade by another guy in my 12 man dynasty league: (His players) Martin, Curtis NYJ RB Price, Peerless ATL WR Year 2005 Draft Pick 2.11 for: (My players) Duckett, T.J. ATL RB Burleson, Nate MIN WR Year 2005 Draft Pick 3.05 I am leaning against this because I don't think Price is that great and Martin may have one good year left in him. Here are my current RBs and WRs: Anderson, Richie FA RB Brown, Chris TEN RB Duckett, T.J. ATL RB Harris, Joey CAR RB Tomlinson, Ladainian SDC RB Bennett, Drew TEN WR Branch, Deion NEP WR Burleson, Nate MIN WR Gaffney, Jabar HOU WR Holt, Torry STL WR Horn, Joe NOS WR What do you think of this offer?
  8. Proposed Trade

    A guy in my 12 team dynasty league recently offered me this trade: Lt and my #5 pick in the draft for Lamont Jordan and his #2 pick. Here's my dynasty team: QB - T Green / K Collins / McCown RB - LT / Chris Brown / TJ Duckett / R Anderson WR - Horn / Holt / Burleson / D Bennett / D Branch / J Gaffney TE - T Gonzalez / J Witten I would like to get Jordan but definitely not for LT. So I'm thinking of going with an offer to switch Brown in place of LT in the trade offer: Chris Brown and my #5 pick in the draft for Lamont Jordan and his #2 pick How does that look? Does it look pretty fair? I think Jordan might have more upside to him than Brown does.