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Trade for RB2 or Upgrade at WR1?


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My new team for my main league is in my sig (drafted last night). Overall I was pretty pleased drafting at No. 3, but I'm not really a fan of Jeffery but needed a top tier WR talent and he was the best on the board. I also am really optimistic about Ivory and somewhat on Doug Martin this year who are both owned by someone who has them on the trading block and needs WR talent. Do you guys think I should make moves to upgrade at RB2/Flex or WR1?


His team:


QB: Manning

RB: Bell, Martin, Ivory, Sims, Blue

WR: Cooks, Adams, J. Brown, Wayne, Michael Floyd, Stevie Johnson

TE: Rudolph

K: Carpenter

DST: Tampa Bay

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I think you weather the storm and hold tight for a bit (first couple of regular season games).. he's selling on the hype surrounding and pre-season stats. I like Ivory and D.Mart as well but I don't know what I would give for them.. I don't think you'll get the value you want coming back for Alshon... I just think there is a disturbance in the force because Marshall is gone which kind of kept defenses honest from keying in on only Alshon but I believe he can be a true WR1.. like I said hang tight at least a couple games in to really evaluate don't hit the panic button too soon there will be players on waivers to emerge and on your bench as well where you might not need to upgrade yet. Just my thoughts. Doesn't hurt to throw out trade offers but tread lightly (email options don't send offers with an accept button because there's no backzies).

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