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TimTBlows20032007
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Haughton
Member since Nov 2011
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Dynasty advice
I have been offered a player for player swap. I give Kareem hunt, arguably my best rb who no doubt is dealing with some issues and I receive Adam thielen which boosts my wr and provides more in the short term. My other rb are j Howard, barber,riddick, Bilal Powell,ty mont,Darrel Williams, and Joe kelly.
I have a lot of receivers but no one spectacular my top 5 is Landry, Ridley, calloway, beasley, and Goodwin. Also have some projects in trey quinn, ateman, Dylan Cantrell, and Deon Cain. That being said I hold two first Rd picks in this yrs rookie draft which I believe to be far deeper at wr than rb neither of which really stands out. 12 team full ppr. What do y'all think I should do?


TheWalrus
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Memphis
Member since Dec 2012
21979 posts

re: Dynasty advice
I’d do it. WR has a longer shelf life than RB and it’s uncertain where Hunt ends up but it won’t be in an offense as good as KC. It’s also much easier to find impact rookie RBs than impact rookie WRs.


TimTBlows20032007
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Haughton
Member since Nov 2011
271 posts

re: Dynasty advice
That was my thought as well. Also trying to flip Ridley for guice and some additional picks which would help the rb spot some.


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VermilionTiger
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Member since Dec 2012
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re: Dynasty advice
Thielan and the entire MINN offense might be different next year. I expect a more run oriented team with that defense

Hunt may never play again.. I would look for a trade that would put an existing competing team

Your team is pretty pedestrian for a 12 team league
This post was edited on 1/27 at 2:58 pm


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Peazey
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Metry
Member since Apr 2012
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re: Dynasty advice
I'd feel kind of like if I had Hunt then I would have to go down with that ship. I guess there's the idea that he might not play again, so you want to get something if you could. But I just think that selling low right now puts you so far behind that you might as well gamble on him coming back. Also, the whole argument about WR career longevities and all doesn't really apply to Thielen. He's already an older WR. He will be 29 before next season starts. He would be a great piece for a contending team, but if you're building and trying to put something together then he doesn't help extend your timeline relative to a young rb.
This post was edited on 1/27 at 5:18 pm


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