QB Trade

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  • #119444
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    I have ARodgers and then picked up LJackson late in a 1 QB league. Got lucky w/ Jackson. Do I trade Rodgers and keep Jackson, or vice versa? Any thoughts on what kind of trade quality RB or WR I could get for LJackson or ARodgers? 6 pt TD league. Thanks!

     

     

  • #119449
    Shawn Childs
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    The rushing yards for Jackson will be the key to his floor each week. Unfortunately, it will be a game to game thing for you all year unless Jackson shows more consistency passing the ball.

  • #119458
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    Hmmm…I need to unload one, and not roster two QBs. What type quality can I expect back in RB or WR for either?

  • #119514
    Shawn Childs
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    You would be selling Jackson high or low on Rodgers. These shallow 16 roster slot leagues really penalize you for drafting good players.

  • #119561
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    Thanks Shwan and you are correct about a good draft…and that’s what makes it so difficult. Does high on LJackson mean an RB1 or WR1 or worse? Does low on Rodgers mean RB2 or WR2 or worse? Sorry for all the questions, I’m just trying to understand the values for each.

  • #119603
    Shawn Childs
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    Tough to get a top RB1 for any QB except Mahomes or possible Watson unless a team hit on multiple RBs in the draft. It’s more of you finding that buy low guy and pairing him. Remember a player’s value will change on a dime each week in football.

    The sky is falling players at RB in Week 1:

    Todd Gurley (I’m buying)

    David Mongomery (based on usage)

    Rashaad Penny (Carson is the greatest back since sliced bread)

    Kerryon Johnson (split role)

    Devonta Freeman

    Matt Breida (rising role, but poor stats)

     

     

     

     

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