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12 Team Superflex PPR
A) Pick 13
B) Pick 19, 25, 26
for 2022 rookie draft
i currently have pick 3, 5, 18,19, 25,26, 32
1 QB 12 Team PPR
A) 1.02 and MT
B) Barkley and Jeudy
Which side wins? What side could add more?
12 Team 2QB SF
Give: Jonathan Taylor & 3.06 Rookie Draft
Get: D’Andre Swift, Laviska Shenault & 1.07 Rookie Draft
I’m rebuilding in my league, don’t have many good pieces outside of Mark Andrews, JT, Amon Ra St Brown & Damien Harris
Should be getting more for JT. Shenault has been underwhelming and the rookie pick will likely be an upper tier WR or project QB.
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I have Najee Harris, J Chase and J Jefferson - can only keep 2. Thoughts? 10 man non-ppr league.
I would keep chase and jefferson, as good as harris is, he is pretty old for a rookie rb and having chase and jefferson gives you the best wr duo in any dynasty league. I personally have chase and I would give up almost any player instead of him.
My concern is how rare workhorse RBs are. And if Pitts gets a good QB maybe Najee benefits? JJ / JC is definitely tempting as hell though. JC I am keeping 100%.
My main concern with najee is length, he is amazing and true workhorses like him are rare, but he is also older and going to take a lot of hits in coming years. Pitts ol is also pretty bad which will lead to harder runs, more runs, and more hits. If they get a good qb to open up the box or a top OT then I might consider keeping JC and Najee.
Keep trade cut values 2023 picks over 2022 picks. I know the 2023 class is hyped up, but would u really prefer like the 1.08 in 2023 over the 1.08 in 2022? What about like the 1.10 in 2022 vs the 1.08 in 2023?
1QB 12 tm PPR
Side A: Rodgers, Diggs, 2022 1.11
Side B: Dak, Lamb
B for me.
I go B I’m not overly high on Claypool regardless I think he’s a future headache but Chase and burrow is going to be lethal for years. I went full kitchen sink in diggs dobbins 1.04 and 23 1st and not a budge. JT is a stud maybe MT comes back a bit but Dillon also in a year has backfield to himself jones loses value in Rodgers leaves while Dillon remains mostly the same but has the same skill set if not just less refined.
Does Kenyan Drake have anything left in the tank 2023 or 2024 when he’s off his current contract with the raiders. Still 27 and more of a pass catcher… potential Gio Bernard/James White type perhaps?
He's on a 2 year contract, so it would be interesting what the new coaching staff thinks of him next year. I think his issue this year was usage not ability ... of course that has been his entire career.
12 team sf ppr
I have 1.01 1.02 1.04 1.05 in 2022 and 5 1sts in 23
I give 1.05
I get 1.10 + 23 1st (likely in the 1.04-1.08 range)
I’m really only interested in 2 top tier rbs and one of wilson or burks. I figured this deal makes sense cuz I can trade down from 1.10 again later for another 23 1st or just take a bell maybe Williams type wr.
Thoughts? Am I undervaluing my pick too much?
Honestly I’d do it, can probably get a solid player at 1.10 similar to 1.05 with this class looking intriguing and that leaves others to take risk on QB and grab one of the WR who will likely return value. And a 23 first will be nice to stockpile.
Yeah I’m trying to set the price for 23 1sts and control the market n I feel this trade gets me there plus I still get 3 studs this year
If you’re not trying to win next year I’d definitely do this.
I’m coming out of a 1 yr productive struggle n can compete but am super super young so I’m not particularly in a rush
14 team 1 QB. Ppr.
Give: Damien Harris
Get: 1.08 or 1.09
Question: This would give me another WR at this pick I assume, but is it worth it?
I’d probably do this assuming ur other rbs aren’t horrible
For a Patriots RB it is probably worth it. Think Stevenson makes that backfield more of a timeshare next season anyways.
16 Team PPR 1 QB
Give: David Montgomery
My other rb's of note are JT and ETN, coming off 2nd in our league
I’d take that.
Depends on how you think the draft will go and who you like, as I’m seeing it now from my league, Breece will be going 1 overall, so that leaves the 1.02 to take walker or spiller, if you are happy with the left-over of the top three I think you go for it. Also to note Montgomery was the 20th RB on the year in PPR while missing 5 games, I think it’s reasonable to expect that production again next what with fields making steady improvement or not.
Breeze is not guaranteed to 1 overall. Plenty of time to go in the draft process these next few montgs. That’s not how it works.
I said “depending on how you think the draft will go” and “in my league we think this (baring landing spot)”, so I don’t see how you think I’m making anything but assumptions, just like everything else in FF.
Yeah he was top 15 in PPG too. I personally love Monty, but I'm wary of having him beyond his rookie contract. I'd be happy with any of Spiller or Walker too. Or even Treylon Burks
Could just be overthinking it though.
12 team Superflex
Give - Taylor, Mixon
Get - Justin Fields, A St Brown, 2022 1st and 2nd, 2023 1st, 2024 1st and 2nd
This would put me into a rebuild but would make for a very strong one.
I like this if you’re fine to go down the rebuild path. 5 firsts and 2 seconds of value for JT and Mixon.
In all honesty if you're rebuilding I would hold JT. I think he's just worth more than anything you'd get out of that trade
I personally don’t think that’s enough return for both of them. They are younger studs
12 Team, 0.5 PPR, Superflex:
Give: Derek Carr, Darren Waller, Jerry Jeudy, Kareem Hunt, Juju
Get: Baker Mayfield, CMC, JRob, David Njoku, 2023 1st
I love my Raiders stack and think Jeudy could still pan out (kinda salty that I had to play him week 1 playoffs when he goosed, I lost by 4), but I’m intrigued.
KTC says fair offer. I like that I get younger across the board and get CMC (RB is my one weakness after selling Zeke for 2 1sts). A 2023 1st is a nice piece as well.
Other QBs: Russ and TLaw
Other TE: Pitts, Moreau, Harrison Bryant
Other RBs: Pollard, Penny, D’Ernest (hoping to get Breece with 1.02)
Other WRs: JJeff, DK, Tyreek, Toney, Chark, Shenault, Treadwell
CMC side easily for me.
I would accept that all day Then probably try to trade CMC sometime during the season next year when his value is high again.
Was thinking the same thing. Thanks for the second opinion, a lot of moving pieces so thought I’d post for some thoughts!
16 Team PPR SF
I get: Mahomes, Mixon
I give: Kyler, Najee, 2023 mid 2nd
Should I accept? Thanks!
I like the Mahomes side by a healthy margin.
Seems light to me. You’re a first in value off imo.
Nah. Mixon should drop off within the next year or two and I'm not even sure I'd rather have him over Najee in that span. Kyler can put up just as many points as Mahomes so I'd probably pass on that trade.
10 team PPR
Give: Kelce + Amon Ra + 1.11
Get: Pitts + early 23 1st
Pitts side easily, although aIvdont love people pencilingvin future picks.
I would do this as a Kelce owner.
I think this is great value. Pitts was TE5 in PPR on an offense that was atrocious at times…as a 21 year old rookie. The early first (if it truly ends up being early) likely lands you a stud.
I think it’s worth it to snag Pitts and capitalize on Kelce’s value before it trails off over the next couple of seasons.
I truly believe it will be early first as those 2 players instantly become is 2nd and 3rd best player after Henry - has a lot of unknowns on his roster with his next 3 WR are sterling Shepard, Landry and Davante Parker.
10 team, 1QB, 2 flex, hppr
i give: eli mitchell, 2022 1.02, 2022 1.09
i receive: cmc, 1.06
my team was in the chip this year other was middle of the pack.
I personally don’t think it’s worth it, Mitchell is looking like an RB1 ( unless replaced in the draft, which I think is unlikely) they may add veteran depth though, I’ll say the 1.06 is for him (I don’t think you replace the value there) but the 1.02 and 1.09 for CMC is interesting, if you think he can stay healthy it’s good value for him, but the way the panthers run/depend him it’s hard to see a full season out of him.
So from me, keep the high ceiling Mitchell and draft a project at 1.02. Walker/spiller/hall
I don’t think I would do it. Hard to trust cmc after the past 2 years. All signs point to Mitchell taking over SF backfield
I'd take this, at this point its speculation if he stays or leaves likely has 1 more year left and Shenault could be a buy low with another year uninhibited by Meyer plus get to take a shot on a rookie.
12 team PPR SF
Get: 2022 1.09
I am also the JRob owner.
1.09. Folks have forgotten that a Lisfranc injury is a serious injury.
I’d hold. I like Etn better than your options at 1.09.
I would keep ETN. Extremely valuable to have a stack like that imo.
especially as the JRob owner this is worth holding onto, you get to see ETN uninhibited. JRob is on last year whether that's recovery or they become a true thunder and lightning or he departs and you get 2 starters. I'd hold ETN over 1.09
10 Team PPR
Got: Swift + 2022 2.08
Gave: Diggs + Renfrow
I personally value Swift highly however if you need the wr help and believe Renfrow keeps momentum going into next season then this could be a win for you.
Oh I'm actually receiving Swift. I'm pretty comfortable at WR and needed a stud young RB
That’s a win
Thanks! I'm pretty happy with it
10 Team PPR
Give: Stefon Diggs
Get: Miles Sanders + Elijah Moore
I'd rather have diggs too, sanders is aging and inconsistent as all hell. moore is looking good but diggs is better and young wr at his level isn't too uncommon. Stick with diggs and look for a young wr in the next draft.
I'd rather Diggs, I think over next 3 years he wins more than those 2 can do. Same time depends on team makeup and situation.
I'd probably do that.
Still like Diggs but after this next season that probably swings the other way.
10 team SF ppr TEP 2RB, 2 WR, 1 TE, 2 Flex, 1 SF
QB: Tua, Fields, Darnold
RB: Kamara, DMont, Saquon, Rhamomdre, Gainwell, Foreman, Vaughn
WR: DK, CeeDee, Toney, Dynami
TE: Pitts, Ertz, Fant, Kmet
Give: Pitts, 2022 2.04
Get: Zach Wilson, 2022 1.01, 2023 first (mid)
I'd take it for the 1.01 alone. Pitts is still fairly unknown and his QB situation is going to get nasty soon. Not a Zach Wilson fan but if he can keep momentum going after last week then he is worth the dice roll.
12 Team Standard
Give: Kamara + 2.06
Get: Dobbins + 1.12
Kamara is great. Have him in multiple leagues. I guess if you are competitive then I'd keep Kamara. If you are looking into a rebuild the Dobbins + better draft pick is probably the way to go.
Kamara to compete, Dobbins to rebuild
12 team SuperFlex
Team A: Devonta Smith, 2023 2nd
Team B: Justin Fields
In superflex Fields just holds more potential value.
12 team 1 qb ppr
A: kelce and ceedee
B: mark Andrew’s and dk metcalf
I’m competing but worried about kelce age. I know this trade is close but how close? Good as is? Leaning a bit towards one side?
I'd take the Andrews side, but it's close.
He agreed to add something on top of the Andrew’s side for me. Is a second good to ask for? (So I’d get Andrew’s metcalf and a second)
I'd take that all day if he'll do it.
12 team half ppr 1 qb
Give: Kennan Allen and the 3.01
Get: Lockett, Christian Kirk, 2024 1st
I’m a win now team, and I don’t think this is a bad trade but I feel that 1st is so far away
Wow smash this, like yesterday. That’s a reasonable trade to consider without the 1st lol
Yeah the more I look at it the more I like it. You think Lockett isn’t too far off from Keenan?
I personally don’t think there’s an enormous upgrade… and Christian Kirk has been decent this year even when DHop was in the picture.
The ‘24 1st is just a nice cherry on top
My only concern is Keenan is tied to Herbert while Lockett might lose Russ this offseason
Yeah I agree they aren’t even players, I do like Keenan more. But Lockett also had one of his best games of the year with Geno Smith under center, so I don’t think his production falls off dramatically.
Regardless though that’s a haul for Keenan Allen imo
Appreciate it brother
8 team .5ppr .5TEP deep rosters (2qb 3rb 3wr 2te 5flex)
I give: Joe Mixon, Michael Thomas
2022 pick 11
Unless you are entering a full rebuild from scratch, reject this trade asap. MT and Mixon are both a little older but not bad at all, both are looking to be strong assets for the coming season. If you have any interest in competing for the ship this coming season, I would not take this trade
That's where I'm a little hung up. I definitely don't have to rebuild, and could keep my roster the exact same, and be in a good place to compete next year. But I'm kind of wanting to start trying to get younger maybe a year too early instead of a year too late, while guys like mixon, zeke, mt, michel all have decent trade value.
Would be dependent on your roster
My roster is fresh off a 2nd place finish, and has been in the championship 3 of the last 4 years. But some of my studs are getting older.
QB: Russ, Wentz, Ryan, Zach Wilson, Davis Mills
RB: Zeke, Mixon, Jacobs, Harris, Sanders, Michel, Henderson, Edmonds, ETN
WR: Godwin, Deebo, DJM, Woods, Sutton, Mike Will, Devonta Smith, Claypool, MT, Viska
TE: Hock, Goedert, Fant, Ertz, Trautman
The roster could still be a top team next year, but I'm worried about my QB room and top end talent in my RB room. Zeke is on the way out, and while I love Mixon and have had him since his 2nd year, he's getting older as well. I was thinking I could sell my current top end guys fot 23' picks, and retool through the draft.
I assume you're rebuilding? If so I'd say you're getting decent value.
I am fresh off of losing in the championship, and I have a team that could maybe compete next year, but a lot of my key pieces are getting older, so I'm going to start a rebuild now for max value.
I’d keep Kirk
If you have other solid options at QB then it would generally be pretty decent value.
The problem is the options at 1.11 aren’t what they’ve been the last couple of years. So do you need a locked in veteran starter who is currently QB11 despite missing a game? Or would you rather have an unknown, high upside WR or QB prospect?
For me I’d hold Kirk if you’re not in a rebuild. If you are, then push for more or try to push it back to a 23 1st that isn’t locked in at pick 11
2QB Full PPR dynasty; Te Prem
Get: TJ Hockenson, 2023 1st (should be high), Kareem Hunt
Have josh Allen & Tannehill as wel
Depends what your TE situation looks like. I would take that if you don’t have any good TEs
Give Shenault 2023 2nd (late)
Get Josh Jacobs
Feel like I won this
Accept that so fast 😅
Damn i wish i could get Jacobs that cheap. Smash
Yeah I was surprised he accepted it lol. Salary leagues make trading much more interesting
12 team SF PPR. I have picks 6, 8, 9, 11 in the upcoming draft. Primary need is RB.
Give 1.11 for Elijah Mitchell
If they will accept that trade then take it. Honestly a great trade for you.
I like that deal a lot for u
Great move. Mitchell has already proven he can play at a high level. The 1.11 is very likely a big unknown this year
I would accept
12 man single qb ppr salary cap
I give Hockenson 2.12 2023 3rd
I get Mark Andrews
The difference in salary will be 10m next year then Hockenson should be around there. Good deal or a sideways move?
Not 100% familiar with the salary side of stuff, but I think it could benefit you if you need to consolidate assets, and if you think that the Lions enter QB limbo soon.
I dont trust the lions qb situation for the next couple years. I have a feeling they rock it with Goff another year take a stab at the Bryce Young in '23
I don’t play much salary cap, but it seems like since they’ll be a similar salary after next year it’s a win. Andrews is the unquestioned number one for his offense and an absolute animal. The dude produced all-pro numbers without his starting QB for over a month. He also seems like he should age pretty well as he has developed the Kelce-like ability to just constantly find the open spots in zones and use his leverage and route running ability to beat LBs and safeties.
He is a beast. Yeah it's tough to swallow the 10m difference this year but Andrews is in a significantly better offense. Thanks for your input!
12 team .5 PPR SF. I'm in 100% rebuild.
Get: 2023 1st (proj later)
This is the best price I could get from Zeke and I asked the whole league
That's probably about what you can expect. If you're in 100% rebuilding you take that all day.
Meh. Obviously 23 firsts are ascending and Zeke will eventually continue to descend. I just think if he can get healthy and put together a solid string of games then he can net you more. I.e. just like he did at the beginning of this season. One more year certainly makes a difference but ultimately it’s up to you to make the call if your league has really soured that much on him. Worst case try to get a young lotto ticket type of guy or a later round pick (edit: as an add on to the 23 1st)
That's a good deal. I just traded him in a salary league for Melvin Gordon Devante Bookers, 2.03 3.03, 3 08 and 2023 2nd (mid/late) doesn't seem to be a great amount of value out there for zeke
.5 ppr 12 man 1QB
I give: Michael Carter, 23 (these are the terms I was proposed) “second highest first round pick of the six I have”
I get: Trey Lance, Pollard
I have a fairly young team. I’m in qb poverty with TLaw, baker. My RBs are swift, Etienne and Carter essentially. I have Kenyan, Mack too but not that big. I feel like pollard is on the rise and quickly with the way zeke’s situation has been going. Just need some advice
In 1QB this isn’t great. I think Carter is pretty equal to Pollard so essentially Lance for a high-ish (?) first…don’t love it.
I don't really like the "contingent" pick think anyways, but that is absolutely way too much to pay for a QB in 1qb. Carter and Pollard is a wash to me, maybe slightly favoring Carter since he will lead that backfield.
Zeke probably isn't leaving Dallas anytime soon, as his dead cap hit is absolutely massive if they cut him, and he is also much better at pass pro than Pollard, and Dallas passes a lot.
I give: Devin Singularity
I get: 10 overall pick 2022 Draft
I'd take that in a heartbeat as a singletary owner
I say yes. Especially if it is SF. We have seen singletary long enough and i expect the latest run to be an outlier from his whole career.
Solid move to capitalize on this current run he’s on
I'd smash accept. Buffalo is a trendy pick to land one of the top 3 RB's in this upcoming class, which would relegate Singletary to backup status.