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: September 04, 2008, 04:12:20 PM

In a 10 keeper league, which we each keep 1 player.  We start 1 QB, 2 RB, 2 WR, 1 Flex(RB/WR), 1 TE, 1 K, 1 DST.

My team:
QB Peyton Manning, QB Jason Campbell
RB Steven Jackson(keeper), RB Willis McGahee, RB Edge James, RB Rashard Mendenhall, RB Deuce McAllister, RB Chris Johnson
WR Chad Johnson, WR Hines Ward, WR Chris Chambers, WR Anthony Gonzalez
TE Tony Gonzalez, TE LJ Smith
K David Akers
DST Chicago

I want Maurice Jones Drew and he was drafted right before me in the 3rd round when I selected Willis McGahee.

I want to know what I should offer for MJD?

The guys team includes: Jay Cutler, Santonio Holmes, Lee Evans, Marshawn Lynch, Jones-Drew, Maroney, Gates, Coles, Felix Jones, Nate Burelson, Fargas, Rudi Johnson, Reggie Williams, Kinta, Vineteria, Green Bay.


Should I just stand pat with McGahee as my #2, or should I offer something for Drew...if so what?


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#1 : September 04, 2008, 04:22:06 PM

Your RB's look fine. Its your WR's that you need.



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#2 : September 04, 2008, 04:31:16 PM

Bucco...I hear ya....

I'm hoping maybe Anthony Gonzo goes off....who should I start at 2 WR and flex?

I right now I am going to bench McGahee and go with 3 WRs.....unless McGahee does play...

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#3 : September 04, 2008, 04:34:41 PM

Well I mean Chad is your first thats a given. Hines Ward is always a target for big ben and is the starter in PIT so I cant really say who is better in your case for your flex player. I think James as a RB at ur flex is a smart idea. I can see him getting around 80+ Yards and a TD and a few passes his way this sunday.



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Set Course for Tampa Bay! Its time we make Bruce Allen a member of Davy Jones Locker!

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#4 : September 04, 2008, 04:55:44 PM

Your RB's look fine. Its your WR's that you need.
What?

No offense Bada, but if I was in your league, I'm not sure you could offer me anything for Mo-Jo judging by your team. The only thing holding Mo-Jo back from being a mini LT is all the other RB's in Jax. I'm guessing you picked Manning with your first pick. Who was your second pick?

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#5 : September 04, 2008, 05:10:27 PM

I kept Jackson, picked Manning first over Portis and Lynch because when I won this league before, I had Culpepper who had 39 TDs.  Ever since then I went with RB-RB-RB and wouldn't be as good.

in the 2nd round I went with McGahee.  It was either him, Maroney, McFadden, or Graham....

I then went with Chad Johnson.  it was either him, Steve Smith, Plax Burress..

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#6 : September 04, 2008, 05:20:20 PM

It's a matter of trust I guess. I personally would have taken any of those 3 before McGahee. Call it a hunch, and maybe I got lucky with my hunch....but I wanted no part of McGahee this year.

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#7 : September 04, 2008, 06:28:45 PM

Bada I think you should have gone with Plaxico Buress in that case.



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#8 : September 07, 2008, 12:16:59 PM

That guy doesn't need your trade. He's pretty stacked.


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