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#1 Sideshow91

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Posted August 27 2015, 09:05 AM

So, I'm in a FF league, the only one for me, with 8 teams made up of 6 twelve year old boys that I coach and one of their dads.  So, there aren't high stakes in this league other than bragging rights.  I was auto drafted Peytong Manning.  It's only the second time in the Manning's career that I was able to get him on my team.  However, the one other time I was able to draft him was in 2005 after he came off his MVP season and posted a mediocre 28 TDs and 3,600 yards.  So, I vowed never to draft him again. 

 

I was offered Tony Romo for Peyton Manning.  Both times I've won fantasy leagues the past 5 years, Tony Romo has been my QB, so I think I'm making this trade.  What do you think?



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Posted August 27 2015, 09:47 AM

See, I don't think that's a trade that I would be comfortable with. However, if you think having Manning on your team will make him perform poorly, then by all means, please get rid of him!



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Posted August 27 2015, 09:51 AM

See, I don't think that's a trade that I would be comfortable with. However, if you think having Manning on your team will make him perform poorly, then by all means, please get rid of him!

 

Yeah, this is a trade I may come to regret, but at the same time, when is the clock going to strike midnight for #18.  I started to see signs of it the past couple seasons.  That being said, the Broncos have some great offensive weapons.  What I like about Romo, is his offensive line.  I think they are the best in the NFL.  And now that Murray is gone, they might rely on that arm of Romo a bit more.  I just wish I could be sure that they have enough WR depth to step up and not miss a beat if teams take away Dez.  I'm going to stew on this for the rest of the afternoon before making up my mind.



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Posted August 30 2015, 06:40 AM




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Posted August 30 2015, 10:29 AM

I'd ask for a second player with Romo.  Someone who can fill a WR/TE/FLEX position.


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Posted August 30 2015, 09:46 PM

Dude what the hell kind of league is this?  Playing with a bunch of teenagers?  The hell?


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Posted August 31 2015, 05:17 PM

So, I'm in a FF league, the only one for me, with 8 teams made up of 6 twelve year old boys that I coach and one of their dads.  So, there aren't high stakes in this league other than bragging rights.  I was auto drafted Peytong Manning.  It's only the second time in the Manning's career that I was able to get him on my team.  However, the one other time I was able to draft him was in 2005 after he came off his MVP season and posted a mediocre 28 TDs and 3,600 yards.  So, I vowed never to draft him again. 

 

I was offered Tony Romo for Peyton Manning.  Both times I've won fantasy leagues the past 5 years, Tony Romo has been my QB, so I think I'm making this trade.  What do you think?

Wow, he should really feel privileged!   :rimshot: 

 

Romo is very high on the risk/reward scale.  He's missed time due to and played with a lot of injuries.  If this is a straight up trade, I'd avoid it.


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Posted September 01 2015, 10:58 AM

Wow, he should really feel privileged!   :rimshot:

 

Romo is very high on the risk/reward scale.  He's missed time due to and played with a lot of injuries.  If this is a straight up trade, I'd avoid it.

I countered with a Peyton for Roethlisberger proposal and was instantly shot down knowing that a 12 year old boy wasn't going to part with the home town team's QB. 

 

And PP, I'm actually play with a bunch of 12 year old boys and a couple of their dads.  Is that not allowed?? I have my clearances.



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Posted October 23 2015, 07:28 AM

Oh fantasy hindsight you are funny sometimes. This scenario right here (how this trade looked then vs. how it looks now) is a great demonstration of why I tended to avoid very early major trades back in my fantasy heyday (like you I am down to just one family/friends league). Someone almost invariably gets screwed by gross misjudgement of a player or players prospects (and the screwing shifts sides sometimes as here...where first it looked like Romo was falling into his trademark injury trap roll again...but then suddenly even while riding the pine in triage he looks like the better end of this deal as Manning has made it more and more clear every week that he aged about 50 football years this offseason.)

and in a league with pals, it is not fun to be on either side of that.
Did you ever go back and pull the trigger on the original offer before it (presumably) fell off the table?

My shitty situation is I have Newton, E. Manning, and Stafford. Which tends to make me think as a default, "Newton, duh!" But the other two are just sporadically productive enough that it leads to a weekly sweat festival over

A)who to start
B)which of the two backups to try and trade for a team DST upgrade, because mine blow!

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Posted October 23 2015, 09:22 AM

Oh fantasy hindsight you are funny sometimes. This scenario right here (how this trade looked then vs. how it looks now) is a great demonstration of why I tended to avoid very early major trades back in my fantasy heyday (like you I am down to just one family/friends league). Someone almost invariably gets screwed by gross misjudgement of a player or players prospects (and the screwing shifts sides sometimes as here...where first it looked like Romo was falling into his trademark injury trap roll again...but then suddenly even while riding the pine in triage he looks like the better end of this deal as Manning has made it more and more clear every week that he aged about 50 football years this offseason.)

and in a league with pals, it is not fun to be on either side of that.
Did you ever go back and pull the trigger on the original offer before it (presumably) fell off the table?

My shitty situation is I have Newton, E. Manning, and Stafford. Which tends to make me think as a default, "Newton, duh!" But the other two are just sporadically productive enough that it leads to a weekly sweat festival over

A)who to start
B)which of the two backups to try and trade for a team DST upgrade, because mine blow!

No, I never made the trade.  Instead, I went out and picked up Carson Palmer after week one and he has been my starter ever since.  In fact, my best two players were week two FA pick ups.  Carson Palmer and Devonta Freeman.  I'm on a 4 game win streak, whichs shows how the draft has now become of lesser importance.  You can pretty much just auto draft teams and then be first to pick up break out players off of the wire. 



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Posted October 23 2015, 09:45 AM

I don't think that is really anything new though. My best finish ever came on the year I picked up Boldin as a Free agent on week 2 of his breakout season. If you can short circuit the system like that and get a top 3 round pick quality player for free, obviously you are sitting pretty, but there aren't enough of them to make that your bread and butter team building strategy and just say screw the draft completely and throw darts. Especially (maybe not so much for you in an 8 teamer) when the waver wire is so thin at some key positions.

I drafted Freeman. (Damn glad I did too he has been saving my fat from the fire since my WRs haven't quite crawled out of the shitter since the Jordy Nelson disaster) With balanced scoring and two RB starters plus a Flex, there is still a major shortfall of RB's in our league. I am serious..I dropped Alfred Blue to fill a bye week gap and it was like a shark frenzy in there to snap him up.

Oh and don't feel too bad if you don't come out on top in your league. My 7 year old nephew is playing this year and so far he is kicking all of our asses. Damn kids!

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Posted October 23 2015, 11:08 AM

I don't think that is really anything new though. My best finish ever came on the year I picked up Boldin as a Free agent on week 2 of his breakout season. If you can short circuit the system like that and get a top 3 round pick quality player for free, obviously you are sitting pretty, but there aren't enough of them to make that your bread and butter team building strategy and just say screw the draft completely and throw darts. Especially (maybe not so much for you in an 8 teamer) when the waver wire is so thin at some key positions.

I drafted Freeman. (Damn glad I did too he has been saving my fat from the fire since my WRs haven't quite crawled out of the shitter since the Jordy Nelson disaster) With balanced scoring and two RB starters plus a Flex, there is still a major shortfall of RB's in our league. I am serious..I dropped Alfred Blue to fill a bye week gap and it was like a shark frenzy in there to snap him up.

Oh and don't feel too bad if you don't come out on top in your league. My 7 year old nephew is playing this year and so far he is kicking all of our asses. Damn kids!

There are only 8 teams in my league.  4 adults and 4 12 year old boys who I coach in soccer.  This is the third year I've done the league with them and an adult has yet to win the title.  I told them that I was ending the kids streak this season and so far so good as I'm 2nd place with 2nd most pts.  Along with Palmer and Freeman I have M. Lynch, AJ Green, Keenan Allen, O. Beckaham and Jimmy Graham in the starting line up.  And, surprisingly, the combo of St.Louis and Philly's DF has been working well for me. 

 

I guess you're right about the big, early season FA pick ups.  The one year I won my $$ league I picked up Kurt Warner going into week 1 because Trent Green blew out his knee in the preseason.






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