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I’m doing a dynasty draft.

Discussion in 'Fantasy Football Forum - Message Board' started by HaroldSeattle, Jun 12, 2018.

  1. SteelersPride

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    lol im glad its that easy for u...........trades alone take up my time
     



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    Yeah well I’m pretty decisive on trades, I can do one in a blink.
     
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    So far the feed back isn’t great. The Freeman owner hates Booker, no surprise there. The Penny owner is interested in Carson if he’s dirt cheap.
     
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    Wanted to bump this for reference. Shit the last pick was a kicker for God’s sake. I’ll most likely go homer and take Lockett, ton of targets up for grads and after Baldwin and Lockett you got RBs being the next in line for targets and the Seahawks don’t target RBs much in the passing game.
     
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    My trade offer for Lynch must have set a record for a rejection. Literally seconds after sending it.:lol:
     
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    OK the draft is over for me. I traded my remaining picks plus my 2019 5th plus Booker for a 4th round pick next year. The cut down is going to be brutal, just trying to clear space.
     
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    Been a hell of a lot of fun for me. Hope others enjoyed.:suds:
     
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    Damn stinks that you missed out on Edmunds i love him (over roquon even) and took him at 1.11 in my league (2 DL, 3 LB, 3 DB).

    Love the wilkins pick! I also grabbed him in that same league at either 3.12 or 4.01 i think so that's a steal for you imo.

    A word of warning on James though. I loved him as a real life prospect but idps are all about opportunity and he got drafted to a super weird spot because LA already has their in the box safety(s). That leaves James kinda stuck in no mans land where you dont rack up fantasy points (unless you have odd scoring in place).

    That said... im no idp expert. I play it in a couple leagues but i mostly follow people on twitter and listen to podcasts to find out everything about idp so i'm just parroting back what I've heard rn.
     
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    I like the Lewis and a 2 for a 1 deal. Thats the sort of trade thats fair but that you'll likely end up glad you went through with if you can swing it.

    If you're into Evans, i traded Chubb, Watkins, and Kittle for Evans in that same league i keep mentioning just the other week. Might give you an idea of what an offer could look like especially since you have Chubb.
     
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    No can do that kind of deal.
     
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    Which one?
     
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    The one involving Chubb.
     
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    Too much to give up?
     
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    yup
     
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    I think it's one of those trades that hurts a little to see 3 valuable pieces walk out the door but ultimately you're getting a stud in return. This coming from a big chubb and watkins fan.
     
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    From what I've read next year is a rich WR not so much for RBs. So holding on to stud or potential stud RBs.
     
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    Yea ive heard that too.

    And i wont lie i was torn over that deal for a couple days so certainly not a no brainer.
     
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    The Henry owner said he’d like to wait and revisit at a later point.
     
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