So, I have a couple of weeks in my main league to announce my keepers, but I have been tossing this around for a couple of months already and it will kick into high gear as the deadline approaches. We ultimately keep 3 players (2 offensive and 1 IDP). On Super Bowl Sunday, we will cut down to 5 players. We do this so people can start preparing for the draft sooner, but they are not locked into naming their keepers right after the season and before NFL's FA and draft and trades and all that. Also, our owners can trade off this 5 man roster and improve their keepers and/or draft positions. The only restriction to this 5 man squad is that you have to have at least 1 IDP on the list, since you ultimately have to keep 1 IDP. I have 4 bonafide offensive keepers prospects and hope to trade 2 away during the off season, but that may be difficult. I also feel like I have maybe up to 4 bonafide IDPs, but 2 really stand out. I feel like I have to keep all 4 of my offensive players, since they will be worth more if I do find a trading partner. So, that leaves me in the position where i have to choose my IDP keeper before this deadline, since I don't want to throw an offensive player back in the pool yet. It is possible that I could keep 2 IDPs on my 5 man squad and try to trade one of them, but I think that I wouldn't get as much value in return and it would be just as hard to find a trade partner for an IDP, if not harder. Also, I have a couple of extra picks in the early rounds already and could afford to spend one to get what would probably be the first IDP off the board, which is hopefully the guy I end up dropping. PPR league, bonus points for TDs over 40 yards. 1/50 return yards. On to the players... RB Leveon Bell RB James Conner WR Tyreek Hill WR Odell Beckham, Jr. I think you guys would agree that all of these guys should go in the first 2 rounds of a redraft league. So, my choice comes down to my IDP... LB Luke Kuechly LB Bobby Wagner S Jamal Adams S Derwin James Adams and James are nice, but I think the choice comes down to Kuechly and Wagner. Kuechly is a little younger, but his concussion issues scare me a little if we are splitting hairs between the two. Not that Wagner hasn't had his share of injuries, but head issues can shorten a career more than a tweaked ankle here and there. I don't think there is a wrong answer here, but if you had the choice, who do you keep? There is no limit to how long I can keep either player and there is no draft pick compensation that I would give up to keep either.