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  • Brandon 8:03 pm on November 16, 2007 Permalink  

    Ask the Geeks: Week 11 (Part 2) 

    Adave asks: (T)hink I put this question in the wrong place (comments section), so I’m sending it off to you here. Need some trade advice. Someone in my league has offered me Braylon Edwards for Brandon Jacobs and DJ Hackett.

    Here are my RBs: LT, Barber III, Jacobs, Rudi Johnson, Watson

    Here are my WRs: Boldin, Harrison, Chris Henry, DJ Hackett, Mark Clayton

    We start 2 RBs, 2 WRs and 1 flex (WR/RB). I also own Kellen Winslow. I’ve been agonizing over this trade to figure out if its worth doing. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

    Brandon’s take: A Dave (name?), thanks for submitting the question as an official Ask the Geeks query…it makes it a lot easier for us to offer advice when the questions come straight to our inboxes. Anyways, if you’re confident that LT or Barber III won’t suffer any injuries in your league’s playoffs…then I guess you could go for broke and accept the trade. However, I think being able to start LT, Barber, and Jacobs (2 RB + flex) is to your advantage, so I would recommend NOT doing the trade. Starting two of Boldin, Henry or Hackett should be pretty decent for you. (More …)

     
    • Stanley 1:00 pm on December 4, 2007 Permalink | Reply

      I have Owens and Romo so I need to know when you think (if at all) the Cowboys may start to sit some of their starters or start running the ball?

  • Matt 2:54 pm on November 16, 2007 Permalink  

    Five Potential Shockers for Week 11 

    Obligatory explanatory introduction for the uninitiated: If you haven’t seen my previous “shocker” posts, my definition of a fantasy shocker is a player who comes out of relatively nowhere, has a gigantic, multi-touchdown game, becomes the hottest waiver commodity the following week, and then soon sinks back into the relative obscurity from whence he came. Like I’ve said before, these are long-shot picks and I don’t expect to hit on most of them.

    Last week, I had high hopes for Amani Toomer, Isaac Bruce, Priest Holmes, Devery Henderson, and the man, the myth, the Vinny Testaverde. Bruce was on pace to qualify as a shocker until he tweaked a hammy; his 62 yards and a touchdown still qualified as a decent fantasy day, though. The rest – well, hey, that’s why I say they’re long-shot picks.

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