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Re: 2019 In Season Trade Thread

Posted: Wed Oct 16, 2019 1:02 pm
by briank
Made a couple trades to add depth to a strong contender. First team in my sig that is 5-1.

Gave: Daniel Jones, Gesiki, Richardson, 2020 3rd & 4th
Received: Brady, Fitzgerald

Gave: Miles Sanders, 2020 2nd
Received: Mack, Wilkins

Re: 2019 In Season Trade Thread

Posted: Wed Oct 16, 2019 1:16 pm
by Prison_Mike
briank wrote:
Wed Oct 16, 2019 1:02 pm
Made a couple trades to add depth to a strong contender. First team in my sig that is 5-1.

Gave: Daniel Jones, Gesiki, Richardson, 2020 3rd & 4th
Received: Brady, Fitzgerald

Gave: Miles Sanders, 2020 2nd
Received: Mack, Wilkins
Enjoy that fantasy playoff schedule sir (HOU, KC, CIN)

Re: 2019 In Season Trade Thread

Posted: Wed Oct 16, 2019 1:19 pm
by Prison_Mike
I paid up for a QB in my shallow league because Baker & Jimmy aren't getting it done
Thanks for the feedback in the Team Advice forum doods

Team 3 in signature

Gave: Allen Robinson + Pats DEF
Got: Matt Ryan

Now I'll drop Jimmy & add a DEF + Parris Campbell
(yes, this league is strange)

Re: 2019 In Season Trade Thread

Posted: Wed Oct 16, 2019 2:47 pm
by jenkins.math
hoos89 wrote:
Wed Oct 16, 2019 12:57 pm
BigBawseRoss wrote:
Wed Oct 16, 2019 12:32 pm
hoos89 wrote:
Wed Oct 16, 2019 11:18 am


Shocked you were able to get Hollywood+ in return for Monty. I think Hollywood>Monty at this point.
based on the one blow up game? montgomery hasnt been too great but hollywood has cooled drastically since week 1
A few things:
(1) Monty hasn't looked good
(2) The blowup game
(3) He was the first WR drafted this season and I think people have realized maybe he was knocked too much for going to the Ravens (plus the Ravens pass game is not as anemic as we thought it would be)
(4) Increased snap counts / target share since week 1
I agree Monty hasn't looked good and the offense in Chicago has looked bad all year, but I disagree on the Ravens passing offense. It still isn't very good. They haven't had a WR get over 61 yards receiving since week 2. It looked great vs Miami and Arizona, but once they started to play even somewhat decent defenses it hasn't been an impressive passing game.

I'll readily admit that Hollywood has looked better than I thought he would, but my opinion of him and his ability to produce in that offense haven't changed much. I'd much rather take a chance on the RB and the Bears figuring it out offensively over Hollywood unless you're in a best ball league.

Re: 2019 In Season Trade Thread

Posted: Wed Oct 16, 2019 3:29 pm
by dark_knite03
Adding
ARob > mid 1st 2020
Preston Williams> Ian Thomas

Re: 2019 In Season Trade Thread

Posted: Wed Oct 16, 2019 4:04 pm
by AlPal&Ange
Recent ones...
10 team
Gave:
Aaron Jones and a 3rd
Got:
2020 1st and a 2nd

12 team SF League:
Gave:
Nuk and a 2020 1st (mid)
Got:
Evans and Kelce

Re: 2019 In Season Trade Thread

Posted: Wed Oct 16, 2019 4:44 pm
by lukkynumber13
Team A in signature:

Sold JuJu and Landry

Got back Tyreek Hill

Re: 2019 In Season Trade Thread

Posted: Wed Oct 16, 2019 6:58 pm
by Vcize
jenkins.math wrote:
Wed Oct 16, 2019 2:47 pm
hoos89 wrote:
Wed Oct 16, 2019 12:57 pm
BigBawseRoss wrote:
Wed Oct 16, 2019 12:32 pm


based on the one blow up game? montgomery hasnt been too great but hollywood has cooled drastically since week 1
A few things:
(1) Monty hasn't looked good
(2) The blowup game
(3) He was the first WR drafted this season and I think people have realized maybe he was knocked too much for going to the Ravens (plus the Ravens pass game is not as anemic as we thought it would be)
(4) Increased snap counts / target share since week 1
I agree Monty hasn't looked good and the offense in Chicago has looked bad all year, but I disagree on the Ravens passing offense. It still isn't very good. They haven't had a WR get over 61 yards receiving since week 2. It looked great vs Miami and Arizona, but once they started to play even somewhat decent defenses it hasn't been an impressive passing game.

I'll readily admit that Hollywood has looked better than I thought he would, but my opinion of him and his ability to produce in that offense haven't changed much. I'd much rather take a chance on the RB and the Bears figuring it out offensively over Hollywood unless you're in a best ball league.
Hollywood has quietly been borderline one of the worst WRs in the NFL in efficiency metrics since halftime of the week 1 game.

Re: 2019 In Season Trade Thread

Posted: Wed Oct 16, 2019 7:40 pm
by NWABCS
I gave: Brandin Cooks and late 2020 2nd
I got: Julio Jones

Guy turned around and...
Gave: Brandin Cooks
Got: Matt Breida

Re: 2019 In Season Trade Thread

Posted: Thu Oct 17, 2019 8:01 am
by RotateThatFish
For team 3;

Gave: Hamilton + Callaway
Got: Crowder

Re: 2019 In Season Trade Thread

Posted: Thu Oct 17, 2019 8:13 am
by Trevormortis
For team 2 in sig.

Traded: J. Goff and J. Howard

Received: D. Watson and JJ-Arcega-Whiteside

Re: 2019 In Season Trade Thread

Posted: Thu Oct 17, 2019 8:49 am
by NWABCS
RotateThatFish wrote:
Thu Oct 17, 2019 8:01 am
For team 3;

Gave: Hamilton + Callaway
Got: Crowder
LOVE that deal for you

Re: 2019 In Season Trade Thread

Posted: Thu Oct 17, 2019 9:30 am
by Prison_Mike
Team 2

Gave: Mark Walton
Got: Anthony Miller

Kind of a flip-a-coin trade, not sure how I feel about it
Both players in bad situations, but I think I'd prefer the long-term upside of Miller so I accepted

Re: 2019 In Season Trade Thread

Posted: Thu Oct 17, 2019 9:42 am
by TroyH
Gave: Miles Sanders, Mark Andrews, and a mid 2020 2nd
Received: Brandin Cooks and Kerryon Johnson

The guy offered me Cooks straight up for Andrews as he basically wanted to dump Cooks, and he needed a TE bad (Dissily owner) as he is a front runner for the playoffs. He loved Sanders at the draft so I got him to throw in Kerryon after I added the 2nd.

Re: 2019 In Season Trade Thread

Posted: Thu Oct 17, 2019 9:56 am
by doctor d
Team not in sig -- roster below. In 11th/12 place and 11th in points scored. Very tough league to trade in, and needed to make a move with deep starting requirements and basically zero startable RBs.

Sent: Tyreek, Ebron, Cousins, Malcolm Brown, Gore
Received: ARob, Mecole, Cohen, RoJo, mid 2020 1st, mid 2020 2nd

Been shopping Ebron and Brown all year with no bites whatsoever. Happy to find anyone even remotely interested in Cousins/Gore. I think there's a good chance my trade partner misses the playoffs -- he's 4-2 but 10th in points scored and now has very little depth to fill out his lineup (Brown, Gore, Ebron, Pettis, KeeSean Johnson all starters for him now).

12 team full PPR, 1 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, TE, 3 Flex:
QB: Wentz, Tannehill
RB: Cohen, RoJo, Penny, Harris, Gio, Thompson, Edwards, Prosise
WR: Nuk, Golladay, ARob, Davis, Ginn, Lazard, Pringle, Snead, Wilson, Devin Smith
TE: Kelce, Everett, Fant