Time to Go ALL IN?

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Time to Go ALL IN?

Postby ParLawGod » Tue May 26, 2020 9:13 am

In one of my leagues, I had a roster of aging talent and few draft picks. I've spent the last couple months dealing older guys (David Johnson, Melvin Gordon, TY Hilton, amongst others) and trying to get younger overall. I ended up with a roster that I really like...honestly better than I was expecting...here are my main pieces.

QB: Jones/Garoppolo/Love
RB: Sanders/Singletary/Hunt
WR: Hopkins/Moore/M. Jones/Watkins/Ross/JJAW/Jackson <EDIT>Unforuntately I have Marv Jones</EDIT>
TE: Ertz/Goedert/Gesicki/Rudolph

<EDIT> 1QB, PPR, 12 team league </EDIT>

I also have two 2021 1sts and one 2022 first. Two of those I got from a team that will very likely finish last (trust me on that one), so without a doubt two will be very high picks.

My question...is this the point I trade the three firsts for proven talent and go all in? I'm fairly certain I could get a RB like Cook (he's available right now), then flip Singletary for a better WR3. Or sit tight with what I have and continue to build with a younger roster?

Thanks for the honest advice! Appreciate it very much.

Note: I am aware that Jones/Garoppolo have the same bye week...currently looking to get another QB (or even upgrade at the position in general, though I can't/won't overpay).
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Re: Time to Go ALL IN?

Postby killer_of_giants » Tue May 26, 2020 9:22 am

settings, number of teams in the league, where are those 2020 1sts?

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Re: Time to Go ALL IN?

Postby Gator Sens » Tue May 26, 2020 9:23 am

I would hold the picks here and keep adding to your core next year.

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Re: Time to Go ALL IN?

Postby ParLawGod » Tue May 26, 2020 9:25 am

Thanks! I added the league settings (1QB, PPR, 12 team). Oh, and no TE premium. One 2021 first will be very early, and one will likely be late. 2022 first could be early...team is pretty void of talent, but one can never be too sure.

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Re: Time to Go ALL IN?

Postby jwb32 » Tue May 26, 2020 9:52 am

Tough spot. Solid team but not sure it's deep enough that pushing all-in makes sense. I'd rather take another year to get stronger. And that means Julio should probably go.
TEAM 1: 12 team league. 1.0 PPR WR/TE 0.5 PPR RB
Start 1QB, 2RBs, 3WRs, 1Flex, 1TE, 1D/ST, 1K.
QBs- Lamar
RBs- Cook, Sanders, CEH, Michel,Murray,Mattison,LPerine
WRs- Golladay, Diggs, MWilliams, Cooks,Reagor,Crowder,Duvernay, OJB(IR)
TEs-Waller, Fant,Hollister, Kittle(IR)
2021 2nd, 2021 3rd(2)

TEAM 2: 12 team league. 0.1 ppc 0.5 ppr. TE 1 ppr
Start 1QB, 2RBs, 3WRs, 1Flex, 1TE,
QBs-Stafford, Darnold, Foles
RBs- Akers, Gaskin, Dallas, Kelley
WRs- Godwin, Boyd, Diontae, Shenault, Samuel, Mooney, Harry, Devernay, Etc.
TEs- Hock, Bryant, Burton Trautman
(5) 2021 1st (including 1.01 and 1.02), 2.01

TEAM 3: 12 team league. 0.5 ppr, 0.5/fd
Start 1QB, 2RBs, 2WRs, 2Flex, 1TE,
QBs- Stafford,Rivers,Luton
RBs- Cook, RoJo, DHarris, Coleman, Penny, Murray, Snell
WRs- Evans, Allen, Metcalf, Boyd, Gallup,Samuel,Crowder, Sutton(IR)
TEs- Waller,Burton,LThomas,Trautman
2021 1st (2-both late), 2nd, 3rd (3)

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Re: Time to Go ALL IN?

Postby Ktmjelde » Tue May 26, 2020 10:05 am

You need to add your 2020 picks... unless you dont have any. I think you are still rebuilding and need help at QB, RB, WR. I would certainly sell Ertz and Jones (Assuming its Marvin, but if Julio i would sell as well). Im also not completely sold on Singletary in Buff. Would really like to know what those 2020 picks are.... I hope you have a first :)

Also, if you could get a Kings Ransom for Nuk i would possibly think about that. if you look out 2-3 years he will then be 30.
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QB (1): Russel Wilson, Mitchell Trubisky, Jimmy Garoppolo,
RB (2-3): Joe Mixon, Nick Chubb, JK Dobbins, Kalen Ballage, Justice Hill, Damien Harris, Benny Snell, Malcom Brown,
WR (3-4): DeAndre Hopkins, Michael Thomas, Julio Jones, Calvin Ridley, Jerry Jeudy, Laviska Shenault, Brandin Cooks, Will Fuller, Myles Boykin, Breshad Perriman, Equanimeous, St. Brown
TE (1-2): Zach Ertz, Darren Waller, OJ Howard, Tyler Eifert, Ian Thomas, Cole Kmet
DL (2-3): JJ Watt, Akiem Hicks, Grady Jarrett, Carlos Dunlap
LB (2-3): CJ Mosely, Khalil Mack, Kiko Alonso, TJ Watt, Leighton Vander Esch, Anothony Walker
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2021 Picks: 2 1sts, 1 2nd, 3 3rds

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Re: Time to Go ALL IN?

Postby pmart33 » Tue May 26, 2020 10:05 am

I'd be okay with dealing future picks for another RB. I like the guys you have there, but depth is important at that spot, and one more solid producer would really put you in contender status IMO. I'd try and hang on to that project early first tough if you could.
Team 1
12 Team .5 PPR (Year 4)
Starters: 1QB 2RB 2WR 1TE 2Flex (WR/RB/TE)

QB: Dak, Allen, Stafford
RB: Chubb, Mixon, Fournette, Bell, Hunt, Pollard, Gio, Armstead
WR: Cooper, Golladay, AJ Brown, Metcalf, Diggs, Jeudy, Mims, Duvernay
TE: Kelce, Henry, Irv Smith Jr.

Team 2
12 Team PPR (Entering Year 2)
Starters: 1QB 2RB 3WR 1TE 2Flex (WR/RB/TE)

QB: Wentz, Jones, Rivers, Ben
RB: CMC, Aaron Jones, CEH, Taylor, Swift, Jamaal Williams, Justice Hill, Wilkins
WR: Adams, Juju, Evans, Higgins, Crowder, Reagor, JJAW
TE: Ertz, Goedert

Team 3
12 Team PPR Super Flex (Entering Year 1)
Starters: 1QB 1SF 2RB 2WR 1TE 2Flex (WR/RB/TE)

QB: Murray, Watson, Rivers, Mariota, Rudolph
RB: Henry, Gordon, Hunt, Akers, Hines, Royce Freeman, Lamar Miller, Barber
WR: Moore, A-Rob, McLaurin, Campbell, Jeffery, Fitzgerald, Aiyuk, Cobb, Coulter, Harmon
TE: Fant, Ebron, Irv Smith Jr.

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Re: Time to Go ALL IN?

Postby dblj1199 » Tue May 26, 2020 10:58 am

Your team looks solid, but I think I'd rather have all of the 1st's right now. If you deal all the picks, just say for Cook and he plays poorly, and a injury and your team is getting another year older and no picks to replenish your roster. I'd hold for now, if your going well during the season then revisit the issue.
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Qb- Mahomes, Baker, Darnold,
RB- Zeke, Mostert (i.r.), Hunt, J Robinson, K Johnson, Snell Jr, Pollard, Ingram
WR- OBJ (i.r.), A Cooper, DJ Moore, TY Hilton, D Parker, J Jefferson, AJ Greene, AB, Q Cephus, DP-Jones
TE- Waller, H Henry, Gronk, OJ Howard (i.r.), Albert O (i.r.) J Reed
IDP(3)- VanderEsch, B Martinez, P Queen, A Johnson, K Neal, A Williamson
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Re: Time to Go ALL IN?

Postby Edgy68 » Wed May 27, 2020 8:09 am

You’re in a great position for future moves. Selling a couple more players in season for 2021 draft capital will make a retool short. If you go all in now, the margin for error is extremely slim as mentioned in the previous post. Hold tight to those picks for now. One wrong move could put you into a longer rebuild.
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12-team, PPR 25 roster 1QB, 2RB, 2WR, 1TE, 1FLEX(RB/WR/TE), 1 D/ST
QB D. Brees, L. Jackson, J. Burrow
RB D. Henry, M. Sanders, CEH, J. Dobbins, A. Gibson, A. Matt., J. Hill, J. Samuels
WR M. Thomas, C. Sutton, C. Ridley, C. Lamb, T. Higgins, JJAW, J. Hurd, J. Reynolds, M. Bryant, T. Patrick, I. Ford, Q. Watkins
TE T. Kelce, D. Goedert, I. Thomas, C. Herndon
2021 1, 1, 1, 3, 4, 5

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12-team SF, .5 PPR 35 roster: 1QB, 1SF, 2RB, 2WR, 1TE, 2FLEX, 2DB, 2LB, 2DL, 1FLEX
QB M. Stafford, C. Wentz, D. Brees, J. Burrow
RB J. Mixon, E. Elliott, J. Jacobs, N. Chubb, D. Swift, G. Bernard, J. Hill, B. Scott, D. Dallas, J. Hasty
WR D. Hopkins, K. Allen, Juju, K. Golladay, C. Godwin, J. Gordon, G. Davis
TE Z. Ertz, H. Henry, D. Goedert, I. Thomas
DB J. Poyer, J. Johnson, J. Simmons, J. Whitehead
DL D. Hunter, I. Odenigbo, H. Landry, A. Smith
LB C. Mosley, C. Littleton, R. Evans, K. Alexander, P. Queen, D, Campbell, J. Jewell
2021 3, 4, 5

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Re: Time to Go ALL IN?

Postby FantasyFoosball » Wed May 27, 2020 8:25 am

What are the starting requirements for the league? That's going to determine which direction you should go here.
Team One:
10 Team Salary Cap League w/ IDP - Est. 2018
2018: Champions!
2019: Champions!!
2020: 7-4, 3rd Place
.5 PPR/$200 budget
1 QB, 2 RB, 2 WR, 1 TE, 1 WR/TE, 1 K, 2 DL, 2 LB, 2 DB, 3 DL/LB/DB

QB - Mahomes, Cousins
RB - CMC, Drake, Carson, Mostert, Vaughn, Evans, Perine, Snell, Penny
WR - MT, Hopkins, Godwin, Woods, Miller, Campbell, Mims, Claypool
TE - Kittle, Goedert, Gesicki, Kmet
K - Gonzalez, Fairbairn
DL - Buckner, Heyward, Clark
LB - Leonard, Wagner, Roquan Smith, Singleton, Hewitt, Greenlaw, Alexander
DB - John Johnson, Logan Ryan, Jordan Fuller

2021 - 1st, 1st, 2nd
2022 - None

Team Two:
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14 Team PPR SF/TE Premium (2PPR)
2020: 8-3, 2nd Place
1QB, 2RB, 3WR, 1TE, 1SF, 2Flex
QB - Allen, Mayfield, Carr, Fromm, Keenum
RB - Murray, AP, Justin Jackson, Booker, Lewis, Dallas, Snell Jr, Royce Freeman
WR - MT, Reagor, Beasley, Perriman, Reynolds, Jackson, Jeffery, G. Davis
TE - Kittle, Andrews, Graham, Fells

2021 - 1st, 3rd, 4th

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