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#1 STLNATE

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Posted 15 September 2015 - 09:42 PM

I was offered Calvin and Crowell for Hyde. A week ago I would have taken this in a heartbeat, but I actually think Hyde will continue to be successful. I also don't really like my team as much with the shift towards WR from RB strength. Plus, I'd have to drop someone and I don't really have anyone I would want to drop just for this trade.

My current starters (non PPR):

QB Rodgers

RB A. Peterson

RB Hyde

WR R. Cobb

WR Emanuel Sanders

TE D. Walker

Flex J. Stewart.



#2 GobbleDog

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Posted 15 September 2015 - 10:07 PM

The trade is really Calvin for Hyde.   Crowell is a lottery ticket to sweeten the deal.

 

If the draft started today, Hyde's ADP would be earlier than Calvin. I think Calvin has 10 TDs in him this year, but RB depth comes into to play - need to consider potential injury and it's easier to replace a WR than a top RB. Crowell is near worthless in my mind.

 

I say decline, but it's close. 



#3 weepaws

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Posted 15 September 2015 - 11:59 PM

I was offered Calvin and Crowell for Hyde. A week ago I would have taken this in a heartbeat, but I actually think Hyde will continue to be successful. I also don't really like my team as much with the shift towards WR from RB strength. Plus, I'd have to drop someone and I don't really have anyone I would want to drop just for this trade.
My current starters (non PPR):
QB Rodgers
RB A. Peterson
RB Hyde
WR R. Cobb
WR Emanuel Sanders
TE D. Walker
Flex J. Stewart.



Sounds like you don't want to do this deal , so for that reason alone I would not do it .
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#4 49erGold

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Posted 16 September 2015 - 09:17 AM

RB depth is key in 2 RB system so I stand pat... he just had a bad week 1. Hyde is 1RB I tried to get him high 3rd or low 2nd. Calvin still is a beast but injury history + poor CLE O leaves little to be desired you don't need RB depth he does.


Good bye... Willis, Gore, Aldon, Brooks. Hello... Bowmann, Hyde, Solomon, Foster!

 


#5 DaBeerz

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Posted 16 September 2015 - 10:33 AM

Starting RB's who can be week to week reliable studs are very tough to come by.

 

I'd hold Hyde for now. I was extremely impressed with what I saw in game 1.  I don't expect that every week, but the kid runs hard and he's got good vision.  







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