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I'll further say this.

 

I'd wager it might be easier for me to trade Adams or Crowder in season for an RB that is producing than gamble on the guy that I'd select in their place lives up to his adp.

 

Maniacs focking hoooooooo!

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I'll further say this.

 

I'd wager it might be easier for me to trade Adams or Crowder in season for an RB that is producing than gamble on the guy that I'd select in their place lives up to his adp.

 

Maniacs focking hoooooooo!

If you expect to trade one of those WRs for a worth while RB they're going to need to be having great years. There are just too many WRs on waivers that someone can pick up rather than give up a RB for one. RBs have the highest trade value.

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If you expect to trade one of those WRs for a worth while RB they're going to need to be having great years. There are just too many WRs on waivers that someone can pick up rather than give up a RB for one. RBs have the highest trade value.

 

In most of redraft leagues many trades don't happen that often. Probably just my league makeups.

 

I was just saying that if you took my team and wanted to move adams for ty montgomery or Crowder for Abdullah or whatever the close ADP players were I don't think that's out of question.

 

I do agree producing RBs are the cream of the crop.

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In most of redraft leagues many trades don't happen that often. Probably just my league makeups.

 

I was just saying that if you took my team and wanted to move adams for ty montgomery or Crowder for Abdullah or whatever the close ADP players were I don't think that's out of question.

 

I do agree producing RBs are the cream of the crop.

I suppose but like I said before, those WRs are going need to play very well in order for anyone to give up a RB that's playing decent. I'd rather hang on to my RB and grab a guy off waivers before trading.

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ill side with Mullman on this one.

 

most people in fantasy these days overvalue WRs and undervalue RBs. You can easily trade one of those WRs if they have a good week or 2 for a RB you like that got off to a slow start.

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This is my first year doing the July Mock, after several doing the June mock. I'm not all that familiar with Jason Katz and while I fully appreciate the analysis and effort, I feel like a number of participants in this mock and definitely in the June Mock are more seasoned Fantasy Footballers. Not that this is a prerequisite for good fantasy analysis but the overall article left a lot to be desired, imho.

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