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post #106 of 749
for some leagues where i didnt draft a good D, its not unusual for me to find whoever the rams/chiefs/lions were playing and play them. i think youre almost in that same situation with QB's. they are pretty much all FA's or waiver qbs depending on the week, looks like they are just filling up slots. i would decline, bush can only depreciate from here, favre is barely better than hasselbeck/shaub/waiver qbs. And slaton is a monster
post #107 of 749
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Originally Posted by phreak View Post
i would decline, bush can only depreciate from here, favre is barely better than hasselbeck/shaub/waiver qbs. And slaton is a monster

+1.
Though I don't think Bush will depreciate as much as many expect.
post #108 of 749
Yeah, Bush keeps on looking like a vital part of the offense. I don't think he is going to decline much once Shockey comes back. There other TEs are getting a lot of touches as it is. Doesn't look like Deuce is much of a concern either. You may have to worry a little bit about Green getting goalline carries... I don't really think too much about the trade either way. If anything, I would probably accept it because Bush is getting 20+ touches a game guaranteed and Favre has a lot of more weapons than Hasslebeck, JT or Jake. But I think you would be pretty much getting the same output with Schaub and Slaton...
post #109 of 749
Cotchery & LT for Gore & Edwards? Fair? Unfair?
post #110 of 749
Stay away from LT.
post #111 of 749
Should I drop Hasslebeck? Brees is my starter. I am almost tempted to drop Hasslebeck and pick up Mark Brunell (the backup at NO).
post #112 of 749
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Originally Posted by michaeljkrell View Post
Should I drop Hasslebeck? Brees is my starter. I am almost tempted to drop Hasslebeck and pick up Mark Brunell (the backup at NO).

When Hasselbeck is healthy, he's a top-10 starter. Brunell won't be as good as Brees in that offense.

Are you in the SF league btw?
post #113 of 749
No, I'm not in the SF league. You still think Hasselbeck has what it takes?
post #114 of 749
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Originally Posted by michaeljkrell View Post
No, I'm not in the SF league. You still think Hasselbeck has what it takes?
Absolutely, when healthy and he doesn't lose his top 5 receivers to injury. Worst case: he's not perfectly healthy, but in a weak NFC South, he'll put up high QB2 numbers.
post #115 of 749
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Originally Posted by breakz View Post
Absolutely, when healthy and he doesn't lose his top 5 receivers to injury. Worst case: he's not perfectly healthy, but in a weak NFC South, he'll put up high QB2 numbers.
??? I don't remember hearing that we've traded Hasselbeck to the Saints, Panthers, Bucs, or Falcons...
post #116 of 749
What do you think Tokyo? The bookies sure thought they were going to win this week before Hasselbeck went down. They started at +1 then went to -2 and are back to +1.
post #117 of 749
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Originally Posted by michaeljkrell View Post
What do you think Tokyo? The bookies sure thought they were going to win this week before Hasselbeck went down. They started at +1 then went to -2 and are back to +1.
I'm going to say... 27-17 Edit:
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post #118 of 749
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim View Post
???

I don't remember hearing that we've traded Hasselbeck to the Saints, Panthers, Bucs, or Falcons...

Whoops South = West. The Niners and Rams suck, and the Cards have a secondary like swiss cheese.

Anyway Slim, you know your stuff. Agreed on the curious decline of Seattle's defense...they've been run over by some mediocre offenses (Bills, SF).
post #119 of 749
Tough loss. I suppose I had to lose at some point. And worse yet, I lost to a team of bye week scrubs!

Should I try and deal Cutler and Marshall at this point or no reason to panic?

as previously mentioned:
Cutler, Marshall, Welker, Meachem, Peterson, Slaton, Winslow, Prater, Chicago
post #120 of 749
I suppose I still have Kellen Winslow and his swollen testicles to try and get me 8 points tomorrow night if he plays.
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