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Dave B

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16 team league, I have Reggie Bush, Jones-Drew, Deshawn Wynn and now Jesse Chatman. My WRs are weak w/ Burress, Cotchery and I just picked up Chris Henry (Bengals, reinstated week 9).

I offered Wynn and Chatman for Braylon Edwards and Chester Taylor. He countered Bush or Jones-Drew and Wynn for Edwards and Taylor.

I would improve my starting lineup, but give up RB depth and not know if Chatman is worth a darn long term.

If it was Bush/Chatman for Edwards/Taylor is that worth it? I would love to have Burress/Edwards starting, but I dont want to give up my whole team to get there.

I also need to close strong, or it is all irrelavent. Roll the dice or hope Henry pans out to close the year?

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where are both of you in the standings? What is his RB/WR situation? Is it a PPR league?

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I am 2 games out of 1st place. He nothing at RB: Ronnie Brown, Chester Taylor and he is hoping Maroney gets healthy. It is mostly a TD league w/ 3 points for 100 yards.

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With it being TD heavy that makes it a bit tough. Edwards is having a very good year so far and your right paired with Burress would give you a dynamite WR tandem and I think you'd still be ok with Wynn & either Bush/Jones as I believe Wynn was recently named the starter, plus he seems to get goal line carries.

The twist here is you've picked up Henry, who in the last 2 years has 15 tds in 27 games for the Bengals, so he is definately a red zone target for them when he is on the field.

Is rushing and receiving yards combined to get the 3 yardage points or are they separated out? Given you have Bush and Jones-Drew who are dual theats if the points are given out using combined yards I think I'd stay put. If they are separate then I'd be more inclined to take the deal.

Good Luck

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get rid of mjd he's got a sprained knee and splits time w/Freddy"old bones"Taylor....hurry

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