Allen Robinson :: AROB

(9/29/16) Folks, he is going to get talked about on this Stock Market feature weekly until he bounces back, just like you kept seeing Devonta Freeman listed here over and over until he finally had his bounce-back outing last week (200 total yards and 1TD). Same thing here. AROB stock will rebound, as the guy is a top 4-7WR moving forward (in dynasty and redraft). Buy low! Some fantasy owners just don’t trade, so you can’t always land players like this, but if he is sitting on a team where that owner is losing and is willing to make deals each year, strike before he goes the way of Devonta Freeman and bounces back!



Eddie Lacy :: LACY

(9/29/16) Eddie Lacy a sell-high? Why? He was a … Read Entire Write-Up


Lamar Miller :: MILLER

(9/28/16) Lamar Miller hasn’t been scoring like most fantasy owners had hoped … Read Entire Write-Up


Amari Cooper :: COOP

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  1. Smitty Smitty on September 29, 2016 at 2:49 am


    • Avatar Zinkel on September 29, 2016 at 7:33 am

      I have a guy that offered me lacy and either Dixon, Smallwood or d Washington (Oakland) for ware and Washington (Detroit). Thoughts and if a good buy…which one of the three?

      • Smitty Smitty on September 30, 2016 at 6:22 am

        That’s tough, as any of these guys could prove themselves. It’s almost a no win trade. Ware is the now. The today, and that may or may not change in a week. No one knows, so it’s hard to say, it’s like taking a stab in the dark guessing if this is his last big week. He may win the job, Jamaal could get hurt fast. I’d say Lacy/Dixon or Lacy/Smallwood is likely worth more, but it’s to tough to predict a fall for Ware. Take this one to the forums. Just so you know, I love Dixon most, but Smallwood and Washington (DET) have huge ceilings, too.

  2. Avatar footballchix on September 30, 2016 at 10:43 pm

    Anybody think its getting close to selling Demarco Murray?

    • Smitty Smitty on October 2, 2016 at 8:04 pm

      It’s a good question, and wanting to sell high doesn’t mean you predict a total decline either, it’s just smart management if your team needs multiple pieces for one, or if you can get your hands on an undervalued player that you may rank higher that is now attainable for just a short period of time (like Gurley for example, or Hopkins). Always test trade waters when a player is playing out of their mind, and especially when that player has a touch of injury worry like DMurray.

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