Okay all, I had the foresight to draft Brady in the second round. I always take a RB in the first. With that said, I am two games up in our work league and by next week I should pull away with a three game lead.
I want to put Brady out for trade for next year (keeper league). My expectations are a 1st or 2nd draft pick along with a mid round pick AND a top 5 RB. The person that would 'get' Brady would have him in 08 AND 09.
Did I set the bar too high? Any other ideas for maximizing Brady for next years FFL?
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This is why I haven't played in a keeper league because I have a hard time comprehending value beyond the current season. I think you should at least be able to get a top 5 back for him but as far as the picks go it depends on what kind of players you can get in a keeper league draft. QB's are easier to replace so I think someone with a top 5 RB is going to be reluctant to pull the trigger if you ask for too much more on top of that in return because replacing that top 5 RB is going to be a tough task. Right now Brady would definately be at the peak of his trade value though.
After the top 5 in RBs it really tails off in point production where after the top 5 in QB the next 10 guys are all pretty much within a few points of each other. Heck, even after Brady 2-5 this year are all pretty close in points too.
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