Archive for the ‘Trading post’ Category

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Russell Wilson was one of last season’s fantasy heroes, but in 2013 he hasn’t been able to capture that same magic. However, with his upcoming schedule, Wilson is about to turn his fantasy season around.

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C.J. Spiller hasn’t lived up to his first-round draft pick status in fantasy leagues, creating an opening for you to potentially acquire one of the game’s most explosive talents.

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Each week I’ll explore the trade market, and who you should be either buying or selling as stocks rise and fall. After two disappointing weeks, Tom Brady’s value has taken a hit, creating a rare opportunity to acquire him in a trade.

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Each week I’ll explore the trade market, and who you should be either buying or selling as stocks rise and fall. After his Monday night performance in Week 1, this is your chance to trade Michael Vick before he ends up on the trainer’s table.

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In this, our last trading post of the year, I’d like to start by congratulating all those who tried to carry out any of the suggestions laid out here. Owners that only build through the draft and the waiver wire are severely limiting the potential of their team.

We had some good times in the trading post – escaping the sinking ship named Darren McFadden and jumping on board the Doug Martin train a little earlier than most. However, those were countered by some very remorseful Sundays. Trading for Larry Fitzgerald and Eli Manning are two pieces of advice that continue to haunt me and my teams to this day.

Enough about the blunders of the past – with trade deadlines sounding all over the continent, it’s time to get down to business…

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Fantasy trade deadlines are around the corner, meaning it’s time to get active since this will be your last chance to make significant changes to your roster.

In this week’s edition of the Trading Post, we get ready to cut ties with a very productive quarterback, and we seize the opportunity to dump an unreliable running back.

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In this week’s trading post, we take a look at one quarterback who is about to break out of a funk and a running back who has found his stride.

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