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#1

My buddy and I went back and forth on this trade. Dynasty PPR. Start 1qb 2rb 2wr 1 TE 2 flex def and kicker.

Zach Ertz for Tevin Coleman and Mike Williams.

I will not say which side I am on, what do you all think is the better side of what trade.


#2

I personally see that as good value for Ertz long term. However, if I were the Ertz owner, and was in “win now mode”, I probably would not do it unless I owned another top 5 TE to replace him. Then again, I AM in “win now mode” and traded away all of my TE assets (Graham and Engram) this summer for dynasty picks 1.02 and 1.03 so… Haha. Most TEs are replaceable/streamable, however Gronk, Kelce and Ertz are not IMO.


#3

Not a Mike Williams believer, never liked him. His measurables do not bode well for his style of play and I don’t see him succeeding at the NFL level. And with Coleman, i get that the upside is there of him potentially going somewhere and potentially being a lead back but that’s is just way too many ifs. There’s also a chance he lands in a worse offense still with RBBC. Ertz is a pretty solid stud at a position where there is a huge drop off after him and he’s only 27 so still has 3-4 years of really productive seasons left in a great offense with one of the leagues top QBs who has him as his favorite target.

I would take Ertz side of this trade all day and probably never look back.


#4

Fair trade offer.

I fall on the Coleman Williams side. But it is team specific. Shipping an RB and WR for a TE tells be one team needed TE help and the other WR and RB help. If not, then trade is lateral for value and not necessary.


#5

I’d probably do the deal of I were the Ertz owner, if I’d already seen what’s out there and not been offered something better. It’s a solid deal and Coleman offers you something Ertz can’t, which is a viable cornerstone piece. I don’t see Ertz being exceptional forever. His value will never be as high as it is right now.


#6

If the trade made your team better, don’t look back. Each trade is unique to each team and league. Everyone is always critical. People will always give their opinions on a trade you make. But it’s your league, your team, your trade.


#7

I am the Coleman and Williams owner. I like ertz a lot and I am in a position to win it. In fact I already have Gronk st TE. I just really like ertz and believe in his talent but can’t over pay for a TE. He accepted the offer via text and then backed out so I had to see if I was low-balling… I appreciate all the help


#8

Honestly I would prefer the players you already have, but if you believe in Ertz that much then go for it. I’ve been burned on the Ertz hype train before so I’m a little biased, and while he is one of the top tight ends, I think he’s being overvalued right now.


#9

I understand this is done, but I like the Coleman / Williams side. I think Ertz is good, but I do not think he is massively over the others in the field. Perhaps more opportunity to deliver, which admittedly is something. But I like the upside of Coleman (early camp news granted) and I think M. Williams and LAC will be much better than many are thinking. True, that you could have a TE to play as opposed to RB/WR that might only be FLEX plays, but their upside IMHO is higher and I think we have seen Ertz’s ceiling.