Fantasy Football ?

i just had my draft and i was first person... my roster is this: QB-Marc Bulger RB-LaDainian Tomlinson RB-Duece McAllister RB/WR-Ronnie Brown WR-Marvin Harrison WR-Terrel Owens WR-Deion Branch TE-Jeremy Shockey K-Nate Kaeding DEF-San Diego Chargers Bench-Darrell Jackson WR Bench-Kevin Curtis WR Bench-Chester Taylor RB Bench-Eli Manning QB Bench-Alge Crumpler TE Bench-Michael Turner RB-had to hadcuff LT Bench-Jerry Porter WR Bench-Philadelphia Eagles Def my question is since miami's offense is not that great, that i should trade ronnie brown w/ somebody else to try to get Brandon Jacobs? i really love this kid and i think he is going to go for 1000-1200 yards with 16 TDs. Some sites have him as top 5 steals and some sites have him in top 5 busts.

Asked By: Chris - 8/29/2007
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I am a Giants fan and love Jacobs too. There are also rumors that Brown may lose his job or at least split carries. Remember, Jacobs is also supposed to split carries with Reuben Droughns. But Droughns is now going to get carries at FB, good news for Jacobs. Jacobs will score touchdowns in bunches. Miami has a... More
Answered By: Becks - 8/29/2007
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stick with ronnie he will do better for you throughout the whole season jacobs is hit or miss
Answered By: stretch7823 - 8/29/2007
I'd stick to Ronnie Brown. He is much more involved in the passing game this year, and while I agree that Miami's offense is not that great, Ronnie will be about 85% of it this year.
Answered By: kianvis - 8/29/2007
I've got a couple of players that are on your team, namely LT and Jerry Porter. I would trade Ronnie Brown to someone in your league that is weak at running back. I would also trade Alge Crumpler because I don't think Harrington is going to end up getting it done in the regular season and Crumpler's stats will drop... More
Answered By: gato_del_sol_3 - 8/29/2007
Stay with ronnie, he is more of a weapon as a wide receiver.
Answered By: David P - 8/29/2007
Coach Cam Cameron is going to attempt to make Brown into another LT. Now I'm not saying that Brown will be at the same level but I think at least for this year Brown will be better than Jacobs. If you want more free rankings or just to fantasy experts a question like this go to
Answered By: jonny n - 8/31/2007
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