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A Superflex Life, Volume V: The Superflex Theorem

A Superflex Life continues with a look at the value of quarterbacks in trades in superflex leagues.

Carson Wentz

A Superflex Life continues with a look at the value of quarterbacks in trades in superflex leagues.

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A Superflex Life, Volume V: The Superflex Theorem
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RChance19
1 year ago

Great article, I’ve only read IV and V but I search and can’t find the first three I somehow missed. Can you link them please?

Thanks
Rick

yellowdart24
1 year ago

Good article as usual. The only thing I will mention is that these hypothetical trade scenarios sound good on paper, and I do believe the value assessment is correct, but typically the owners you are trading QBs too have a QB issue because they don’t understand the value of QB. I’m in a 12 team SF league where I have Watson, Ryan, Jones, and Bridgewater (have Trubisky too… argh!). Another owner Rodgers, Fitpatrick and Foles. He asked me if I would be willing to trade Jones. I said sure, and asked for Chark and his 1.10 this year. Not even getting a QB back which I know would be bad for me and he said no chance and was on the fence with Chark straight up. I then casually said Chark and his 2.10 and he said no though I wouldn’t have done that. My point is that though Jones in theory has a lot of value, when you trade with a QB needy team, they don’t understand that value. The only people who understand the value are already set at QB.

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