We all know the pain of holding onto that stud player too long as their production evaporates and your once highly-priced asset is essentially worthless. There are also plenty of cases of players being sold expecting that decline only to go on defying the odds. This series will examine what you should do as players approach these decision points.
Amari Cooper, WR CLE
Cooper's career has been wild. He has had three teams through eight years, and despite never truly producing superstar numbers, he has been remarkably consistent as a WR2/3. However, he is now 29 years old, and there is a question mark over the quarterback situation and whether Deshaun Watson can replicate his previous form. So is this the last chance to get out from Cooper before the bottom falls out, or should you ride his consistency to a title?