#1 By: Robert Strong, January 18th, 2018 11:40
I'm wondering how to handle Dez Bryant. I've been trying to trade him in the one league I have him in and have had 0 bites. Its a superflex devy league and the offers are just way low. I've received offers of
Equanimeous St. Brown (ESB)+Zay Jones for Dez
ESB+3.04+5.04, for Dez
Bryan Edwards, Bo Scarbrough, Leonte Carroo, Keelan Cole for Dez and Jonnu Smith
Bryan Edwards, Bo Scarbrough, Leonte Carroo, Keelan Cole, 2.06 for Dez and Jordan Reed
To me it seems Dez has to be worth more than just a few flyers but is this really what his value has dropped to?
#2 By: bmoff, January 18th, 2018 12:16
@StrongIAm I feel your pain on this one. Obviously his value has declined somewhat, but his perceived value in dynasty is probably even lower. If you aren't happy with any deals you're seeing now, I would wait and see if he rebounds after the offseason (either training camp or in-season) and try to trade him to a contender who maybe needs some flex help. Or, you bite the bullet and trade him on the cheap. I don't really love any of those trades, but the first one would be my first choice of the ones you listed.
#3 By: Zuperfan, January 31st, 2018 12:26
As a fellow Dez owner, I definitely feel your pain. I've been trying to deal him for over a year and have never been satisfied with lowball offers I've gotten, though at this point I'm kind of wishing I had taken one of them last offseason when I could still get a 1st + something.
Unless a great offer comes from out of the blue, I'm taking @bmoff 's advice -- waiting until pre-season or mid-season and hoping he strings a couple good games together to make him worth something to a contender.