Is James Jones WR Green Bay a better option than Reggie Brown WR Philly, long term?
I have Jones available in FA wire and I have Brown on my team as a reserve #3 WR. Would I be better served droping Brown for Jones over the long haul? I know Jones is the #2 WR in Green Bay but he has had some good games and GB seems to be more of a passing offense. Reggie Brown has been playing better lately so I am a little hesitant to let him go because our league is so thin on good available WR's. What do you guys think.
- ProtoLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
I'd go with Jones. Favre targets him a lot, and the GB passing attack relies more on the WRs than Philly which sometimes seems to revolve around Westbrook catching the ball out of the backfield. Besides, Jones is a rare physical specimen who's just learning the pro game and will only improve as time goes on. He's got much more upside long-term.
Maybe keep both and dump a backup TE, backup team defense or handcuff RB?
- Anonymous1 decade ago
It really is a tough question. I would have to say James Jones, since he has already established himself and GB likes to pass more than the Eagles. Also, its obvious that even though he is the number two reciever in Philly, Kevin Curtis is McNabb's first target then he looks to his TE and finally to Reggie Brown. I would leave Brown and take Jones.