my opinion is that its too early to trade unless you have an owner that doesnt pay attention and is itchy...there was however an emergance of some players that should be available on the free agent lists...
clevelander wrote:my opinion is that its too early to trade
That's crazy talk. If you can find an owner that's real down on some of the guys who had substandard weeks, you fleece them. Favre is one; Dillon is another; Brady, LT, etc. If you can get them for a lower-than-usual value, do it.
Well, some targets on my team that I know did awful and you could probably get discounted are Manning and Favre, both scored next to no points and Harrison looked like an average WR. I did personally trade Manning and Favre away last night, but only because yesterday showed me the perils of having a QB/WR combo in your lineup, even if it is the best combo.
I agree with Challie, go after C-Mart. His value is down and in my opinion not deservedly. He will get 2 to 3 times as many carries as LaMont Jordan, and should get decent TD totals.
Also, the Manning/Harrison connection would be nice to get (one of the two anyways), since that offense should be one of the best in the NFL, if not the best. Manning will smarten up, and when he does, Marvin's value will go up simultaneously.
Boston is well worth getting and it's something you could probably pull off. That's why I like C. Martin too.
From my experience, people aren't going to get impulsive and dump 1st round guys - so while it would be great to get guys like Faulk, Harrison, etc. it hardly seems worth mentioning since you'd have to be dealing with some real impulsive idiot and/or rookies to get someone just to give you Faulk without a serious exchange of quality player(s).
... in my opinion, of course - but that should always go without saying.
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