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Postby Homeless » Mon Sep 08, 2003 4:15 pm

Free Bagel wrote:I went ahead and gave a big one a shot. Proposed Harrison and hambrick for faulk and price.

I'd get faulk and price, think that's too much to give up?

I doubt he'll take it anyhow, the people in my league are stingy as hell when it comes to trading anything they drafted before the 10th round.

If he knows his stuff he wont touch that trade. :-)
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Postby chinch sacs » Mon Sep 08, 2003 10:25 pm

Try to get Edge too...
Fantasy sports are dominated by the 50-50-90 rule.
any time you have a 50/50 choice on something,
90% of the time you'll get it wrong.
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Postby hawksfan896 » Tue Sep 09, 2003 12:17 am

Jimmy Smith might not be a bad one to go after either, he's already missed one game (of four) that didn't hurt you, and now would be the time to go for him before everyone starts talking about his return. And after the Jags loss to Carolina, someone needs to make plays over there. Plus, the suspension isn't like an injury, you know exactly when he'll come back, and he'll be healthy. And if you think the "black mark" caused by the suspension will somehow affect his fantasy numbers or standing with the team, look at Ray Lewis.
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Postby Justifiable_Sin » Tue Sep 09, 2003 1:31 am

Tis never too late nor too early to trade in fantasy football....

True, this early in the season you will likely not push any straight up deals or target scheduling advantages....but as some have said before me.....if there's a sucker to be had in your league...
dont start feeling guilty over his early season blues and depression....
....rob the man blind and make your team that much better.

Every year ....at least "someone" in my league jumps the gun and gives up way too much ....way too early. Personally, I prefer to be the one to exploit that situation .... wouldn't you ?
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Postby Guest » Tue Sep 09, 2003 6:52 pm

I'm in a number of fun leagues and have been trying to make trades like crazy. I've gotten Manning for Brooks and LT for Henry and Faulk for Henry (not as nice a deal). Also Boston for Booker.

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