anth wrote:the only reason a trade should be vetoed is if one team is tanking to try to help another team. This doesn't sound like that's happening. You can't regulate stupidity and you can't force someone to value a player the same as you
Randy Moss is a legitimate player and Team A can actually possible improve with this trade if the upgrade from his worst starting WR to Moss gets him more than LT down to Gary. How can that be vetoable? What if Moss outperforms LT (look at 2000 and 2001 stats to see if that's possible)? What do you tell the owner of Team A after he misses the playoffs in that scenario? "Sorry"?
Also, as somebody who watched that Charger game on Sunday, I can say that the Bolts' offensive line looks inept. This shouldn't happen, LT should certainly get his with a coach committed to the running game. But another 2-3 games like this last one and Team A will have been lucky to get Moss for LT in any league.
Team B hasn't won the league just yet. How many preseason #1 and #2 RBs end up both in the Top 5? Maybe a lot, but what I'm saying that they are far from guaranteed to win your championship.
All of that being said, TEAM B IS FLEECING TEAM A. This isn't at vetoable level. But we'd all agree that Team B really got himself a sweet trade. If I were you, I'd be jealous, but wouldn't even bring up a veto. First thing I would do would be to try to construct Team A's next trade ... with you.
... in my opinion, of course - but that should always go without saying.
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