my roommate is trying to do the same thing. that's a hard call. cincinnati's offense looks absolutely horrible this year, but their stats aren't that far off of last year's numbers. and dillon's numbers are comparable to last year's as well (only one 100 yd game and 3 lackluster ones... although no 10 yd outing). dillon has always been off and on, but yet he still gets 1200+ yds a season. but, i will admit, something feels different about the team this year and it may end up being a tough one for dillon. so, i'm not sure if you will be able to trade dillon and get someone you will be comfortable with. i mean, he's still corey dillon, but his stock (and cincy's) is pretty low right now. if you knew that a jamel white would keep getting the touches throughout the remainder of the season, i would say possibly go for something like that. but a move like that could backfire easily. and i don't think you will be able to trade for a big name back right now.