Okay, so I have a good number of RBs (although Julius Jones is a tad bit shaky right now), but have Boldin, Housh, and Stallworth at WR, and thus am pretty bad there. I want to swing a deal to trade an RB for a WR...so I see this guy who started Droughns and Staley last week. He has Betts on his bench along with Jerome Bettis. He has Harrison, Santana, Hines Ward, and Moulds at WR (start three with a flex), so I figure that we may very well work out a deal.
However, he tells me that it is a matter of principle for him to not trade with any teams that have better records than him. Pardon me, but I don't get it. Yes, I am in 2nd place in record, but I am actually only 6th in points scored. In addition, if it's a trade that will benefit both, why does it matter who he's trading with?
Any of y'all have any input/experiences with this?
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