If I believed him, I'd void the trade. You are under no obligation to do so, as it was his mistake, but FF is supposed to be good-natured fun. I've never bought in to the win at all costs mentality. If I genuinely believed he made a mistake, I'd void the trade. If I thought he changed his mind after the fact, or got some outside advice or something, then I'd enforce the accepted trade as it stands. Also, is this a $$$ league? Because that would change the nature of the question, and he might just be stuck whether he made a mistake or not...
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I personally think the trade should stay as is. He made the mistake not you. I think owners need to be aware of what they are doing when making a trade.
This is similar to a trade I made in week 8 and after the season the other guy wanted to change it. I gave my remaing first round pick for Mcfadden. (the other owner offered the trade to me) At the end of the season it turned out to be pick 15 out of 16. He then said he would never give up Mcfadden for that pick, so he was going to void it. Good thing we have 2 commish's and one said, tough, the trade is good.
Being a money league I would say no, the deal stands but as others have said, if it is a friendly league with your buddies, you may want to agree to change the deal. It is just a game and it is only $60.
I say no, A) being a money league and B) I'm assuming there was a waiting period and he had a chance to review the trade after accepted. If he wants it reversed I'd make him petition the commish & league for it. If its a good commish he doesn't do it. JMO.
I don't think you should feel bad about leaving it as is. It's his responsibility to make sure everything is right before he sends the offer out. I double check things way more times than I should have to because I'm anal about making a screw up.
He screwed up.
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Im with everyone else. No way. I know when im making a trade, not only do i sit there and contemplate for a long time, but i also review it over and over and over to the point of beating a dead horse. I doubt this guy made a mistake. How long after the trade was offered did you accept?