This posting has been changed, which explains the first several replies.
So I inquired about some possible trades to rebuild this team, which looks like Jacobs, Romo and R Williams/Ocho Cinco will be the keepers. It looks like the Bowe owner wants the 4th round pick for him, and the Turner owner wants my first round and third overall plus a middle rounder for him. Would I be better off just starting fresh and hoping to get a Beanie Wells type back with that first pick, or which one of these trades would be better both now and in the long run? It's still very early, and I don't have a good idea of what the first round has been looking like in keeper drafts.
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I think you can keep Jacobs and Romo, but your third is the problem. Here is what I think of them. FWP-final year of his contract, has been banged up the past two years, may split carries with Mendenhall, but I think he will be motivated to play hard for another deal. Roy- hasn't done much since a few years back in Detroit, will he rebound, I'm not sure, if he doesn't then Dallas is in big trouble Chad 8 5- had a off year, admitted to not working out before last season, was hurt all year long, has Palmer back, I think he is going to rebound to have a decent year Evans- finally has someone else to take the pressure of him with TO, o-line is a BIG question mark in Buff, can Trent stay upright long enough to get him the ball? If it is me I'm keeping Ocho Cinco, I really think that he is going to have a rebound year and get back to a top 10 wr.
jacobs, romo, williams. -- roy needs to prove himself and the supporting cast in dallas other than witten is still suspect, despite what people are saying about miles austin. chad's best years are behind him and even if he has a solid season this year, williams has more upside for following years.