It's a Yahoo 12 team h2h dynasty league. I just got an offer which is quiet interesting. The guy sent me Calvin/Dez/M.Ryan for my CJ and Garcon. I really love CJ but this trade might be able to rebuild my team in near future since my team doesn't look too good now. Please check my rosters and let me know your thought. Any advice is much appreciated.
QB Philip Rivers WR Jerricho Cotchery WR Pierre Garcon WR Mario Manningham RB Chris Johnson RB Carnell Williams TE Zach Miller W/R/T Mike Williams BN Bernard Scott BN Sam Aiken BN Steve Breaston BN Brandon Gibson BN Jerome Harrison BN Matt Hasselbeck BN Dennis Northcutt BN Willie Parker BN Kevin Smith BN Limas Sweed BN Jeremy Maclin BN Ben Tate BN Brandon Tate BN Deji Karim (Jac - RB)
absolutly not, keep CJ, never trade him, you shouldn't even trade him here if garcon wasn't even in the pictur, thi trade is completely one sided against you. ...CJ is much better than calvin, and gracon is much better than dez....dez hasn't even played in a nfl game yet.
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I think you should revisit this trade come midseason depending on where your team is at in the standings by then. If you are ready to gear up for next season, then I'd say pull the trigger on this trade.
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mattpullman wrote:I would do the trade. CJ Spiller could be a great running back but two GREAT wide receivers and a franchise quarterback for a stud running back in a relatively muddled situation and a wide receiver who is a product of his system and could be replaced with a first or second round pick anytime in the next three years, I have to say I take that trade. It might not happen this year, but I foresee Calvin Johnson being one of the best receivers in the history of the game. I honestly believe at the end of his career it will be a debate as to who's better, he or Jerry Rice. Stafford may or may not be the guy that will deliver him the ball, but Calvin Johnson will be an excellent talent for literally a decade and then some. Dez Bryant, incredibly talented, in a situation where no matter what it will be a competitive environment, and will have a starting job rather soon.
I have to say, pull the trigger.
If your league is something standard, you could have 2/3 of your WR covered for just about ever.
Then again this is just my opinion, and in the end, I believe you should go with whatever you feel comfortable doing.