I just traded C.Benson/O.Daniels/S.Rice for R.Rice and 2 bums. Good trade? I just picked up Daniels off the waiver wire Wednesday and he won't ever start over V.Davis and I'm not sold on S.Rice becoming a top WR with R.Moss/P.Harvin/AP in MInnesota, nevermind I already have 4 WR that are really good. R.Rice has some great playoff matchups this year (@Houston, New Orleans, @Cleveland) and the Bengals stink so they will have to pass it alot (like they have recently). Smart move?
I don't mind the trade. It's a lot to give up, but it definitely helps your starting lineup. When you're giving up 2 bench players and a starter for an upgrade at that starter position, I'm usually for it. Especially since neither bench player would crack your lineup pretty much ever.
Do it, Benson stinks, S. Rice is unknown, but with harvin and moss cant get that much goin i dont think. HELP ME viewtopic.php?f=18&t=483330
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Perfectly fine with it on my end. Daniels won't play over Davis for you, and Rice won't amount to much IMO with Moss there. You are getting the best player in the deal, which is usually the side I like to be on.
I like the trade, i'm not a big fan of Ray Rice as he is starting to split carries and in general is underperforming, but he is still the best player in this trade. As far as the people saying Benson isn't running as much, I think he is tenth in the league in attempts and is ten or less attempts behind five or six people, meaning he is one of the most used backs in the league. Just pointing that tid bit out.