The first thing you need to do is to identify which team/team need a QB. then see what they have available and whom you are interested in. If they lost Romo but have 3 solid RBs then you might be able to gt their #2 RB for Vick or their #1 RB for Brees.
Ok, this i how you make a trade offer and make it so the other owner CAN'T refuse you. Show him that by making this trade with you that the points he will get from Vick/Brees + his #3 RB (if going for an RB) or his #4 WR (if targeting a WR) >>> his current starting QB (Kitna??) + whatever RB/WR you want in return. If you can do this then it's a win win scenario for both teams and you get to trade a bench player (Vick) to improve your starters. That's HUGE for you. If he is really strong at either RB or WR and can afford to trade one to upgrade at QB then it's also awesome for him. With having CJ, McFadden, Hillis and Wells at RB I Could afford to trade Hillis for AJ and improve my WR's. He had AJ, Ocho, Nicks and Boldin an could afford to trade one for a RB. It was a win win for both of us. Try to do the same. Find an owner with a need for a QB and an abundance at either RB or WR (whichever you need/want the most).
This aint a NYC auto garage, if it aint broke, dont fix it.
12 team redraft: Rivers (Q1), CJ (R1), McFadden (R2), B Wells (R3), Caddy (R4), Forsett (R5), AJ (W1), Fitz (W2), Royal (W3), Sims-Walker (W4), V Jax (W5), V Davis (T1), Kaeding (K1), Jets (D1)