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Trade Rodgers, Keep Cam Newton?

Postby wbac3 » Tue Sep 13, 2011 2:37 pm

I'm in a 12 team, 2 player keeper league where anyone drafted after r3 or picked off waivers is keeper eligible for no penalty. We often trade draft picks at the deadline, and I made the mistake of going all-in on Frank Gore last year at the deadline, two weeks before he was injured. So with no 2nd or 4th round picks this year, my roster kinda sucks.

QB: Rodgers, Newton
RB: Bradshaw, Ingram, Lynch, Woodhead
WR: Nicks, Rice, Lance Moore, James Jones
TE: Daniels, Perkins

I took Aaron Rodgers in the first round and Cam Newton with the final (bonus round) pick of the draft. With his breakout performance on Sunday, Cam is probably a top keeper candidate in any format. It looks like my only hope for saving this season is to trade Rodgers for a RB/WR combo and roll with Cam the rest of the way come hell or high water.

I've got an offer on the table for Rodgers/Marshawn Lynch for Peyton Hillis/Steve Smith (CAR). Should I pull the string or wait for something better?
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Re: Trade Rodgers, Keep Cam Newton?

Postby monkiesatemybaby » Tue Sep 13, 2011 2:44 pm

I think you can do better. If I'm trading Rodgers I want Charles or Rice...not sure about Hillis. It's not a bad deal, I just think you can do better. Good luck ;-D

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