[quote="Lips"]I'd do it because you have [u][b]after McFadden, all your running backs are equal[/b][/u], you don't lose anything with Ingram. So basically you are trading Britt for AJ. AJ is definitely the better receiver, not miles better, but since Ingram is an extra piece for you, it is worth it.
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This is just wrong on so many levels. Best is a legit starting FF RB. He should end up a top 15 RB. He is NOT in the dreaded RBBC situation that many others are. Ingram is the #1 RB in NO and is also a legit low end #1/high end #2 RB probably finishing somewhere around #15 for the season. Beyond those 2 the rest are pretty much garbage. Michael Bush is worhtless other than as a handcuff to McFadden and you'll never play him unless you lose your one true stud RB. Jacobs is the #2 RB in NYG behind the ESTABLISHED #1 Bradshaw. He'll likely be nothing more than a goal-line vulture and not worthy of starting every week.
You have only 3 legit RBs worthy of being on your starting lineup. Trading one of them leaves you DANGEROUSLY thin at RB and if Best gets hurt like last season then you are effed and the added points from replacing Britt with AJ isn't going to cover the points lost from moving donw from Best to Jacobs. You have legit reasons to be concerned over this and you are actually showing good insight and thinking beyond just the player values.
I would still try and work a deal to get AJ though. I'd try to rework the deal where is an RB and WR for an RB and WR. Try to get him to part with RB whom Ingram will be replacing in HIS lineup. That way you would probably have a better backup option than Jacobs and the trade is actually balanced in a 2 for 2 trade.