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WR & RB Issue

Postby Dublin1 » Thu Sep 22, 2011 10:45 pm

Just need some advice. Here is my team:

QB: Josh Freeman & Rex Grossman
WR: M. Manningham, V. Jackson, D. Branch, S. Smith & R. Cobb
RB: R. Mendenhall, S. Jackson, E. Graham, & D. Ward
TE: J. Witten

I was offered J. Starks for V. Jackson but I said no because Starks was not even a starter for the other team and Jackson is just playing too well to give up.

I am considering offering a trade to improve my RB situation. I plan to propose Mario Manningham for either Darren McFadden (ideally) or BenJarvus Green-Ellis. What do you think?

If you could move Mario Manningham, what RB would you request in return? Should I consider trading R. Cobb say for J. Starks?

Cheers!
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Re: WR & RB Issue

Postby Jeff Kearns » Thu Sep 22, 2011 11:03 pm

Good move to not give up Jackson for Starks, but if you can get Starks for Cobb, go for it.

And if you can get McFadden or the Law-Firm for Manningham, you made a good deal. If you get McFadden, you should be arrested for robbery because you just stole from someone lol
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Re: WR & RB Issue

Postby GreenBowlPackers » Thu Sep 22, 2011 11:26 pm

Every trade you've mentioned seems kinda lopsided.

LawFirm for Manningham might work though, if Mario's head checks out. Even that seems like a reach though, Manningham isn't a special WR and LawFirm is a decent RB2
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