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Should I Accept any of these Trades? WHIR

Postby Fight On! » Wed Oct 12, 2011 6:46 pm

What do you think of each trade and should I accept any of them?

Trade 1: I Get DeSean Jackson, He Gets: Shonn Greene and Anquan Boldin

Trade 2: I Get Marques Colston, He Gets Shonn Greene

It's a standard scoring, h2h league.

My Roster:

QB: Matthew Stafford
RB: Arian Foster
RB: Beanie Wells
RB/WR: Felix Jones
WR: Calvin Johnson
WR: Anquan Boldin
WR: Mario Manningham
TE: Antonio Gates
D/St: Texans
K: John Kasay
BN: Fred Davis
BN: Tim Tebow
BN: Jackie Battle
BN: Ben Tate
BN: Shonn Greene
BN: Denarius Moore
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Re: Should I Accept any of these Trades? WHIR

Postby moochieh » Wed Oct 12, 2011 6:54 pm

Trade 1 would kill your depth in my opinion. I think Greene and Colston are very similar in ranking so for me it depends if you'd rather have the extra WR or RB to plug in when needed. That is a very fair deal.

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Re: Should I Accept any of these Trades? WHIR

Postby nkgangew » Wed Oct 12, 2011 7:03 pm

Actually, I'd take the second trade. I'm not overly impressed with your WR corp. Boldin and Manningham are doing nothing. And the Raiders have no clue how to use Moore, and with DHB having 2 big games, he may be used less. I'd take Colston. Looking at you WRs, it seems like Colston would start on your team basically every week. So you'd be giving up your 4th best RB (who may rarely make your starting lineup) for a WR who would probably constantly start. That's a good deal in my book. I know that its hard to fully trust a NO WR, but I'd take Colston in my lineup over Boldin, Manningham, and Moore anyday.
EDIT: I don't know how big your league is, but if you play in a 10 team or less, the first trade may not be a bad idea either. Again, you'd be giving up 2 guys who probably wouldn't crack your starting lineup (i really don't like Boldin or Greene...especially Boldin) so this trade wouldn't be so bad. Especially if your not in a deep league cause you can play the wire.

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Re: Should I Accept any of these Trades? WHIR

Postby MadDog36 » Wed Oct 12, 2011 7:13 pm

Colston trade.
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Re: Should I Accept any of these Trades? WHIR

Postby JRoZe628 » Wed Oct 12, 2011 7:27 pm

go with deal #2


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