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trade advise - warner for atrain and mcnair?

Postby bluestone » Wed Sep 04, 2002 1:37 pm

Any advise on trading Warner for either A-train and McNair or Tomlinson and McNair?

my team:

warner
fiedler

dillion
hearst
portis
bettis

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Postby terpfan » Wed Sep 04, 2002 1:59 pm

this is close. im gonna say no just because warner is the best qb and its hard to trade that away... look for a better offer...
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pass on this one

Postby calninerfan » Wed Sep 04, 2002 2:04 pm

:-t

With the Ram's offensive line, Warner should stay healthy all season long, and as a result, will be far better than McNair. I think the boost you see from A-train over Hearst or whoever you play at RB will be lost when you factor in the drop from Warner to Fiedler (or McNair if you start him)
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Trade.

Postby trentvaughn » Wed Sep 04, 2002 2:47 pm

I would not do it either. Warner is indeed the man. Dillon, Hearst and Portis are going to have a good year. Jerome Bettis is having a tough time, but he always does in the beginning of the year. Playing gets him in shape, and he'll be better in the weeks to come. No reason to pick up A-Train and an inferior QB for the man.

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