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Looking to Trade for Newton. What should I offer?

Postby JeterFlips2Cano » Wed Aug 29, 2012 11:38 am

Hey everyone. So, my office is having a pay fantasy league and the draft was last night. QBs went early. Super early. 4 in the first round alone (Rodgers, Brady, Brees, Newton) and two additional ones before my 2nd pick (Stafford, E. Manning). Because of this, I decided to load up on RBs and hope I could grab a serviceable QB later on. Originally, I was going to get Romo, but he ended up going the pick before mine, so I was left with Roethlisberger. One of the girls who works here is open to a trade, so I'm thinking about offering up something for Newton. Pretty standard scoring. Only deviations are 5 extra points at 300 passing yards, 3 points for 100 rushing yards, 5 points for 100 receiving yards, 5 points for 40+ yard receptions, and 1 PPR. What do you think I should try and offer?

My team:

QB - Roethlisberger
WR - AJ Green
WR - Harvin
RB - Rice
RB - Forte
TE - Fred Davis
FLEX - DeMarco Murray
K - Bailey
DST - Philly

BN - DeSean Jackson
BN - Denarius Moore
BN - CJ Spiller
BN - Christian Ponder
BN - Mendenhall
BN - Hightower

Her Team:

QB - Newton
WR - Roddy White
WR - Nicks
RB - McGahee
RB - Shonn Greene
TE - Gresham
FLEX - Andy Dalton
K - Akers
DST - 49ers

BN - Heyward-Bey
BN - Sam Bradford
BN - Blount
BN - Randall Cobb
BN - Mark Sanchez
BN - Dustin Keller

So, she obviously isn't hurting on QBs. Plus, she is a Cincinnati fan, so I think she would be a little more willing to part with Newton and start Dalton. She is definitely hurting at RB too, so I am thinking some sort of deal where I throw one of my RBs into the mix.

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