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Too early to rebuild? WHIR

Postby woods_opc » Thu Sep 20, 2012 10:23 pm

0-2 to start the year and could easily be 0-3 after this week. It is a 14 team league but 8 teams make the playoffs. Is it too early to throw in the towel?

I have an offer on the table:

Steve Johnson & Morris

for

Randall Cobb, First and Third Rounder next year. It is a keeper league so this is like a 5th and 7th rounder.

Thoughts?

Brady
Wallace, Jennings, S. Johnson, Jeffery
AP, Spiller, Morris, D. Williams, M. Bush, Hunter, Gerhart
Daniels
Hartley
Cincy
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Re: Too early to rebuild? WHIR

Postby Mean One » Thu Sep 20, 2012 10:35 pm

I would do it for the draft picks next year. You keep 4 players and I don't see you keeping Steve Johnson, Alfred Morris or Randall Cobb for next season. Minus any further trades, your current keepers are AP, Spiller, Wallace and possibly Brady so this trade will help next year. You lose in the WR department unless you can find a starting WR for now in free agency and drop Jeffery.
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Re: Too early to rebuild? WHIR

Postby voodooman » Thu Sep 20, 2012 10:43 pm

I think it's too early for you to give up on the season, I'm pretty sure you would be able to make the same trade if you end up at 0-4 or 0-5. See where these next few weeks take you, your team on paper is very solid, especially for a 14 team league.

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