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Willing to trade RG3

Postby Blueberries » Wed Sep 26, 2012 2:57 pm

I may be looking to sell high on RG3, since i dont think he will finish the season on his 2 feet.
My goal is also to upgrade at WR.
I'm thinking about making this offer: RG3, Crabtree and Seattle D, for Aaron Rodgers, Greg Jennings aund Buffalo D (I already have Houston D anyway...)
Before the season,there's no way i could make that offer. Now, the other guy may be willing to do it, since both GB players are playing bad and he's 0-3.
But should i make the offer or keep my hot QB and ride him longer?
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Re: Willing to trade RG3

Postby Blueberries » Wed Sep 26, 2012 5:21 pm

Anyone?
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Re: Willing to trade RG3

Postby joelackey92 » Wed Sep 26, 2012 5:31 pm

Fantasy-wise, Robert Griffin is the best player in the NFL right now. Although having Aaron Rodgers and Greg Jennings on your starting roster may be appealing, they're clearly not producing. Matter of fact, right now, Andrew Luck has more fantasy points than Aaron Rodgers, and Cecil Shorts has more fantasy points than Greg Jennings. Teams clearly have no idea how to stop Griffin. He's faster than Cam Newton AND is a better passer. Keep him for a little while longer or until Rodgers and Jennings get it into gear.
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