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Re: Big Trade -- Foster and Rodgers, etc. (WHIR...a lot!)

Postby skratchmo » Wed Oct 17, 2012 11:32 pm

In a QB heavy league I think you make this trade. Lynch is a step down from Foster obviously but he should fill in just fine. Rodgers is a big upgrade at QB and if last week is any indication of things to come it should pay off in a big way.

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Re: Big Trade -- Foster and Rodgers, etc. (WHIR...a lot!)

Postby tarheeldave » Thu Oct 18, 2012 12:06 am

ya id say do this and then try to trade cam. maybe you can package him with lynch and get someone like ray rice?


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Re: Big Trade -- Foster and Rodgers, etc. (WHIR...a lot!)

Postby Chaoyi Shih » Thu Oct 18, 2012 2:12 am

probably won't do it unless you can figure something like Newton/Lynch for better RB/WR/TE later on

Rodgers is definitely one of the best QB you can get, however, if you switch big ben and newton depends on schedule, you might be not too far away from Rodger's production. (except week 6)

i still think the trade is pretty even after all, but buying Rodgers at his peak time might lead to disappointment.

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Re: Big Trade -- Foster and Rodgers, etc. (WHIR...a lot!)

Postby DC5SB » Thu Oct 18, 2012 3:06 am

I say do it. Green Bay never runs the ball enough to actually hinder them passing. Rodgers always airs it out. And I think should put up another 40+ td season, and lynch gets over 20 carries a game. I say go for it. You don't have anything to lose...except the league. lol

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Re: Big Trade -- Foster and Rodgers, etc. (WHIR...a lot!)

Postby pocrates » Thu Oct 18, 2012 10:47 am

I agree with previous posts - make this trade...now.
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Re: Big Trade -- Foster and Rodgers, etc. (WHIR...a lot!)

Postby mycuccismells » Thu Oct 18, 2012 11:02 am

Dont do it. Lynch has a brutal schedule moving forward including 2 dates with SF, MIN, MIA, CHI, ARI who are all tough defensively against the run. Thats 6 tough matchups and he still has his bye week left which leaves you with 7 questionable weeks out of the 10 remaining. Foster is matchup proof and gives you just about 20 a game every single week no matter what where lynch has those games but has a lot of 10-12 points games too.

Ben is having a good season putting up top 5 numbers so far so hes not a bad guy to have and with their RBs and defense getting beat up they could have to air it out more. Seems like your league is horrible for a running QB though so maybe try and package Cam up with a middle of the road player and get someone like Peyton
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Re: Big Trade -- Foster and Rodgers, etc. (WHIR...a lot!)

Postby btsoumas » Thu Oct 18, 2012 11:04 am

With the QB heavy league I would do it, and then try and trade Cam to get someone else
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Re: Big Trade -- Foster and Rodgers, etc. (WHIR...a lot!)

Postby cbs525 » Thu Oct 18, 2012 7:08 pm

I would not make that trade.. Big Ben and Cam could have huge weeks and Foster is doing amazing right now. I wouldnt give him up.
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Re: Big Trade -- Foster and Rodgers, etc. (WHIR...a lot!)

Postby bunnnnny » Fri Oct 19, 2012 10:49 am

Easy accept. QB heavy league and you get the best QB.
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Re: Big Trade -- Foster and Rodgers, etc. (WHIR...a lot!)

Postby kronik85 » Fri Oct 19, 2012 4:30 pm

i would do it. i'm in a 6pt / td, 1ppr, 25yd/1 league (so your scoring favors the trade) and would probably just sit tight in my league (although now i'm considering offering the owner of lynch/aaron this trade, as i have foster/ben, lol). however with your scoring, i think it swings in favor of rodgers/lynch. rodgers' schedule is going to get easier and foster has been getting ALOT of work, not so sure he goes into the ff playoffs totally healthy.
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