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Postby shippityship » Sat Oct 20, 2012 5:20 am

team 1 gives dez bryant and lynch

team 2 gives colston and t richardson

whos side do you like?
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Re: pretty big trade need advice

Postby Whatyoumean » Sat Oct 20, 2012 5:28 am

pretty fair trade but i would lean towards richardson and colston...

cowboys will face a decent amount of soft pass defenses down the road...so bryant should put up numbers, but at the same time...new orleans is in a shootout practically every game and their d is so bad they'll be trailing often...resulting in more and more passing
personally i like both backs and both teams are centered around those two guys really...but i like richardson more...seattle always seems to be in fg contest games



please return the favor bruh...

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Re: pretty big trade need advice

Postby shippityship » Sat Oct 20, 2012 6:29 am

yea i thought it was pretty close... what does everyone think of the trade if team 1 adds roethlesberger and team 2 adds peyton?
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pretty big trade need advice

Postby rubiks » Sat Oct 20, 2012 8:15 am

I like the dez lynch side better but iffy since dez has groin injury. Not a huge fan of colston and Richardson.

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Re: pretty big trade need advice

Postby Mean One » Sat Oct 20, 2012 8:57 am

I like the Colston/Richardson side of the deal long-term. Dez (when healthy) can't be counted on at this point in his career to be a consistant producer on the field. And Lynch is battling Father Time with back, knee and other ailments/injuries that go along with his sudden success the past few years in Seattle.

If you decide to add Roethlisberger (Team 1) and Peyton (Team 2) to the deal it definitely swings the momentum to Team 2. ;-D
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