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Megatron for J Nelson or Rice? WHIR

Postby msimmons » Sat Oct 27, 2012 10:49 am

Considering trading Calvin Johnson for Nelson or Rice based on playoff schedule and current performance
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Re: Megatron for J Nelson or Rice? WHIR

Postby ScissorMeTimbers » Sat Oct 27, 2012 11:11 am

At this point I would, Jordy Nelson is producing really well and GB has a pretty easy schedule. Ray Rice has been slightly more intermittent but still worth the trade in my opinion.

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Re: Megatron for J Nelson or Rice? WHIR

Postby TheBeaker » Sat Oct 27, 2012 11:34 am

Rice is the better bet overall. They always give him a lighter load for the first half of the season then ramp it up towards the end. Nelson is just up and down.

That being said if the guy who has rice trades him for megatron hes off his rocker.

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Re: Megatron for J Nelson or Rice? WHIR

Postby i_b_sparks » Sat Oct 27, 2012 11:42 am

I'd trade Calvin for Jordy or Rice. At this point, Calvin is hurting you each week more than he is helping. Defenses have adjusted a little bit to Calvin I think and The Lion's coaching staff have to counter-adjust and figure something out to get their offense going. Also, Detroit has a brutal schedule the rest of the way that is going to cause them fits offensively. Assuming this is a re-draft, I say do it.
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