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Re: Which Trade Should I Choose WHIR!

Postby pedigo328 » Thu Nov 01, 2012 5:01 pm

KIDA26 wrote:
I agree with you. take the deal.

Haha thank ya bud, I feel we're sharing much alike brain waves.
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RB: M. Lynch, R. Rice, A. Morris (B. Powell, R. Grant)
WR: A.J. Green, E. Decker (M. Williams, A. Brown, D. Moore)
TE: J. Graham
K: L. Tynes
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Re: UPDATED: Which Trade Should I Choose WHIR!

Postby fierro33 » Thu Nov 01, 2012 5:05 pm

U know what ur getting with ray rice......mathews is still a mystery. all the talent in the world but norv isnt using him full time.He doesnt even play on 3rd downs or hurry up offense.

i love roddy white but D moore is very serviceable.

id do this deal in a heartbeat....ray rice is elite.

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Re: UPDATED: Which Trade Should I Choose WHIR!

Postby sabomnim » Thu Nov 01, 2012 10:15 pm

Id do the trade with Mathews. He won't stay healthy
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Re: UPDATED: Which Trade Should I Choose WHIR!

Postby sportster » Sat Nov 03, 2012 8:31 pm

Hi I think you would be giving up too much for Ray Rice even though he is so good,
but if you're determined to do so I would rather trade Ryan Matthews over Morris.
So the first Trade is the best.I think you want to keep Morris.
Thanks for your help. Hope this helps and Good Luck.
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Re: UPDATED: Which Trade Should I Choose WHIR!

Postby broseph jacobs » Sat Nov 03, 2012 9:45 pm

Oh my God, you HAVE to take this deal!

Matthews isn't only injury prone; he's also fumble prone. Everyone here is right: Rice is a game-changer. Getting him through ALMOST any trade is a good idea. With your squad, it's a great one. The Ravens haven't been what they were last year, and likely won't come anywhere near the AFC Championship game this year; but do you really think they're going to dry up Rice's touches and leave the game in Flacco's hands? (Esp on the road, where he is repeatedly awful?). Rice is a locked, match-proof RB1 week in and week out. There aren't many fantasy football players - in ANY position - with that kind of value.

You're getting rid of White who, as you know, can be a bit of a hit or miss. I like him this week because they are at home, but whenever they are on the road it's Julio who gets the targets. Maybe just a weird coincidence. Either way, you can't feel fully confident with him as far as weekly production goes. (I am spoiled in this regard because I drafted Decker and traded for Thomas; I couldn't imagine trotting one out and seeing the other get all the points in a given week.)

The fact that you are getting Denarius out of this trade is just a bonus, and a decent one at that! By my calculations I have D Moore as the 26th ranked WR in standard-scoring, non-PPR leagues in the second half of the year. That might not sound great, but it's in good company and ahead of S Johnson, S Smith, A Johnson, T Smith, and other players withOUT the last names Smith or Johnson.

This is a no-brainer. GO FOR IT!

Oh, and if you have a minute, mind commenting on my trade options? (Although, after the reminder about Decker's schedule and the Decker/Thomas combo, I'm pretty sure I won't do this trade) viewtopic.php?t=528590
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