Mean One wrote:
I would tend to agree that the 2nd trade was made in haste and you accepted his counter without going back for either Megatron or Morris in return. Wayne is outproducing Megatron at this point in the season but Cobb may not continue his run in GB for the remainder of the season when Jennings and/or Nelson return.
You could have held out and recieved better value in return with both Wayne and Mathews involved as trade bait. I like Ridley but his production will be limited with Vereen and Woodhead involved in the backfield. Mathews has a huge upside with his potential (but has struggled with injuries and fumbles to date) and is a high risk/high reward type player when he explodes on the field. When is the question . . . . . If he goes down on the field with an injury again this trade will work in your favor. But as long as he is starting for SD he has the potential to make plays. His value rests on his ability to stay healthy. And not leave the ball on the ground.
Couldn't agree more with the second trade being made in haste-I'm just addicted to trading lol
But I ended up trading with a different guy(as in not with the team that had Morris and Megatron). I figured I could use Ridley as solid trade bait seeing as how he is #4 in my league. And I'll admit, I sacrificed Wayne seeing as how I never have him in. Regardless, not my best move.
Currently trying to trade one of my QBs and a James Jones for either Brady and Miles Austin, or Rodgers and Fitzgerald