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Brady, Mathews for Peterson

Postby Falim » Wed Nov 07, 2012 4:28 pm

Which is the best side. 8 team standard scoring with 1QB, 2 RB, 2 WR, 1 Flex (RB/WR/TE).

Team 1 (3-6, 1 game behind 4th place for playoff spot)
QB: Flacco
RB: Rice, Peterson, McGahee, Charles, Redman
WR: Andre Johnson, Vincent Jackson, DeSean Jackson, Bowe, Floyd, Hartline
TE Vernon Davis, Celek
D/ST: Chargers
K: Barth

Team 2 (7-1-1, has playoff spot)
QB: Brady, Luck
RB: Forte, Martin, Mathews, Jonathan Stewart
WR: Harvin, Cobb, Lloyd, Torrey Smith, Lance Moore, Antonio Brown
TE: Graham, Gates
D/ST: Texans
K: Janikowski

Give: Brady, Mathews
Get: Peterson
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Re: Brady, Mathews for Peterson

Postby offthebeatnpath » Wed Nov 07, 2012 4:32 pm

I would say Team 2 would have the most roster improvement from this trade, given they still have a viable Qb but upgrade essentially, their flex spot, with Peterson.

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Re: Brady, Mathews for Peterson

Postby goose in my step » Wed Nov 07, 2012 6:13 pm

offthebeatnpath wrote:I would say Team 2 would have the most roster improvement from this trade, given they still have a viable Qb but upgrade essentially, their flex spot, with Peterson.

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ditto
i dont like the qb downgrade for team1. even if they get AP

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Re: Brady, Mathews for Peterson

Postby joof007 » Wed Nov 07, 2012 6:30 pm

Seems like a pretty even trade in my eyes. Team 1 gets a much-needed upgrade at QB and a bit of RB depth (although I'm not high on Matthews), while Team 2 gets a substantial downgrade at QB but a perhaps equal upgrade at FLX.

If I was Team 2, I would hardball a bit and offer only Brady for Peterson (at least at first), knowing Team 1 badly needs a QB upgrade.

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Re: Brady, Mathews for Peterson

Postby MattEMS911 » Wed Nov 07, 2012 7:31 pm

I think it's a fair trade. Wow, Forte Martin and AP that would be sick ;)
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Re: Brady, Mathews for Peterson

Postby nyr199435 » Wed Nov 07, 2012 8:24 pm

It's definitely a fair deal overall, but Team 2 is the clear winner since they'll still have Luck going but also have AP.
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Re: Brady, Mathews for Peterson

Postby prophecy135 » Wed Nov 07, 2012 10:35 pm

joof007 wrote:Seems like a pretty even trade in my eyes. Team 1 gets a much-needed upgrade at QB and a bit of RB depth (although I'm not high on Matthews), while Team 2 gets a substantial downgrade at QB but a perhaps equal upgrade at FLX.

If I was Team 2, I would hardball a bit and offer only Brady for Peterson (at least at first), knowing Team 1 badly needs a QB upgrade.

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I agree with this, I might see if he's desperate enough to go for just Brady.
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Re: Brady, Mathews for Peterson

Postby jcwooddy » Thu Nov 08, 2012 8:47 am

I think this is a fair trade, but the side that gets AP is the better side.

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