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Rice/Welker for Marshall/Decker/McFadden WHIR

Postby dem warriors » Tue Nov 13, 2012 10:38 pm

Should I trade my Rice/Welker for his Marshall/Decker/McFadden? WHIR
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Re: Rice/Welker for Marshall/Decker/McFadden WHIR

Postby ATLbraves » Tue Nov 13, 2012 10:42 pm

That's taking a very big risk on whether or not McFadden will get healthy. I dont think I could do it. Even when he was healthy he wasn't playing that good.




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Re: Rice/Welker for Marshall/Decker/McFadden WHIR

Postby newcombej07 » Tue Nov 13, 2012 10:46 pm

Don't think I could man. I'm uneasy about Marshall without Cutler (look at his career numbers w/o him as his QB) and I agree with the previous poster that you just can't trust DMC to be back and contribute at 100%. It'd have to be a no for me.

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Re: Rice/Welker for Marshall/Decker/McFadden WHIR

Postby winningallthesports » Wed Nov 14, 2012 12:09 am

I don't think you should do it, but it is a tough call. Clear downgrade at RB no question. Rice even beats DMC in targets, receptions, and receiving yards. But the WR trade is interesting. Welker only has one less reception than Marshall so far, but Marshall dominates the overall points battle. Yes Cutler is out, but its only a concussion and he should be back next week. Decker and Torrey Smith are very close in value IMO. Decker gets a few more targets, but Smith is unstoppable at home, and both offenses are rolling right now, so the matchups would dictate who to start each week. Even bearing all that in mind, I think Rice is simply too good to give up. I couldn't even justify offering Richardson instead because DMCs health is too risky.

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Re: Rice/Welker for Marshall/Decker/McFadden WHIR

Postby curtk » Wed Nov 14, 2012 1:24 am

I have both Rice and Welker and would NOT do this. Although I wouldn't count on Cutler (he's had several concussions in his career and the league doesn't mess around with them anymore), Jason Campbell would look for Marshall early and often. Marshall did well last year in Miami without a star QB. On the other hand, McFadden is risky and you'd give up one of the top RBs in football. If McFadden doesn't do well, then you've got issues at RB...

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Re: Rice/Welker for Marshall/Decker/McFadden WHIR

Postby brady4president » Wed Nov 14, 2012 7:06 am

If Dmac was healthy and still playing crappy I would risk it. He isnt healthy though.. Last year his injury was supposed to be quick recovery I traded for him and got burned hard..

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