As someone who frequently will trade with lesser equipped teams, offering them a 2-for-1 and then making a FA aquisition to fill my open spot ... I think this is a very fair trade. The blended value of the two RB's are equal to the output of Peterson. Not to mention, neither are the same kind of injury risk Peterson is, regardless of how well he has bounced back from his ACL injury.
Not to mention, what is up with people emailing the commissioner to veto a trade, when every team in the league is given the ability to review & cast a veto vote on the trade. If the majority agrees, trade is vetoed. If the majority find the trade to be fair, it passes. Why do people feel the need to bypass a logical democratic process throughout the league, and instead expect their single complaint to be catered to and something be done to keep them happy?
DO NOT VETO TRADE!!! STAND YOUR GROUND!!!
I had a similar issue on vetoes that I just posted on and would love feedback. This all happened in the past 24 hours and will prob make you feel lucky this is all you have to deal with hahaviewtopic.php?t=529909