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WHIR 100%: I GET RICE AND GRONK FOR MORRIS AND WHITE?

Postby Anelson1030 » Wed Sep 18, 2013 4:54 pm

This is a questionable trade due to the injuries involved. My running backs are Mccoy, Morris, Bell, and Starks right now. My receivers are Nicks, Welker, White, Steve Johnson, and Sidney Rice. Johnson would take whites spot. My tight ends are Kyle Rudolph and Brandon Myers. The ravens dont know when rice will be back, and same for gronk with the pats. What do you guys think?

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Re: WHIR 100%: I GET RICE AND GRONK FOR MORRIS AND WHITE?

Postby beavis69 » Wed Sep 18, 2013 5:25 pm

This is a very risky trade. Both Rice and Gronk are hurt and you don't know how long can they go this year. If you like to take risk, then this is a high risk high reward deal.

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Re: WHIR 100%: I GET RICE AND GRONK FOR MORRIS AND WHITE?

Postby SF2313 » Wed Sep 18, 2013 7:44 pm

Anelson1030 wrote:This is a questionable trade due to the injuries involved. My running backs are Mccoy, Morris, Bell, and Starks right now. My receivers are Nicks, Welker, White, Steve Johnson, and Sidney Rice. Johnson would take whites spot. My tight ends are Kyle Rudolph and Brandon Myers. The ravens dont know when rice will be back, and same for gronk with the pats. What do you guys think?

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Agree with first poster. Your return provides a much higher upside, but at the risk of injury. I would still do it bc I believe in Gronk.

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Re: WHIR 100%: I GET RICE AND GRONK FOR MORRIS AND WHITE?

Postby ScissorMeTimbers » Wed Sep 18, 2013 8:29 pm

That's risk vs. reward at it's finest. Only one of these three isn't injured but I think if you are strong at WR (can afford to lose white) and weak at TE you take this trade.

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Re: WHIR 100%: I GET RICE AND GRONK FOR MORRIS AND WHITE?

Postby ZiggyZiggington » Wed Sep 18, 2013 11:08 pm

I would take it. You may have to take a loss the first week or two but rice usually gets his and gronk will basically immediately become Brady's favorite target. It's high risk, mostly with gronk, but if it works out you'll be pretty much set, I feel like you're deep enough at receiver to pull that off.
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Re: WHIR 100%: I GET RICE AND GRONK FOR MORRIS AND WHITE?

Postby goose in my step » Thu Sep 19, 2013 10:43 am

I would take this deal. You get the higher upside guys in Rice and Gronk. 3 players involved in this deal are hurt there lots of risk. But I think its worth the risk. Also depends on your WR corps. If you can afford to let White go then do it
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