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Which is the best of these three trades???

Postby Mikeylikesit » Mon Sep 09, 2002 11:12 pm

Should I trade Derrick mason and Johnnie Morton for Ricky Williams and either Amani Toomer or Marty Booker? If so, should i get Booker or Toomer?


Derrick Mason and Todd Heap for Ricky Williams and Chad Lewis?


Derrick Mason and William Green for Ricky Williams and Booker or Toomer.

I am in a keeper league and must start 3 WRs and 1 RB and have 1 flex RB or WR position. I have Randy Moss and Anthony Thomas as my top player at their respective position now. Lavernaues Coles and Michael Bennett are my back-ups. Thanks for the help.

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Best of the three trades????? Do this and do it quick!!!!!

Postby playa » Tue Sep 10, 2002 4:18 am

MASON & GREEN for WILLIAMS & BOOKER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jump on that and jump on it quick. You are improving on both positions that you are giving up. You have to start 3 WR's so keep Morton. Booker has some serious potential alongside Robinson, and I felt that way BEFORE he went off on Sunday. Jump on that deal!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Postby kashikis » Tue Sep 10, 2002 8:20 am

i agree on that one i was a bit hesistant on booker at the beginning of the season because of jim miller but he look right on target

id go with the same trade playa mentioned either toomer or booker would be fine but booker is better fantasy points hell get more catches
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