Cornbread Maxwell wrote: shortsavage wrote: Cornbread Maxwell wrote:
thriftyrocker wrote:I am thinking of sellling high on Tiki Barber to a guy who needs a 2nd RB.
great call! Tiki is one of the biggest sell high candidates there is right now.
I do not agree with this assessment. People got so down on Tiki with his drop last season and Dayne taking carries from him this season. Even with his play this week. I do not think he is a sell high guy, let alone one of the biggest candidates out there.
I am trying to trade Curtis Martin now too.
You gave a couple of reason why he IS a sell high candidate: losing carries to Dayne of all people (Dayne had more carries actually), and Tiki fumbles too often.
But you gave no reason why you think he isnt a sell high candidate. Do you think Dayne will get injured? Do you think Tiki will correct his fumbling issues?
Im not sure why you would list reasons to sell him, provide no theory as to why those reasons are wrong, but still argue that you shouldnt sell him - that makes no sense.
Hummm, I thought that I produced a concise argument. Rephrased, Tiki’s value has been so low (this is coming from an owner who was trying to deal him in the preseason with help coming from Café members) that one good game should not bring his value up high enough to call for a trade. You drafted him for a reason. Give him a shot.
I do not think there are that many fantasy football owners that are dumb enough to not be able to comprehend Tiki's week one stat line when assessing a deal for him. At least, I made sure not to invite anyone like that into my league.
I think you put a few words into my mouth and misunderstood what I said cornbread. Forgive me if I am wrong, but your voice sure had an aggressive, hostile tone. I would appreciate it if you limited your future arguments (at least with me) to deduced reasoning, not going out of your way to make anything along the lines of a personal attack on the side.