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Postby MeShawn » Thu Sep 23, 2004 4:49 pm

Honestly, if I were a commish of a league with guys like this, I would kick them out. Good strategy if you want to win at all costs? Yes. Ethical? Definately not.
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Postby Besaid_Aurochs » Thu Sep 23, 2004 6:42 pm

GENIUS. I support you 100%
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Postby Members Only Jackets_ffc » Thu Sep 23, 2004 7:18 pm

elway7 wrote:Larry Johnson is irrelevant. He is not going to get any carries. If you were smart you would hold onto Blaylock and dangle him for trades w/ the Holmes owner because I am sure this is not going to be the only time this year Holmes is questionable to play. Right now Blaylocks the #2 and Johnson and Vermeil are having words. Johnsons value is zero. As far as your tactics they could backfire on you has you drop on the waiver and someone you really want might be there. But beating him to Blaylock was definitly a smart move. Dropping Blaylock for Johnson was stupid now he has a chance at him for future injuries.

I still have Blaylock but I just read on Yahoo that LJ will be getting goaline carries......that's odd.

Anyway, I plan on keeping Blaylock for now and then dumping him Saturday afternoon for Rhodes--who I think will start....

Should i do this? (not to get off the topic)
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