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Trade Advice


mercer27
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OK, here is the situation. My quarterback is Drew Brees and my TE is Daniel Graham and Zach Miller (Oak). I am in a 14 man league with normal scoring and .5 PPR, We start: 1QB-2RB-3WR-1WR/RB

 

My team is as follows:

 

QB - Brees/Garcia

WR - Hines Ward/Galloway/Stallworth/Booker/DHenderson/Bryant Johnson/Roscoe Parrish

RB - LJ/MJD/Fred Taylor/Leon Washington/Mike Anderson/Kenton Keith

TE - Daniel Graham/Zach Miller

 

 

I was just offered this trade:

 

Brandon Marshall

LaDanian

Adrian Peterson

Eric Johnson

 

for

 

LJ

Maurice Jones Drew

Donte Stallworth

 

Am I putting too many eggs in the New Orleans basket, and do I have enough WR's to cover the loss of Stallworth? Am I giving up too many RB's for LaDanian and an unproven rookie on a bad team?

 

Help!!!

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I would make the trade. LT is better than LJ and has a better team behind him. Marshall is going to be good so I don't think you lose much between him and Stallworth. EJ was quite involved last night, so I only expect that to continue and AP is going to be good sooner before later.

 

Good deal for you IMO.

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This guy definitely wants Stallworth from me, and I think I may offer him:

 

Stallworth

 

for

 

Eric Jones & Jacoby Jones (am I giving up too much and getting too little in return?)

 

What do you think? I'm going to decline the other trade, I make his team to strong.

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