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Should I attempt to trade for D. Martin?


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martin was drafted just before I drafted Blue. I am truly looking for some starter depth for my team (team is in my signature)The owner that drafted Martin is also a Charles owner. I picked up Knile later in the draft. I am starting to feel that Martin may do okay this year based off his preseason performances. I was thinking of proposing the following trade:


I send: Blue and Davis

I receive: D. Martin


Rest of his team:

Stafford, mariota

Charles, Miller, spiller, Martin, ajayi

Dez, Watkins,Cruz, Fitzgerald, Parker

J. Thomas


I have a feeling this would not be enough, but I thought I would see what you all think! Thanks for your help!

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I unfortunately do not have an extra TE. Heath Miller, Larry Donnel, Jordan Reed and Charles Clay are all available on the waiver wire. I don't feel comfortable dropping anyon of my players to pick anyone one of those up.


I was thinking the team I am looking to trade with would like to shore up the Chiefs backfield (K. Davis) while also receiving a RB who is also a starter (Blue). I am aware Blue may only be the starter for a few weeks, but D. Martin is also far from a gaurantee too.


Does anyone else have any thoughts on the Blue and Davis for Martin trade?


For those of you checking this on your phone my team is listed below:

QB: E. Manning, Bradford

RB: Forsett, Abdullah, Ivory, Blue, D. Johnson, K. Davis, Foster

WR: Julio, Cobb, J. Matthews, Wheaton

TE: Eifert

DST: Pats

K: Bryant


Thanks for your help!

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