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  • hyper hyper Oct 10, 2007 2:49 PM Flag

    Tony Romo for T.J. Housh

    I would be giving up Romo to get T.J.
    I currently have Carlson Palmer (already had a his bye) on my team as my other QB, but I am hurting in the WR department.

    All things aside, are these two players around equal value? Who is getting the better end of it and why?

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    • This is a good time to get rid of Romo, his stock will never be higher (even with the BUF fiasco). I assume you are in a 3WR, 2RB league with standard scoring? (FYI-try to include that info in your question, it helps us to give you good counsel). If that's the case I think I would go for it. Palmer is all you're going to need for the rest of the season barring injury. He should always start ahead of Romo anyway so trade away and get someone you can start.

    • This is my team. Stacked in the RB department and kinda shaky in the WR department.

      QB Tony Romo
      WR Braylon Edwards
      WR Joey Galloway
      RB Willis McGahee
      RB Shaun Alexander
      TE Jeremy Shockey
      WR Reggie Wayne
      WR Santonio Holmes
      RB Thomas Jones
      QB Carson Palmer
      RB Cedric Benson
      K Jay Feely
      K Jason Elam
      DEF Chicago

      • 1 Reply to hyper
      • I actually think you're a lot shakier in the RB department. Braylon and Wayne are dons and Galloway and Santonio are the go to receivers on their squads. But, Benson has sucked, T Jones and McGahee are average and Alexander is underperforming.

        As for the deal, I like it for your team - you could use Housh more than Romo - but I think you can get a lot more for Romo. If the dude has a top notch RB, I'd put up Romo, T Jones and McGahee for a better RB and Housh.

 

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