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  • Dani Dani Oct 18, 2007 12:58 AM Flag

    hey guys let me know what ya think

    I have shaun alexander who has not been playing well and im thinking of trading him for the slightly injured rudi johnson. should i do it? or hold out hope alexander will start performing well.
    your advice is always appreciated community.. thx

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    • Take into consideration the offenses in which they play....

      Rudi has, I think, better upside becuase while Cincy hasnt won games he has a quaterback that is in his prime with plenty of weapons, they cant stuff guys into the box and fucos on the run....

      Seattle, all they have is an aging Alexander and hassleback looks lost, teams can bring 8 in the box cause they have no weapons on the corners....

      So I like teams that score points no matter if they win or lose!

    • Keep Alexander...those hammy injuries are hard to come back from and Rudi may be hobbling all season...What do you think of my trade offer??

      Crayton and Peterson for Edge and Harrison

      • 1 Reply to Brent
      • well, i have wayne and historically jac has ripped apart manning or at least kept it very close. i would wait a week before getting harrison. (im hoping he plays so they focus on him not on wayne)... but any trade involving peterson is interesting for the sole reason rookie rb's tend to get injured so even though he is performing extremely well now it may be worth it to ditch him for a good player, but edge is nowhere near that level. you should aim higher on the foood chain. however, you didn't specify which party you were in that trade so if you have edge i would trade him for peterson then pawn him off for someone else of great value. bottom line = peterson is amazing.. but will he last in a league that is now going to be studying every piece of film

 

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