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  • Brightside Brightside Jun 21, 2009 12:23 AM Flag

    Just accepted this trade

    I get: Aquan Boldin & Chris "Beanie" Wells
    I give: Chad Ochocinco & Larry Johnson

    My WRs/RBs

    WR1: Calvin Johnson
    WR2: Chad Ochocinco
    WR3: DeSean Jackson
    RB1: Maurice Jones-Drew
    RB2: Clinton Portis

    Bench: Jerricho Cotchery
    Bench: Ted Ginn Jr.
    Bench: Ryan Grant
    Bench: Larry Johnson

    ** Wells would be my 4th option at RB and will only be an emergency start.

    ** I think Boldin is a big upgrade from Ochocinco since you don't know what to expect from him this year.

    Any feedback on this???

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    • Chad is a risky player at times but those who risk nothing gain nothing, as the swanie gazes into the crystal ball he see chad whatchamacallit with 1200 yards and 10 touchdowns at end of season which for cincinatti will be as soon as they enter regular season.

    • Everyone knows Q is a monster but don't count Ochocinco out just yet. He is working out like a man possessed and he will be playing this season with a chip on his shoulder. Last year really was embarrassing and he wants to do everything possible to erase it from everyone's mind. Plus Carson is healthy again TJ is gone and Coles is new so who will be counted on to step up in a big way this year? Chad. As for your trade. Do you really want to deal with the LJ issues next time he spits on some chick in a club? Who does wells have to beat out? Tiny Tim Hightower?Can Hightower keep from losing carries to Jonathan Stewart? Wells is built in the same mold and it is only a matter of time before Coach Ken loses patience with his (TH) inconsistancy and hands the reins over to wells he just has to stay healthy. Considering your other wide receivers I would do it but you better hope Jason Campbell can handle biz so teams stop stacking the box on Portis because playin for the skins is taking years off of his career. He never took this kind of beating as a bronco. And remember his best play as a skin was his first a 68 yd td and honestly it was all down hill from there. Wells could be a slayton chris johnson type this year again if he stays healthy but if a RB can't stay healthy on a team that throws 75% of the time then he does not belong in the NFL.

    • you trade two players with upside for an aging, beat up WR, and a dude who hasn't done anything. Lucrative. Take a look at Chad Johnson's career stats, and try not to get tears on your keyboard.

    • you already accepted it, so what does it matter.


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