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Looking to upgrade at QB, sell high on Smith (worried about his long-term value with LeShoure and Best coming back), and buy low on some RBs that disappointed in week 1.
i send: Vick, K. Smith, Crabtree
i receive: Rodgers, McGahee, Benson
this deal is a no brainer if i can talk him into it, right? a bit of a lowball, but i think it's a fair first offer. I'm not reading anything wrong here, am i?
if he's nervous at all about McGahee's and Benson week 1 performances, i may be able to get him to bite on Smith's value as a RB2 (scored 25 points in this PPR league), and he needs a WR3 (currently starting Hester).
i completely agree it's a lowball. just wanted to make sure i'm not missing anything (i.e. reasons to not like McGahee and Benson moving forward).
i'll compromise and settle for a worse offer, but with Smith and Crabtree over-performing in week 1 (25 and 15 points respectively), and McGahee and Benson under-performing (6 and 2 points respectively), i got to at least check to see if i can catch him making a questionable, nervous trade.
- 1 Reply to Clay M
one problem. a trade offer that bad will not intrigue enough for a counter offer. it might kill any possibility of an offer at all. and if he knows anything about football which he should since he is playing fantasy football, then he also knows everything you are thinking. he knows that Smith and Vick are very injury prone. he also knows that Benson and McGahee went up against tough run d's. there is a difference in lowballing and killing your chances all together. but thats just my opinion
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