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Should i trade Dono Mcnabb, Larry Johnson, Plaxico Burress and desean jackson for LT, Hines Ward and Braylon edwards. My team would then look like this......
and an open spot
What cha think???
i wouldn't do it, L.T. isn't the same this year as he was last year, braylon edwards drops to many passes, and you are trading away too good of recievers. Keep your team the way it is, it looks pretty dominant
Absolutely not, that's flat out retarded if you ask me!
Plax is a better fantasy WR than Braylon right now by a large margin and while Eli is having an AMAZING year, that QB situation is Cleveland will be a revolving door before you know it. You could also make the argument easily that DeSean is a better fantasy WR than Hines. Plus, LT sucks this year, and LJ has done alright the past couple of weeks. See if you can work out another trade with McNabb for a better RB, at least for depth. But from the look of it, that trade looks bad from all angles for you.
Hope that helps your decision!
I wouldnt do it only because u are giving up ALOT for little! some are big name players but LT really hasnt done nothing! and ya he might turn it around but u want to win now, not in 2 or 3 weeks right! I just think u are giving way to much man
NO WAY, you are crazy. Which player of the 3 you are trading for is good? LT sucks right now (35 yds last week!) Big Ben has been spreading the ball around a lot more, Braylon got no QB. Burress and Desean are nice. LJ went for 200yds 2 weeks ago! McNabb is as solid a backup as u gonna get!
You are crazy out yo mind if u make that trade
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