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For standard leagues this is totally one sided. Seems fishy maybe 1 and 7 made a pack that when 1 wins the playoff money will be split if thats the type of league you're in.
If you are looking at top player for top player then you are looking at Jennings for Rogers. Vick has broken/sore ribs. You cant throw effectively with bruised ribs. Plus, where Phi is ranked right now they are not likely to make playoffs so it doesn't make sense to really push Vick.
Helu and Palmer are waiver pickups and they are being traded for a beast in MJD. Trust me I have Helu, and although he has potential, the tie to Shanahan makes his production unpredictable.
Not only that, the 1st place team clears space to grab a flex player on weekly basis so you can find the hot waiver wire pickups.
Totally one sided
No QB equals Rogers, but if you play the matchups and Vick can turn this season into something, then maybe. Like I said, the 1st place team does win this trade, though I don't think it's dramatically lopsided...
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I'm not seeing it, if you could play both Vick and Palmer at the same time it's even to Rodgers. He is 30 points ahead of the next player for most in the league. Helu should be on waivers, Jackson and Jennings are the only quality players on the one side.
It's close. Vick and Palmer for Rodgers is OK. Jennings for MJD is OK. Leaves Helu for VJax, which could be close if Shanahan (aka Satan) doesn't keep screwing it up. I think the 1st place team gets the better end....
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