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Good trade or Bad Trade?

Discussion in 'Fantasy Football' started by VJCPatriot, Sep 21, 2007.

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IS this a good trade for me?

  1. Yes, go for it!

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  2. No, you're getting a raw deal!

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  1. VJCPatriot

    VJCPatriot Pro Bowl Player

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    I've been offered Jamal Lewis RB (Browns) and Deion Branch WR (Seahawks) for Joey Galloway WR (Bucs) and Carnell Williams RB (Bucs).
    So is this is a good deal for me? Vote now!
     
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  2. frankiesfly

    frankiesfly Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

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    i think it's a good trade. Branch should be more productive than Galloway. Even though I think Both RB's are going to be up and down all year, I would rather have Lewis. I don't like Williams at all.
     
  3. 37Harrison

    37Harrison 2nd Team Getting Their First Start

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    I kinda agree with Frankie, I think Carnell Williams is soft and won't hold up the entire year. I think Jamal will hold up but he is playing on the Browns and I think that last game against Cinci is an anomoly and not the norm. He will have to face the Steelers and Ravens D twice this year.

    I think Branch is better than Galloway however, I think Galloway will have a couple of huge games wheras Branch is going to be more of a consistent WR.

    I can't answer the poll because this is (in my mind) a pretty fair trade. Remember, Branch never had a 1,000 yard season with Brady throwing to him and the Seahawks have Shaun Alexander.

    BTW, if the Bucs have a bad offensive day (which is highly possible), then both Galloway and Williams will suffer. So in that respect I would say go for the trade. It's just Lewis is going to going up against some much stingier D's, like the Pats.
     
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