That deal would be a steal for you. Instant reject if you offered me this. I don't see why he agonized at all.I value Wilson over Rice, Floyd over Austin and the 1st over Olsen, I see u do too. Easy reject. You don't see that I do, too, because I don't. In my last ranking update, I have Rice at RB6 vs. Wilson at RB13, Floyd at WR38 vs. Austin at WR41, and Olsen at TE9. I'd view a 2015 first as a solid upgrade over Olsen (even if I have to wait two years to cash it in), I'd view Michael Floyd as a decent upgrade over Miles Austin (who happens to fit much better with my team, because I'm so stacked at WR that Austin will never see the field for me), and David Wilson as a very substantial drop from Ray Rice. Normally, I'd say the drop from Rice to Wilson is so huge that it dwarfs the upgrades from Austin to Floyd and from Olsen to a 2015 first... BUT, with the way my team is currently constructed, the trade makes a lot of sense for me. Rice is my RB3 behind Charles and Peterson. I have plenty of points in my lineup, so I value youth and upside more than reliability and production from my bench. I think this is a clear case where I'm giving up the best player in the deal, but I'm fortunate enough to be in a position where I can afford to roll the dice. The other guy agonized over it because going from Wilson, Michael Floyd, and Scott Chandler to Rice, Austin, and Greg Olsen will do pretty good things for your chances of winning in any given week or any given season. Wilson is still a big risk at this point. He could be huge, but he could also be a complete bust who never lives up to expectations. You don't get many chances to convert question marks like that into proven, reliable, still-young studs like Ray Rice. Yep, I agree with some of your assessment and understand the explanation. Still, we agree on the side of the deal we both like regardless of said explanation. I looked at the trade with total disregard for what each team had and no way I make it. You think the Wilson side is better, hence u offered for it.