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Dynasty League trade (1 Viewer)

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Team A gives up

Rookie #2 pick in draft

Team B gives up

Rookie #8 pick in draft

London Fletcher

Kyle Van Den Bosch

Ken Lucas

Jon Kasay

Who won this trade?

 
Team A probably... that's just my opionion... 1.2 will likely get the Colts RB they draft. 1.1 will be Bush, and it looks like he'll probably be sharing with Dom Davis, but that could all change... 1.2 might actually be better than 1.1 this year.... :) Although, the Indy rookie will likely have to share with Rhodes also.... what does 1.8 get you... not much.

 
Team B, and this trade isn't even close. Granted, it would help to know your scoring system. But honestly, this does not even approach what it would take in my league to get pick #2.

The #8 spot just isn't worth that much. Neither are the other commodities that Team B is offering up.

Oh yeah - why is this trade in the IDP forum? Just because D-players are involved?

 
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Team B, and this trade isn't even close. Granted, it would help to know your scoring system. But honestly, this does not even approach what it would take in my league to get pick #2.

The #8 spot just isn't worth that much. Neither are the other commodities that Team B is offering up.

Oh yeah - why is this trade in the IDP forum? Just because D-players are involved?
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Who won this trade?
Team B, and this trade isn't even close. Granted, it would help to know your scoring system. But honestly, this does not even approach what it would take in my league to get pick #2.

The #8 spot just isn't worth that much. Neither are the other commodities that Team B is offering up.

Oh yeah - why is this trade in the IDP forum? Just because D-players are involved?
First the poster asks who WON that implies that the deal has been done and he is just asking for feedback on said trade not if he should or shouldnt do it...Second 1.8 does value but it is predicated on the scoring system...if its a 2pt/tackle 1pt/assist scoring format AJ HAWK is a HUGE value at 1.8 and probably will be available at that pick...most likely one would have to assume that team A is solid at RB and needs help at LB so in the deal they get FLETCHER who is a stud at LB and will be for a few more years atleast a nice DL at 1.8 which could be HAWK if he really needs help at LB...

Third um it has INDIVIDUAL DEFENSIVE PLAYERS in the deal so why wouldnt it be posted in the IDP Forum :shrug:

and before you come back with 1.2 blah blah blah rookie RBs are RISK REWARD and I would bet if he posted his team he is solid at RB and needs some LB and DL help which imo this deal got him and on top of that i bet Team B is hard up for a RB and has depth at LB and DL

and in 16 team leagues QBs and Kickers are always gonna be valuable since there are only 32 starters so add kasay as another solid additon even if he is just a kicker

 
Team A gives up

Rookie #2 pick in draft

Team B gives up

Rookie #8 pick in draft

London Fletcher

Kyle Van Den Bosch

Ken Lucas

Jon Kasay

Who won this trade?
Depends on your scoring and rules. If IDPs score high, Team A did well. If IDPs are mostly an afterthought, Team B "won". In my 3 leagues, I'd say team B won in 2, team A in the other, but it depends on your opinion of VanDenBpsch and if you start all of the IDPs.

I Figure, 1.08 = Young/Jackson/Leinart, while 1.02 = D-Will.

Fletcher is pretty much the only "sure thing" here of substance.

Overall, not a bad trade for either side.

 

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