Oi what to do
A Rodgers is hurt(calf inj) and playing StL who's got a tough pass D(7th fewest qb pts); Rodgers is always a surefire start; but I have Luck sitting on my bench who's money at home, and the Browns are horrible vs the pass(4th most points to qb's).
Should I let Luck have his day in the sun, or go w/the money guy.
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thanks Bear, I'm just gonna have to hear how healthy Rodgers is. He lit up a much better D last week; I'm really thinking I'm over thinking this thought process.
Douchbag McFadden + Cock n' stuff Bowe
Welker and S. Moss.
Obviously the best player is Welker in this deal, but my only sticking point is that Bowe and McFadden have already played their byes while Welker and Moss have not, so I would be picking up the 2 extra bye weeks
Originally Posted by Jerry Jones
When I look at trades I take the points of the player I'm getting and subtract them from the person I would be replacing on the active roster. and then do the same w/the person I'm getting, I take their points, and subtract them from the person I would be replacing on my roster to see if I'm getting a good or bad trade.
So lets say you're getting Welker and he is replacing Bowe, it'd be (example) 100 points for Welker-40 for Bowe, that's a net gain of 60. Then you're losing McFad and replacing him w/Steve Jax, and that's 60 points for McFad -40 for Sjax, that is a net loss of 20. So you are gaining 40 points; and like you said the bye. If you are on yahoo, it will do this for you, giving you a breakdown of each player's projected #'s.
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