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Anyone want to do a 2 for 1 trade?

I'm willing to trade two of my bench players for a bench player on another team. I'm trying to free up a spot to pick a certain player up.

Stafford is unavailable unless its for another QB. Also, I'm not just going to give two players away for nothing. So anything reasonable and of fair value, then its a go.


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im down

who you got to offer

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QB: Stafford (7) RBs: Willie

QB: Stafford (7)
RBs: Willie Parker (8), James Davis (9) , Glen Coffee (6)
WRs: Josh Morgan (6), Chris Henry (8)

(bye week in parentheses)

I'm also willing to trade a starter and a solid bench player for another starter, but I doubt anyone would do that.

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kacey- I'm interested in
kacey- I'm interested in Gore & Colston if you want to trade either of them for something
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depends

What would you offer? And didn't I pluck Gore off your team earlier? haha

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oh yeah

Since your in this thread, I joined your fantasy bball league. Thanks for saving me a spot, should be alot of fun.

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Yeah I used to have Gore

Yeah I used to have Gore haha

I would be willing to give up Kevin Smith, any of my rookie RBs, any of my WRs...whoever you like really 

No problem....yeah that fantasy league should be fun....a ton of people joined 

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I like Glen Coffee

I like Glen Coffee

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As long as I have Gore, then I will have Coffee as well.

Gator: I like Kevin Smith. I think he is a prime candidate to get 1,000 yards rushing and should do well receiving the ball. But if I go from Frank Gore to Kevin Smith I would want an upgrade at WR, and that means Andre Johnson.

Also, I think the difference between Gore and Smith is greater than the difference between Colston and Johnson. So I would want someone else. This may be where I then trade you two bench players for one more player off your team.

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Of course if we do this...

Andre Johnson, Kevin Smith, +bench player for Colston, Gore, +2 bench players. Then you would have to drop someone. By looking at your roster it would be Ted Ginn, which means you probably want another WR on your bench. Plus if you are getting Gore, I'm guessing you would want Glen Coffee.

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aight kacey I sent u an offer

aight kacey I sent u an offer

send a counter if u dont like it 

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Check it out. Not a bad offer, but I would understand if you rejected it.

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I couldn't do that.  I

I couldn't do that.  I really think Andre Johnson could be the #1 WR this year.  

I could offer Andre, Kevin, Finely & one of my rookie RBs of your choice

for

Gore, Celek,  Henry, Colston

The difference between Schaub & Garrard is pretty big...if I trade Schaub & get back Garrard then you would have too sweeten the deal a little more 

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I know you probably
I know you probably overvalue Colston some so you could give me somebody like Henry &or Royal instead & I would include Berrian or Housh instead of Andre...your choice
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I agree

If Schaub and Garrard are in the deal, then the difference in player values would favor me too much. Obviously, there is some risk in taking Schaub and Andre, especially with Schuab's injury history. I don't trust Grossman or Orlvosky enough as the QB throwing to Johnson if Schaub went down. But I usually try not to play the what if game when it comes to injuries.

I'll take a look at a deal between us later, I feel like we might be able to get something done.

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So you are saying...

Take Johnson and Colston out of the deal?

What are you thinking then as far as the offer?

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Gore, Celek, Coffee, Henry,

Gore, Celek, Coffee, Henry, Royal

Kevin, Finley, Berrian, any rookie RB (your choice)

You give up 5 players...I give up 4 which allows you the extra bench spot you wanted.   

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or you could take Fred
or you could take Fred Jackson instead of a rookie RB
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Not too high on Berrian

He has been hurt all preseason with the hamstring. Even if he was healthy, I think I would still prefer Royal.

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What about Kevin Smith &
What about Kevin Smith & your choice of any RB on my bench for Gore (u even get to keep Coffee)
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For now...

I think I'm just going to go back to my first intentions, which is to trade 2 bench players for a single player.

Fred Jackson is only good for 3 weeks.

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I like Glen Coffee

I like Glen Coffee

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What would you offer? And

What would you offer? And didn't I pluck Gore off your team earlier? haha

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I like Glen Coffee

I like Glen Coffee

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Tony Parker: Parker is not at

Tony Parker: Parker is not at that level quite yet, but if he puts together a few more seasons like his stellar 2011-12 campaign, he’ll be there soon. He’s the youngest guy on this list at 30, and he’ll have turned “just” 33 by the time his contract expires after the 2014-15 season. Duncan’s new deal expires at the same time even if he opts into the final season, and it’s hard to see the Spurs committing more than two years of guaranteed money to Ginobili after next season. In other words: The books are going to be very clean in San Antonio if and when Parker hits free agency ahead of the 2015-16 season.

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But how will the roster look?

But how will the roster look? Parker will have suitors if his game holds up over the next few seasons, and the road map going forward for San Antonio is murky. One wrinkle: Only $3.5 million on Parker’s $12.5 million salary for 2014-15 is guaranteed, a contract quirk that introduces a bit of uncertainty into the process and could make him an even more attractive trade target. But he should still be so good by then that it’s hard to see any team that has him in June 2014 deciding that buying him out is the right move.

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Dwyane Wade: Some are already

Dwyane Wade: Some are already speculating about the 2014 free-agent class as if it includes Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh. That’s technically accurate because all three can terminate their Heat contracts before the 2014-15 season.

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Kevin Love: The three-year

Kevin Love: The three-year clock starts ticking now in Minnesota, with rivals, including even the big-spending Lakers and Knicks, set to have potential flexibility when Love hits free agency.

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Blake Griffin: The Clippers

Blake Griffin: The Clippers got the first goal accomplished this summer, signing Griffin to extension that runs through 2017-18. Next step: Doing the same with Chris Paul.

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What video game were you

What video game were you playing?

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It sounds like you have some

It sounds like you have some New York City rent shock. Welcome to the city, by the way. Even though NBA players make a ton of money in the scheme of things, I have heard guys from out of town say they can’t believe how expensive it is here.

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You mentioned you are

You mentioned you are training in a way you never really have before. You’re down in Miami, with Manning Sumner, right? What new stuff does he have you doing?

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Yeah, and Manning’s a guru.

Yeah, and Manning’s a guru. We come in, and he has six or seven stations for us ready to go. And you could be doing everything right, and he’ll still get in your face and cuss you out.

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It’s common for players and

It’s common for players and coaches to tell reporters how simple basketball is at its core: you move the ball around, and you try to throw it in the basket. They’re oversimplifying things, of course, since any game with 10 men moving in patterns around the floor can be pretty complex to sort out.

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As I’ve written before, you

As I’ve written before, you can use it to measure player speed, the height of the ball on a particular rebound, how well a player shoots from a precise position on the floor, how well he shoots after one or two dribbles and lots of other things.

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On paper, the Sacramento

On paper, the Sacramento Kings are one of the best young teams in the NBA. DeMarcus Cousins is a can be a dominant force in the paint, Thomas Robinson might prove to be the best player in this year’s draft class, Marcus Thornton gets better every year and Aaron Brooks could be the first rate point guard for whom the Kings have been searching. das

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lol

lol

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