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« on: October 11, 2004, 06:10:05 PM »

Any chance Brett Favre goes off tonight? I am down by 40 points this week and he's my only player left. I am hoping for another performance like he posted against the Colts a couple weeks ago.

Damn Deuce McAllister for being a game-time decision. I started Stecker just to be safe and Deuce rushed for 100+ against the Bucs. Sigh.

Damn Michael Pittman for being dismal this week after rushing for 70 yards last week. Sigh.

I didn't start Rattay and he went for over 400 yards and 3 scores. Sigh.

It is bad when Steven Jackson outscores your starting RB's from the bench? Sigh.

What do you think of the following trade in a $100.00 salary cap/keeper league? We keep 2 players.

Jamal Lewis ($26.00), Jake Delhomme ($6.00) and 2005 2nd Rounder for Rudi Johnson ($14.00) and Brett Favre ($15.00)? It's an idea I am toying with. The guy with Lewis is 3-2 with Q.Griffin as his only other Rb worth mentioning. I am 1-3 (probably 1-4 after tonight) and my season is most likely done. We only play 13 games. I figure you need 9 wins to get in the play-offs.

I will be keeping McAllister and Jackson/R.Johnson depending on what happens in the off-season.

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« Reply #1 on: October 11, 2004, 06:40:30 PM »

The trade might not be a bad idea if you are pretty sure your season is over. While I'd rather have Johnson and Farve right now than Lewis and Delhomme (mainly since Lewis is out for the next three weeks), Lewis is probably a better keeper than Johnson.

If you still have hope for this year, however, I think the trade would pretty much doom you to not making the playoffs.
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