is tom brady and carnell williams a fair trade for reggie bush for the person getin brady and williams?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Brady And williams for Bush? Good deal for whoever is getting Brady

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    #1 guideline in fantasy football - running backs are valuable.

    Reggie will be a top 10-15 back this year as he still splits time with deuce. He was not a major fantasy force last year but everyone looks for him to improve this year. If you get return yardage in your league he is more valuable yet.

    Cadillac should not even be used unless that Tampa Bay line can show improvement this year. They added Luke Petigout, but he is coming off of a broken leg, and there is rumor he will never make it back to full speed.

    Brady will be most likely the #2 or 3 best qb this year.

    *If you do not rely on bush, and cadillac is going to be a bye week fill in, do the trade.

    *If you rely on Bush or this is a keeper league, do NOT do the the trade

    *If you are playing Ryan Leaf at qb, do the trade

  • 1 decade ago

    williams and brady will both do alot better than lastyears stats... cadillac was hurt and the team had no QB so all teams had to focus on was shutting down the run... williams will be alot better this year... brady now has stallworth and moss and should be putting up career stats...

    while bush will be seeing more attention after a great season...

    whoever is getting brady/cadillac is making out BIG in this trade

  • Brian
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    1 decade ago

    If the QB situation for the team getting Brady is horrible, then yes, it's a fair trade. You are giving up a lot of point with the difference of bush to Cadilac, but if your QBs suck, then Brady should more than compensate for the loss of points.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Take it and run, with actual WR's on the Pats Brady may have a banner year. He has been a great QB without anyone to catch the ball. He has never played with a #1 receiver.

  • 1 decade ago

    Unless the other person already has a starter at RB and have no QB then it's a good trade for him. Remember you are playing to win; who cares if this is a good deal to that person or not.

    Source(s): 11 years of Fantasy Football experience.
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