Should I trade Ray Rice and Roy Williams for Joseph Addai and Mike Sims-Walker?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Although Addai is having an incredible fantasy year, there is a chance that IND will start pulling starters early or even not play them at all in the final weeks of the season, but Rice will be the main guy until the end.
MSW is a definite upgrade from Williams... I would actually go to the waiver wire to look for someone better than Williams. What about Meachem or Maclin, Chris Chambers or even Lance Long?
So... overall, it's a good trade, but some risks are involved. If you can get WR help without trading Rice, I would.
- zoellnerLv 43 years ago
i think of it relies upon on 2 issues. first ingredient is how close are you in this weeks interest. (factors clever) and the 2d ingredient is are you looking into the destiny? on condition that the subsequent 2 weeks are extra straightforward video games for the ravens if i'm no longer wrong.So Ray Rice could be advantageous. yet is you have a stable RB with an excellent no.2 i could keep my WRs. Like I pronounced i think of you may seem at schedules previously i bypass making determination whilst it bargains with gamers that common extra then 10 to fifteen pts a interest.
- 1 decade ago
That doesn't sound too bad at all. Addai is doing great this year, although it is a downgrade. But Sims-Walker is a huge upgrade. If you are weak at WR then do it, although you really should post who your other players are.
- 1 decade ago
your pretty much trading ray rice for sims walker cuz both williams and addai blow.. horrible trade
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
Nope dont do it. Ray Rice is putting up big fantisy points and Roy Williams is a beotch complaning he dont get it his way so Romo gives it to him.
- com_bat1Lv 61 decade ago