My three starting wr would be brandon marshall, gregg jennings, bryant johnson. My two rb’s would be steven jackson and marshawy lynch with ryan grant and laurance maroney as backups. I personally don’t see Moss doing to much this season or at least not consistantly with brady gone. Is this a fair trade or is it dumb? thanks

I don’t think you should do this. I actually see Perry having a decent year this year. I know I’m going against all of the "experts" by saying this, but he’s done decent in two weeks against really good rushing defenses. I mean, even LT averaged less than 3 yards per carry in the monday night game. I followed Chris Perry in his college years and was a big fan and expected huge things from him and now he finally gets his chance. Also a little known fact, he had FIFTY receptions two years ago. So you know eventually he’ll be getting receiving yards as well.

Moss is definitely in for a bad year, but he’s still better than Bryant Johnson, by a good amount too. And while Steven Jackson is supposed to be a stud, so far he hasn’t shown it and I’m not sure he will be one of those top 7 or so RBs anymore.

At least for thsi week, keep Perry since he plays the Cleveland Browns, who allowed 3 rush TDs last week against the Ravens. His value should soar as I see him getting a TD for his third consecutive week. If you still want to trade him after that, then look at some other RBs that have shown at least some decency.


3 Comments

  1. Torry Brown
    Posted October 28, 2009 at 1:57 pm | Permalink

    I don’t think you should do this. I actually see Perry having a decent year this year. I know I’m going against all of the "experts" by saying this, but he’s done decent in two weeks against really good rushing defenses. I mean, even LT averaged less than 3 yards per carry in the monday night game. I followed Chris Perry in his college years and was a big fan and expected huge things from him and now he finally gets his chance. Also a little known fact, he had FIFTY receptions two years ago. So you know eventually he’ll be getting receiving yards as well.

    Moss is definitely in for a bad year, but he’s still better than Bryant Johnson, by a good amount too. And while Steven Jackson is supposed to be a stud, so far he hasn’t shown it and I’m not sure he will be one of those top 7 or so RBs anymore.

    At least for thsi week, keep Perry since he plays the Cleveland Browns, who allowed 3 rush TDs last week against the Ravens. His value should soar as I see him getting a TD for his third consecutive week. If you still want to trade him after that, then look at some other RBs that have shown at least some decency.References :

  2. arutnev1
    Posted October 28, 2009 at 2:38 pm | Permalink

    Perry will most likely have a better season then Jackson. Jackson is a risk this year being on a team basically last in every category. You should wait to see if Trent Green can somehow turn the team around but for now I would stay away from any Rams. Having RBs Grant, Perry, and Lynch is pretty damn good no need to mess with that. Now for Moss you should trade him for a another WR or RB cause he is not going to be very consistent this year.References :

  3. wiczyman
    Posted October 28, 2009 at 3:28 pm | Permalink

    i think you should do it, the upside on the deal is huge. jackson tends to get better as the season goes on. with the other backs you have you can afford the risk, it looks more bleak for moss’ value than jackson and i don’t know if you think perry is going to be great.References :

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