Not necessarily. Team B, I would guess, was loaded at RB but thin with true quality WR's. He could afford to lose McGahee (though he's the 14th ranked rb in my league) to get Decker (14th wr in my league despite very slow start) while giving up lesser wr's in Andre Johnson (27th) and Williams and the aforementioned WM.
To me, Mcgahee and Andre Johnson are atleast even with Decker (I think Johnson could explode the last half of the season, look at his numbers the past couple weeks) and throwing in Mike Williams makes the trade even more ridiculous.
I'm just gonna step aside and let the league vote on it.
The reason why I was suspicious at first is Team B did the same thing late last season and tried to trade his 3 best guys to someone in playoff contention for a nobody. I squashed that one.
It's a 12 team $50 buy in so people take it pretty cereal. I'll have people mad at me either way I'm sure.
Jazzfanz Smartest ROBOT
Whats the point of a 2-7 making a trade? Does every team make the playoffs in your league?
Colts are looking good. Can they make a run at Houston? They play them twice down the stretch.
Life is like watching Fast and the Furious 6. It's not easy, most of the time it's just dumb and pointless, everything is fake, there is a lot of noise, but if you close your eyes and picture yourself in an open field or a quiet forest, you can maybe make it to the end without killing yourself.
The Jags without MJD might be one of the worst NFL teams in the last 20 years.
And that's saying a lot.
BTW...an update on my season team wins wagers...gonna clean up...I'm not positive if I did that Houston one but I think I did. I think that's all of them though.
Falcons O9...lock it up
Dolphins U7.5...gonna be very close
Bucs O5...looking very good
Jags U5...looking very good
Raiders U6...looking very good
Texans O8.5...lock it up
Lions U9.5...looking very good
Browns U5.5...looking very good