When is Enough Enough?

I am fantasy football obssessed…..but when is enough enough? This morning I was offered a trade for Randy Moss, Brandon Jacobs, and Josh Cribbs FOR MJD and some other garbage. The sad part is that I thought about this trade for millisecond. Then the shear fact that MJD is a top 4 fantasy player and Moss might be a top 12-15 fantasy player was enough to convince me not to make this trade. Enough is Enough! Don’t get caught in making a move just for the sake of a move. It’s the offseason for a reason. Don’t give away the keys to your castle for bordom.

While on the topic when is Eric Mangini going to realize enough is enough? Playing two QB’s in the NFL DOES NOT WORK! It didn’t work for the Cardinals when they had the Leinhert/Warner experiment its not going to work for Cleveland! Is it me or has the Mangini magic died?

Completely random topics…. I feel that the Raiders will be respectable this year. So keep an eye on their receivers. Someone other then Zach Miller has to catch the ball. I’m just not sure if its going to be Schilllllzzens or Bey. Bush and Mcfadden are going to split carries. So suddenly a boatload of Raiders may be worth drafting in the flier rounds – Schilens, Heyward-Bay, Bush, McFadden, Campbell, and Miller. Today I have love for the Raiders. Talk to me in week 10 and I could be screaming the blues. I will take a healthy dose of Raider action in the late rounds. First time I will have done that in fantasy since the John Gruden Raider days. I’m not saying these players will win you a title but they may give you bye week replacements that are above average. Miller is the only one that I feel is startable week in and week out.

Last but not least Kyle Orton has been named the starter in Denver. Tell you the truth I could care less. Maybe, just maybe, he is startable all season long if you are in a pinch. He did put up 3800 yards and 21 TDs in 2009. Lets all not forget Brandon Marshall is gone and the WRs are debatable at best to start 2010.

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