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Trade Westbrook for Romo??

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Any thoughts...currently have Julius Jones, Graham, Buckhalter, and Sammy Morris. Have only Bulger as QB

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QB is generally your high scorer in most leagues, depending on league setup. With Westbrook injured, it looks like the wise move heading forward into the season. If you could have done it before this past weekend it would have been even better. How many teams in the league? Seems like you should have a better stable of RBs or a better QB play, N/O.

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what is the story on westbrooke. From what i heard he might be out for a few more weeks?

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Not a bad trade in my opinion. Jones and Graham aren't the worst pair of starters to have, and getting Romo would probably boost weekly average. You know what they say, you have to give something to get something. I personally would do it.

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i dont think i would do the trade. The reason i say this is becuae Westbrooke puts up so many points, that its hard to take that out of the team for the weeks.

But they way that its looking, if hes going to be hurt half the year, then its worth the trade. And plus, Romo is a stud!

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How does your WR's look like? Make the trade and try to work a deal for another RB or search the WW for that special gem.. You need an upgrade at QB so its a smart trade

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I would do it in a heartbeat. Is Bulger back to starting now that Linehans gone? Actually, who cares- do the trade, your other RBs are not too bad, and Westbrooks hurt

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