IllegalFacemask wrote:Be polite. It's ok to debate, but it's not ok to call a possible trade partner an idiot.
Go against the trends. Buy cold and sell hot. Something as small as a sprained finger can affect dynasty value. Buy when there's a window.
Study your trade partners roster. If you can't see how you're helping him in some way, don't make the offer.
Buy picks as early as you can, sell them as late as you can.
Put together the team you love. If you hate your team, your activity and productivity will slide. Never buy players hoping to sell them on value, as it can burn you hard.
Do your research. I see many people doing a boxscore analysis. Stats truly account for less than half of a players potential. Look at them. Do they look good?
If your player struggles to catch the football, don't buy him. That's something that can turn a hyped player into a true bust.
Ice wrote:Inexperienced owners that sell their 1st round picks for well seasoned players rarely succeed. Savvy owners target the weak teams and go after picks very early with eye candy of past performance. Young owners need patience in this game. Players short term are better than picks in general but early 1st round picks need 3 year projections figured into team plans especially at WR/TE.
the_captain wrote:Above all else - Patience!
We are going to start seeing threads (and we already have) about moves owners should be making for next year. Stop and don't make ANY moves right now. There is way too much uncertainty with any number of players that it is all too common to end up overpaying. I do like to sell off guys who have a limited future (if you can) but the window on them probably closed before the trade deadline passed in most leagues.
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