Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

Soul Rebel

Chris Johnson Trade Value

5 posts in this topic

So, I've been over CJ2K for obvious reasons..... I finally decide to sit him this past week because he's sh*t the bed the first 3 weeks, and he goes for 15 points in week 4. Anywho, someone offered me a trade for him....

Chris Johnson --> Ahmad Bradshaw & Mike Williams

I know CJ is the better player, but anyone that has owned him in fantasy knows the headache that he can be. My other RB's & WR's are -- DeMarco Murray, Doug Martin, Ryan Williams, Jackie Battle, AJ Green, Hakim Nicks, DeSean Jackson, and Santonio Holmes.

Whatcha Think?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Hell to the naw. Maybe if CJ had laid another egg last game yeah, but he showed he still has what it takes to be a starter. Bradshaw has done diddlypoo this season and you wouldn't start Williams anyway because your deep at WR, plus Freeman and the Tampa offense is terrible.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

its a decent trade but you have the RB talent on your team to see if CJ can return to form and maintain good and more importantly consistant play. so, with the trade being a wash now..the upside to keeping CJ for what was offered warrants REJECTING the trade.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Reject the trade and give us all your credit card info. Its your only chance.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

  • Posts



    • Anything I do Panthers related by default. My poop is Panthers related.
    • I like MKG, we just have to understand what he is.  And that's a defensive stopper and rebounder.  He can be a solid starter on a championship level team, but it has to be in a situation like Dennis Rodman was in with Chicago.  He has to be surrounded with dynamic scorers that can compensate for his lack of scoring so he can focus on his defense and getting key rebounds.  Otherwise, his best fit is probably coming off the bench. The problem on this team is that we don't have the scoring threats to offset his deficiencies.  Even though Kemba is a good scorer, he's not a guy that can easily put up points in bunches.  He's probably a natural 15-18 point guy, not the 25-30 point guy MKG needs.    
    • Seen D Collison name