I am Manager A (1-7-0), being approached by Manager B (6-2-0). If I would accept this trade, my players at each position would be:
QB - Carson Palmer, Joe Flacco*
RB - Eddie Lacy*, Denard Robinson, Isaiah Crowell, Branden Oliver
WR - Golden Tate*, Larry Fitzgerald, Allen Robinson, Doug Baldwin
TE - Owen Daniels, Jared Cook
K - Shayne Graham, Blair Walsh
D/ST - Chargers*, Broncos
He would then have:
QB - Nick Foles, Cam Newton*
RB - Giovani Bernard*, Darren McFadden, Charles Sims, Jerick McKinnon
WR - Mike Wallace*, Keenan Allen, Josh Gordon, Julio Jones
TE - Demaryius Thomas, Larry Donnell
K - Dan Bailey, Randy Bullock
D/ST - Lions*, Minnesota
For starters, I actually had my whole team autodrafted as I hadn't been able to make it to the computer in time to properly draft my team, hence the 1-7 record. Since the beginning I've been the waiver vulture and only about half of my original team is still on the roster. Right now I'm less willing to part with the Lions D, as they've been absolutely solid for around 10+ points nearly every week, and even up into the upper teens and 20s. So far, Newton has been a pretty major disappointment for me, and so I'm not opposed to the Flacco/Newton swap. Lacy for Bernard is a close one, but I feel like Bernard has the higher edge for the rest of the season, but then again I could be wrong. Tate for Wallace to me a pretty good swap as well, so I'm not against it.
So essentially I'd be fine with a counter of the original offer minus the D/ST and possibly the RB trade as well. However, what is the general opinion? Any alternative offers to counter back with? Have at it!