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    Time for aggressive trades?

    I was wondering if i could get some fantasy input from anyone. I am currently in 8th out of 10 teams, but I have the 2nd most points in the league. I was wondering if I should get aggressive with trades to try and win now or wait it out? Here are my starters in a 2 QB league (not my starters this week because of injuries/byes).

    QB- Phillip Rivers
    QB- Matt Schaub
    WR- Desean Jackson
    WR- Miles Austin
    WR- Eric Decker
    RB- Ray Rice
    RB- Jahvid Best
    TE- Dustin Keller
    W/R- Julio Jones
    W/R- Stevan Ridley

    BN- Mario Manningham
    BN- Tim Hightower
    BN- Michael Bush
    BN- Lance Moore
    BN- Sam Bradford

    I was thinking it would be a good idea to somehow trade my surplus of WR's for another top line RB to pair with Rice. Would my WR depth be able to survive a trade of Desean Jackson? Or should i wait to see how Miles Austin comes back from his injury?

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    Re: Time for aggressive trades?

    If you have the 2nd highest points so far I think you're better off not getting too aggressive because the law of averages should eventually turn in your favor. About the only thing I can see you able to improve on is adding another RB but I wouldn't break the bank to do it, especially in a 2 QB league.

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