Helps you at your weak points but if its PPR, you are giving up a lot for two backs that are losing touches to teammates.
Well, and look at his RB's without that trade. Ray Rice and then literally nothing. The week you have to start Daryl Richardson or Brandon Jacobs is the weekend you kill yourself. Even if its one of those insane leagues that are all flex positions, Ray Rice is eventually gonna be on bye, and he has NO other RB's.
Doug Martin is an RB2/flex and Bush is a Tolbert-like vulture. I wouldn't call that combo "depth", but, its better than nothing. ANd with Green/White, one of those two WR's is never playing ever. And Daniels is a throwaway when you get Graham back.
It all depends on the league; based on the fact you even own Jabocs and Massaquoi, I'm gonna guess this is a deep league (14+ teams), in which case, you always take talent when you can get it. If it's non-PPR, thats a winning trade easily.
He changed the terms of the trade before I could agree. He replaced Doug Martin with Armon Binns. I'm still thinking of going for t though.
Yeah, I wouldn't do that. Doug Martin was a starter you'd play consistently, Binns is a big downgrade from either of the WR you are giving up.
I'd counter with taking Binns out and taking out one of your WR (probably Hartline), and if he rejects that, then you can find another trade. With Binns, you are giving up 3 starters for 1 starter and 1 sketchy flex (Bush) and 1 worthless WR. Doug Martin probably got drafted in the top 5 rounds, Binns probably didn't even get drafted. It's a huge talent gap
edit: for perspective, Doug Martin went 65th overall, on average, Binns isn't even ranked. ESPN stops ranking avg draft position at spot 170, and at WR, that starts with Brian Hartline at WR #65 overall. Binns got drafted, on average, 30 spots later at #98, down with Legadu Nanee, Brandon banks, and Terrell Owens