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    Okay, I've seen at least 5-6 people propose trading LJ and going with Smith/Charles as the RBBC over the past couple weeks. Although the theory may be nice considring the team is rebuilding and that LJ is being paid a lot for a guy who is unable to do much without an O-line...I am just a bit confused as to where he'd go?

    Name 1 team that fits all the needed characteristics to trade for him

    1) Salary cap space
    2) Young players/draft picks Chiefs would want
    3) Need a running back to become a playoff/championship contender

    Okay, there are plenty of teams with the salary cap space, but very few that are a running back away from contention.

    The only team I can think of at all is Houston, and with Kubiak there (being from the Shanahan school of coaching) I doubt he'd pay much for a running back

    Other teams that are close but don't fit are: Cincy (no O-line), Seattle (just invested in Julius Jones), and Detroit (invested in Kevin Smith & Rudi Johnson for this season).

    Pretty much every other team is set and invested in a suitable RB, or they have other issues that are more pressing.
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    The reason teams won't trade for him are the same reasons fans in KC would like to trade him... he hasn't shown his worth.

    This is a bad discussion. If trading LJ was ever going to happen, it should've been before the 2007 draft.

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    agreed... trading LJ would be a realll bad thing... he just doesnt have a good o-line to give him some decent holes to run through...

    Quote Originally Posted by texaschief View Post
    The reason teams won't trade for him are the same reasons fans in KC would like to trade him... he hasn't shown his worth.

    This is a bad discussion. If trading LJ was ever going to happen, it should've been before the 2007 draft.
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    Doesn't help that he made a huge stink and held out in training camp. Then he has a terrible season after a HUGE payday. The guy, as good as he can be, is viewed as not being a team player in the locker room and bad for morale. Lots of coaches just don't want the drama in their organization.

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    Quote Originally Posted by texaschief View Post
    The reason teams won't trade for him are the same reasons fans in KC would like to trade him... he hasn't shown his worth.
    Exactly. He has very little trade value right now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach View Post
    Exactly. He has very little trade value right now.
    My point in all this is to get people to realize LJ isn't going anywhere...as a fantasy footballer who has LJ on my big money league roster I'd love to see him moved to a power running team, but it isn't going to happen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach View Post
    Exactly. He has very little trade value right now.
    Yup, I think we're stuck with him. He had more trade value last year IMO.


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    Quote Originally Posted by anaeelbackwards View Post
    agreed... trading LJ would be a realll bad thing... he just doesnt have a good o-line to give him some decent holes to run through...
    Ok... for the record, I wasn't saying we shouldn't trade him. I was just saying its a bad discussion and this whole thread is in vein.

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    Quote Originally Posted by texaschief View Post
    Ok... for the record, I wasn't saying we shouldn't trade him. I was just saying its a bad discussion and this whole thread is in vein.

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    You guys are High. Sometimes I cant beleive what I read on this web site. LJ was just coming into his stride when he got hurt last year. WE DIDNT WIN 1 GAME AFTER HE WAS INJURED!!!!!!!!!! And yes he was having a mediocre year for the first 3 weeks but our O-line was Horrid. He just played against an amazing D-Line last week. Give this guy a break.

    Perfect example of a Chiefs Fan: A guy carries the ball 420 times in 1 season (NFL record) risking his career for the sake of the team and you guys crap on him. Congrats Chiefs fans, you guys are great!


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