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Grand Theft Roto: Targeting two-for-one trades

Updated: February 12, 2008, 5:27 PM ET
By Sean Allen | Special to ESPN.com

A general rule for fantasy is to be on the "one-side" of any two-for-one trade. Usually in such a deal, the owner receiving one player walks away with the best player in the deal and an empty roster spot to nab the best player off the waiver wire. However, at this point in the season if you are struggling to move up the standings, I have always advised trying to be on the "two-side" of a two-for-one trade. If you are laboring in the middle of your standings, odds are you have a few players who ...

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