Not that I was asked, but Wood is like subtraction: he's a real difference maker. I'd give up more than MikeT and more than I should for him.
I have a dynasty that is starting to decline. Should I:
A. Trade the studs while they still have some value and try to reload.
B. Acquire older, therefore underpriced for their productivity, vets and double down on winning now. This will eventually make me the worst of all world (terrible, prospectless, and expensive) but will extend my window.
So far I have followed plan B and I am happy with it (only one of my 8 best players under 31 and most are 33-36, but we are 48-24), but I'd love your thoughts on when, if ever, to switch to plan A?
I feel like HBD owners worship youth going the other way makes sense. Do you think there is a moneyballish market issue when it comes to players 32 and older?