The first trade of the offseason is in and it’s mildly surprising. JPOWW gave up a relatively high pick to get a player who, while firmly ranked inside the top 10 at his position, probably could have been had for a lesser pick in a buyers market. Other “A” Keeper options we’re out there for JPOWW as well, and a better deal could have been had. One has to assume that JPOWW specifically targeted this individual player independent of cost and, if so, then kudos to him for getting the guy he really wanted. Perhaps what JPOWW really paid for here was the injury contingency.