Marleau - too hot to be a sell high?
Just to see where the discussion goes...
We've obviously noticed how unbelievably scorching Marleau has been so far this season. But I wonder if his ridiculous start to the season would cause his current perceived value to actually be lower than expected due to the obvious regression that awaits.
Let's say you offer him for someone like Ovechkin (or any example of a potential buy low), it 'should' be obvious to that manager that it's an attempt of a sell high/buy low given his pace to start the season. But if he was on a point per game pace or thereabouts, it might give the manager some more thought if he's concerned about said 'buy low' player.
I know, I'm probably just over thinking it (the analyst in me) but thought I'd post this and see what responses I get. It's getting late here so won't be back on until tomorrow to see what you all think.