Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by jblaze2004, Jan 24, 2013.
Miles austin straight up for michael huff?
Number two wide receiver with a bad hamstringr for a pro bowl caliber safety? You bet.
Miles is a key component to this offense
When has Michael Huff made a Pro-Bowl? Miles Austin has actually been to two of them. I would not make that trade.
What is the point of the question?
Are the Raiders trying to trade him?
FYI - Did anybody notice that he played CB this year?
Dallas needs a younger guy to come in at safety, not a 30 year old player. As soon as we get him -- he would lose a step or two and be injury prone.
Please stick to the draft.
on paper, absolutely. But Huff's play has been inconsistent at best. But hey, could be a big upgrade over what we have. So i guess at that point it would be all about contracts and cap implications.
I'm one of the people here that supports the idea of trading Miles Austin - for the right price. However, to hand over a solid starting reciever for an aging, lately struggling safety-turned CB, is silly.
If we are talking crazy, I'll throw one in...Why not trade Miles to the Jets for Revis and make Carr a safety?
The only way I would trade Miles is for at least a 3rd round pick. It is a deep draft & can help fix plenty of positions, while getting younger at the same time.
Not in love with Austin, but I'd take a pass on that one.
Besides, we have the second coming in Matt Johnson
Pro bowl safety? He played CB this year for oakland. Also very had the chance to sign him a few years a go and they said no thanks.
Lol. Going off of last year's performance I take it? He was rated as a bottom 10 safety in '12-'13.
EDIT: We are thinking of Michael Griffin! But my point still stands..
As for the OP, why would we need another corner back?