Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by Hawkeye0202, Sep 16, 2019.
Dallas and Seattle the favorites according to Benjamin Albright.
Me too. LOL
Anyone but philly
The only way it makes sense to me is if they are already thinking about drafting a CB or S in the 1st next year. Maybe they know who they will try and sign and who they will let go. They will likely be drafting in the mid to high 20s so getting the 11th pick from last year may represent good value. You get to use him this year and really have only lost his rookie season.
take it or leave it.
Hopefully not Seattle. Hopefully he comes with the phins and they tell him to stay in Dallas.
Heath plays ss. ** is available because he hates the dolphins moving him around and also playing him at ss. That's the one position he doesn't want to play.
Having said that I'm not against bringing him in.
There’s about to be a lot of disappointed fans.
I bet it’s one of the last three.... KC, Seattle, or philly.
So you wouldn't trade next year's 27+th pick for the overall 11th player taken two years ago at your greatest position of need?
Damond Talbert says he will be traded tomorrow for a first rounder.
I wouldn't do it because I don't want to phase out Jeff Heath.
If I had to guess, I think it would be the Chiefs as well.
I think it’s questionable as to whether it would be worth it for us to deal a first for Minkah if he’s gonna play CB. But with that being said, Brown is real hit and miss and neither him or Lewis are special. And considering how unlikely it is that either are Cowboys in 2 years, I think it’s a smart long term play.
FS is pretty questionable as well. At least for 2019, do we move Woods to SS? In Madden I would, but in real life, he’s spent the last 2-3 years learning that position, so I’m not sure if it will be a net gain. But it may be worth it to get him and figure out where to play him later
I think Saban is focused on other things
This would be a great move if you were ok with letting byron walk in FA
Why , do you have a bet with someone that Heath will be the starter for the entire season or something ?
You havent watched lewis' play close enough