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Old 10-12-2011, 16:14   #1
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Should the Houston Texans try and find a trade for one of the Philly Eagles corners?

I been looking at the Texans where they might need help at and it sure is at wide receiver and cornerback. Well, today they trade for Derrick Mason which I think still has to play out before I jump out my seat excited. What about one of the 3 pro bowl corners in Philly next? Obviously not Ndami but maybe one of the other 2 in Asante Samuel or Rodgers-Cromartie? I think it's something to look into before other teams snatch one up especially seeing the Eagles struggle this year... Your thoughts?
If so who would the Texans trade away? and takes heart i agree myself especially since i see him starting the game benched it would be an easier way to get him samuel is a bit on the older side but would love his ball hawking skills in houston.
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Old 10-12-2011, 16:27   #2
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they need fill in their lb's needs first. mario williams is done for the year
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Old 10-18-2011, 16:35   #3
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Besides my wish to have Lurie sell the team to someone who wants to win a Super Bowl, I could live with the trading of Asante Samuel. On the other hand, I have nothing against the Texans that would make me trade that bum to them. If Houston's secondary has solid tacklers then he might fit well. The Texans would do much better trying to get Warren-Cromartie or Asomugha. They're not as bad as it seems because our genius DC has them playing off their usual position.
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