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Trading Jones would make as much sense as trading Barber or Choice. Barber and Jones are injury prone and Choice has played good when given the chance. I personally think that they should keep and use all three which would increase the chances that they all stay healthy.
Felix Jones has about as much potential as any RB in the league. Trading him makes no sense what so ever. Barber is just about shot and Choice is great in his role. He's a good back, but more expendable than Felix.
Felix Jones is one of those guys I ranted about recently. He's going to give you decent production behind a poor line, but if you get a monster line, he's going to break so many big runs its going to be crazy.
Originally posted by SNIPER26
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I think the last thing the Raiders need is an unmotivated player with a huge deal.
Eh.. I mean I understand you logic but a change of scenery and scheme could change things. I would say he is frustrated rather than unmotivated but like I said, I wouldn't push hard for him if I was Al but Id give up a 4th and a 7th...
I wouldn't mind Al getting shipped to OAK... yet he could be a problem.. if we stick to that 4-3 him and Henderson would be pretty tough to handle.
Yea, because Oakland is the perfect situation for a player like Al to be motivated to work hard lmao. I can't believe you'd even want to bother. He takes a ton of plays off, doesn't work hard when he's not in a contract season, and nearly every decent player that goes to Oakland quits on the team anyway, yet you want to trade away more picks(already missing that 1st rounder) for that? Makes absolutely no sense.
A change of environment may do him some good, but that scenery wouldn't be Oakland.
Originally posted by Scott Wright
I guarantee that if someone picks Cam Newton in the Top 5 they will regret it.