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Thread: Would you trade?

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    Is he still alive?
    He was waived earlier this year...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Phin View Post
    He was waived earlier this year...
    You mean they couldn't get at least a late first rounder for him???





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    Lamar Miller? No, I wouldn't make that trade. Miller could turn out to be a star and quite frankly possesses the best size/speed ratio of any back on our roster. A star RB is more of an asset than a star WR simply because they touch the ball more.
    Only a fool would trade a promising young player before they know what they've got in him.
    When all is said and done, Miller will be the best RB on this team by mid season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jlfin View Post
    Lamar Miller? No, I wouldn't make that trade. Miller could turn out to be a star and quite frankly possesses the best size/speed ratio of any back on our roster. A star RB is more of an asset than a star WR simply because they touch the ball more.
    Only a fool would trade a promising young player before they know what they've got in him.
    When all is said and done, Miller will be the best RB on this team by mid season.
    I don't dissagree with your assessment of Miller other than you left out that he is injury prone. But if you did, you would still have a pretty good stable of backs.
    Stop the foolishness.
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