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Super Bowl team is a player away




Reading the recent trade wind speculation, I saw that the Raiders may be motivated to trade away Richard Seymour.  The question is now, what would the Raiders be willing to get to part with him.  Obviously, the Raiders traded away a 1st rounder for him so they would presumably be looking for something in that neighborhood, but in reality, they are stuck between a rock an a hard place.  They have no chance at resigning him after this season and they aren't going anywhere except back into the top 10 of the draft, right now they may be willing to cut their loses and get a player or two and a lower tier draft pick.  Seymour obviously still is a top flight DE and a difference maker, he understands the 3-4 system and with him and Doom lined up on one side, teams are going to be having a hissy fit deciding how to block them.  While I agree that Seymour's crap against Clady was stupid and pretty much a sign that Clady is the best OT in the league, the guy would make Denver's defense scary in that they would have difference makers at every level.   Davis is ripe for the taking and it's not like they haven't made deals with Denver before, I say make the phone call and see how low you can get him for.  Look he traded Moss for a 4th rounder, Davis is not the sharpest tool in the shed anymore.  The other reason to get Seymour is so the Raiders don't trade him to another team in the AFC that we may have to play in the playoffs (say Pittsburgh or Indy).

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