Daily Debate: What NFL Team Has Been Most Successful with Trades and Free Agency?

With the NFL Lockout over and teams allowed to make personnel moves, over 600 transactions have been made by NFL teams.  Which team has been most successful during this period of free agency and trades?  Voice your opinion on the Razz and Jazz Sports Blog Daily Debate.

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5 Responses to Daily Debate: What NFL Team Has Been Most Successful with Trades and Free Agency?

  1. jamaal St.John says:

    It’s Philly and no one else is even close. They’ve turned their defense into one of championship caliber. They’ve signed Nnamdi Asomougah, Cullen Jenkins, Jason Babin, and acquired Dominique Rogers-Cromartie via trade. Not to mention, they still have Asante Samuel who they can keep as a 3rd CB or trade for a few draft picks. Their front office has been brilliant.

  2. Al says:

    I have to add on with Jamaal. I’m a life long Eagles guy. This looks like a Miami Heat move! Everything Jamaal said above. Add Vince Young. Look for special 3rd down plays. With Young at QB, Vick as a flanker, Jackson and Maclin lined up. Defensive coords. can double and spot Vick. But Young can run out of the shotgun. Or a double reverse with Vick and Jackson. Short of major injuries. Anything less than making the Superbowl will be a failure. Go Eagles.

  3. I agree Jamaal, the Philadelphia Eagle and the Green Bay Packers are the top of the NFC without a question. Scary, what if Michael Vick plays even better? Good points Al, with Young and Vick being out there together.

  4. The Eagles are the big winners, no doubt. Samuel could be good trade bait.

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