[quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="lttaylor56"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="bigblue4417"]<div class="report">
The Cleveland Plain-Dealer's Tony Grossi believes Peyton Hillis will request a trade ahead of the October 18 deadline.</p>
Grossi says contract talks between the Browns
and Hillis are "not going well," and that a trade request is likely the
"next step." It's hard to imagine the Browns cutting ties with one of
their few offensive weapons, though it's become clear they have little
interest in inking their feature back to a lucrative long-term
extension. While Hillis and his third agent in four months desperately
struggle to maintain leverage, the Browns have little motivation to act
on a trade request even if Montario Hardesty looms as a potential
I know we have 0 money but he seems like we would be the perfect Giant.
we would of had to traded jacobs for him plus whatever else they would of wanted.
[/quote]Morning Matt. Hillis or Jacobs? Tough one jacobs has same number of td's and is only .5 ypc under hillis with 16 less carries. They're about equal.
Is Jacobs being under used so far this year?
actually i'd prefer Hillis if we're talking just straight up performance. He has more miles to give, better runner, and can catch but if u got rid of Jacobs there would be alot of pissed of New York Giants
[/quote]yeah--we can always go deep to BJ down the left sideline if needed.