Five days til the NFL trade deadline, which means it's that time of year again. Time to talk about trades that will never happen! Hooray!
The Lions' Roy Williams is the guy Parcells needs to go get. Now, dammit! The reasons are plentyful:
1.) Our best reciever right now is Greg Camarillo. Let me say that again: Greg Camarillo.
2.) Roy is unhappy in Detroit, and the fans certainly don't want him there. Meanwhile, rumors of him wanting to be traded have been swirling since last season.
3.) He's a free agent at the end of the season and there doesn't seem to be a huge demand for him right now, which means the Fins could actually get him on the cheap lest the Lions risk losing him and getting nothing for their troubles.
4.) He wants to bang your sister. Okay maybe not. But you should totally let him if he did.
Roy is only 26 and a playmaker. And he's capable of having a thousand yard season when he's properly motivated, as he did in 2006. So, Parcells needs to make this happen. What do you guys think? Yes? No? What would/should we offer Detroit for Williams? I'd give up a 3rd rounder for him. Then do everything possible to keep him here for the long-term. Then we can worry about drafting other positions instead of drafting a rookie receiver and then waiting for him to develop. Chad Henne, Roy Williams, Ronnie Brown. Sounds lovely.
And kudos to Salguero for bringing this up on his blog as well. Gee, the wonders of actually talking FOOTBALL on a FOOTBALL blog! What a concept! Ass.