Found November 09, 2012 on Fox Sports:
Austin: Should I trade Andre Johnson for Randall Cobb ? Would it be fair or would i have to offer someone better? Not sure what's worse: that Austin is thinking about trading the preseason No. 1 overall receiver for a player that went undrafted in most leagues, or that he believes Johnson wouldn't be enough ammo to acquire Cobb. Either way, pretty sure that sums up the 2012 campaign of the Texans wideout. I know Cobbs has been lights-out this season, especially in end-zone excursions (45 catches, 500 yards, seven total touchdowns). However, while Johnson has yet to hit pay dirt, the former All-Pro has 25 catches for 279 yards in his last three contests. After this week's tilt with Chicago, Houston has a multitude of exploitable pass defenses on their slate, including Jacksonville, Detroit, Tennessee, New England and Indianapolis (twice). Keep the faith with Johnson down the home stretch. Chris in Georgia: I have Arian Foster and the Chicago defense. Do I play both, s...
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