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Seahawks Should Trade Branch To Ravens.

WESTMINSTER, MD - JULY 28:  Dawan Landry #26 of the Baltimore Ravens calls out a play during training camp at McDaniel College on July 28, 2009 in Westminster, Maryland.  (Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images)
Kyle MooreContributor IOctober 18, 2016

In 2006 the Seahawks traded there first round pick for Deion Branch. Deion Branch was a very good receiver when he was with the Patriots. When he went to Seattle everyone had high expectations of him.

As of today he is prone to getting injured and was not effective as he was when he was with the Patriots. In 2005 Branch caught for 998 yards with 5 touchdowns. He played 16 games as well. In 2006 he did okay, but after each year his stats kept going down.

Here's the trade that the Seahawks should make. They should tragde Deion Branch and Jordan Babineaux for Dawan Landry. The Ravens could use another receiver to replace Mark Clayton after he dropped that easy pass that could've won them the game. 

Dawan Landry is a 4 year pro that's turning into an elite safety. We need some one who can stop the long ball and can make a big play down the field. It was like when the Seahawks faced the Colts and Austin Collie was killing us. If we had Dawan Landry during that game i think the score would've been closer.

The Ravens can also use a better cornerback than Dominique Foxwoth, who's been called for penalties and letting the receiver be open on mostly everyplay. 

They could use Jordan Babineaux to take Dominique Foxworth's spot. If that doesn't work the Seahawks should try to attain Michael Oher.

Michael Oher should have been a high first round pick, but he fell all the way to the late first round. The Seahawks need help on the line. As you can see when the Seahawks faced the Cardinals Matt Hasselbeck only had like 3 seconds to get rid of the ball. Michael Other was doing a great job of protecting Joe Flacco from Antwon Odom.

Odom is second in leading the NFL in Sacks. He had 0 sacks against the Ravens and only two tackles. One of these two trades will help Seattle because they need a Safety and a tackle. They can draft a QB.

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