Are The Oakland Raiders Better With Out Asomuga?

Scott WallaceContributor IJanuary 15, 2010

OAKLAND, CA - JANUARY 03:  Nnamdi Asomugha #21 of the Oakland Raiders in action against the Baltimore Ravens during an NFL game at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum on January 3, 2010 in Oakland, California.  (Photo by Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images)
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Could the Raiders Trade him?

Would they trade him?

Should the Raiders trade one of the best conerbacks in the NFL.

Lets take a look. Every sunday Raider fans watch Asomuga shutdown any wideout that he faces. Then we still lose the game. What is the point in having one of the best player in the NFL, if we keep losing games.

Some will try to say that having on the team makes us better. Does it really, how does it help the Raiders be a better team. When the other team doesn't throw the ball to his side. That just puts all the pressure of the rest of the guys. So how does that help? The Raiders are still giving up 206.4 yards a game passing which is 7th in the league ( thats nice) but that is not a true stat. Due to the fact that every team comes in knowing they can just ran the ball on us. So why throw it when they can run it.

So that leaves the Raiders paying for a player that really doesn't help the team. As much as everyone thinks.

You  seen it this year with the Browns trade away two of there best player for draft picks.

So why can't the Raiders do this?

With the price that the Raiders had to pay to keep him. Does he really want to be on the team cause he loves it or is it about the money?

What kind of deal could the Raiders make?

Two first round picks?

one first round pick and some players?

What about a second round pick this year, a number one pick next year, and some players. We need a number one pick next year for a QB due to the fact that Russell isn't the answer.

So I ask it one more time Are the Raiders a better team with out Asomuga?