In this slideshow i am going to tell/show you why the Oakland Raiders should consider trading Free Safety Michael Huff.
Huff was the 7th overall pick in the 2006 NFL Draft.
Huff was drafted out of Texas as a Strong Safety, but in 2007, was moved to Free Safety because of the acquisition of Gibril Wilson.
In 2008, Michael Huff had only 12 tackles through the first 5 games, and was benched in favor of fellow Free Safety Hiram Eugene.
In 2009, Michael Huff had 3 interceptions in the first 2 games. He was rotated through with Hiram Eugene, Huff was in on Passing downs, Eugene was in on rushing downs.
Now, in 2010, Michael Huff has looked terrible thus far. I am going to show you some reasons why he should be traded.
As you see in this picture, it seems that Michael Huff simply is afraid to get hit. If you have watched all 4 games this year, you would've seen a lot of it. His tackling technique is awful. He couldn't tackle my middle school team's running back! He's 13!
in this picture, he is getting juked by Ted Ginn Jr. Who the **** gets faked out by Ted Ginn on a passing route? I would understand on a Kick Return. but a passing route? I get if its like Reggie Wayne, Brandon Marshall, Randy Moss, or any top receiver. He just isn't suited to play the run. and not too well as it's show, this year, to play the pass either.
The Raiders should put Huff on the trade block and request a 3rd round pick at least, and another player. If the Raiders do not get another Free Safety in the trade, then the Raiders can start Stevie Brown a 2010 7th round pick out of Michigan, my choice, or Hiram Eugene.
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