The NFL trade rumor mill is starting to heat up as several big name players could find themselves playing for a new team in the near future. While most deals are just media speculation gone a little wild, some of these trades could actually help both teams involved as the league makes big for the second half of the 2012 season.
The latest rumor involves Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant being shipped to the Houston, a move that would give the Texans the deep passing threat they need and allow the Cowboys to finally move past the mistake of drafting the young receiver.
Bryant has failed to live up to the hype since his arrival in Dallas, but a move to a smaller market and a team that already has a number one receiver would allow the youngster to handle the pressure of playing football differently and give Houston the help they need offensively to make a run at a Super Bowl title.
The NFL has just two teams left who have yet to lose a game and the Texans are part of that group, but the defense is now overshadowing the offense and a move like this could make this a balanced team that would become very difficult to defend, especially in the playoffs and that could make this a win-win deal for both teams.