2. Chance Warmack, Philadelphia Eagles, Guard
The trade market for the offensive line this year is very weak, to say the least. It will be very surprising if the Texans do find a permanent solution to the offensive line at some point during this season. However, the Texans don’t have another choice, and they should look into some sort of trade.
It is no mystery that the Texans have one of the worst, if not the worst, offensive line in the entire NFL. Chance Warmack, a former first rounder and current second-string guard for the Philadelphia Eagles, might be the best answer to the Texans’ offensive line. Warmack, trained by the best offensive line coaches in the business, will add some talent to the young and inexperienced offensive line.
After being benched in favor of Isaac Seumalo earlier in the season, Warmack holds very little trade value, making a potential acquisition come at a very small cost. Warmack is a good gamble considering the abominable offensive line that the Texans have, so the Texans might want to give the Eagles a call to see if they have any interest in trading their second-string guard before the trade deadline.