I think that you are right in considering this trade. If Warner and company can't get on track then Faulk's #'s are going to suffer. TB's CB's have stated that going into the Monday night's game that thier scouts have noticed that Warner has been locking onto his recievers and that his eyes were giving him away and it appears that they are onto something. Also Holt is going to get more attention because Bruce just isn't the reciever that he was two years ago, if he was he would have never missed that deep pass Monday night that he dropped. All this is just going to make it harder on Faulk. Also with the back-up situation the way it is you can't be sure which of his understudies to get as his back-up and he also seems to miss some playing time each season with some sort of injury. That being said be careful of who you are willing to trade him for because although McAllister has put up good numbers so far this season look at how many touches a game it is taking him to get them. I have my doubts about him holding up to this kind of punishment for a 16 game season. He never went a full season in collage without an injury. I would look for a RB that has a more proven track record, if you could do that with the recivers he is offering you would still be sitting good no matter what Faulk does after the trade.