I'm still relatively new here, so don't pour your "hatorade" just yet.
Here me out, and know that I DID NOT see the 2nd half of Sunday's game. But, listening to Schope and the Bull tonight, the question about Peters being indispensable came up.
Shope (who's usually been an optimist this year in regards to the Bills' struggles and fans' consternation) said that it might not be a horrible move for them to trade him. He's in his prime, he's going to garner a TON of money, and he's an LT. But Schope pointed out that the Bills are winning games without Peters; that he might not be someone imperative to their ability to create more W's.
So yes - Peters is a stud and he's proven his worth, and I think they should and will keep him. However, would the Bills be better off seeing what he's worth to them in trade? They have so many other needs that might be addressed if it happened.
Again - not my idea, but it got me thinking...what about you?