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Jerry Jones Points To A Possible Deadline For All-In Cowboys Trade

Before the trade deadline, Jerry Jones raises the hopes of every Dallas Cowboys fan.

Every team in the NFL right now—including the Dallas Cowboys—should pick up the phone to see what they can do to improve their team before the NFL 2022 deadline. If you don’t do anything, you better be pretty confident in Not having good upgrade options available, or being too confident with what you already have on the list.

For what it’s worth, cowboys have a right to be confident. At 6-2, they survived Dak Prescott’s injury storm that led them to turn to Cooper Rush to start five games of the season. He won four of them admirably, which not many expected.

According to the Fort-Worth Star Telegram, Jerry Jones is very open to the idea of ​​trading:

“If I had the opportunity to do something that could be interpreted as real work on the bone, I would,” he added. “I feel good about our chances. I will. I will give up some future coins to go for it.”

Jones, in the same conversation, referred to the Cowboys’ signing of the Deion Sanders to a “too stacked group,” which helped them secure Super Bowl XXX.

Cowboys have some areas they can vaccinate

Cowboys are good, but they can definitely improve. They average 22.9 points per game, halfway through. They are 15 in net yards per pass attempt and 14 in net yards per lunge attempt. They are very good, but they are definitely not elite in anything on the offensive side.

Some of those numbers, of course, are affected by the fact that they have a backed up QB running the show for more than a month.

Defense is another story, the team has been very good in this aspect, allowing the fewest yards to pass and the fourth fewest touchdowns.

One area that has been hurting since the start of the season is the offensive line. The Cowboys allow a compression ratio of more than 20% for each dip percentage, which is the 11th highest in the league. The 2.0-second pocket time the Cowboys gave their QBs is the fourth smallest window any team in the league has to throw the ball, which explains why they are 27th in passing yards. Such a trade wouldn’t be as exciting as adding Deion Sanders mid-season, but it would be impactful if they could find a losing team veteran looking to secure draft picks.

What moves would they make? Branden Chefs Wide Reception It was offered as an option (Subscription required), one that doesn’t fix the above offensive line issues but gives another option for Prescott to increase passing yards.

Maybe they find a way to dump Ezekiel Elliot.

Who knows what way this goes, but it will be as interesting as ever to see if Jerry Jones is just breathing smoke or is really serious about competing.

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