It’s time for the Cowboys to trade Dez Bryant

Posted: December 28, 2017 in Football, New entries, NFL

Dez Bryant is a stellar wide receiver in the National Football league. He had great chemistry with former QB Tony Romo. With Dak Prescott under center however, Bryant’s turned into a solid but unspectacular wide receiver for Dallas.  If Prescott and Bryant aren’t going to form more of a rapport out of thin air, twenty-five games into their “startership,” Dallas should look for more valuable ways to spend that fourteen million a year.

Bryant is averaging 57.4 yards per game and scores a touchdown in fifty two percent of games they (Dez Bryant and Dak Prescott) play together. Bryant was catching for seventy two yards per game with a 74.6% chance to catch a touchdown from 2010 through the 2014 season where Tony Romo was passing to him the overwhelming majority of the time.

Dak is here to stay in Dallas. He’s not going anywhere. The cowboys have evolved into a run first team with their all star offensive line and drafting of Ezekiel Elliott. They also have quality depth with Terrance Williams and Cole Beasley to step up in Bryant’s absence and can look in the middle of the draft for some value replacements like Boise State’s Cedrick Wilson or Indiana’s Simmie Cobbs.

Now the trade deadline has passed, so they would have to workout a deal this off-season. The 49ers could potentially be interested in a big, fast target like Bryant to help their newest QB Jimmy Garoppolo make waves in the NFC West. The Chicago Bears could look to add wide receivers to help their young passer, Trubisky, as well.

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