3 Dallas Cowboys Players That Need To Be Traded This Offseason

By Hardik Savani November 24, 2020 Category : Guest Post

It’s going to be a long season for the Dallas Cowboys. After going into the 2020 season with Super Bowl aspirations, the team has used four different quarterbacks and are in the midst of a four-game losing streak. Head coach Mike McCarthy could be ousted after just one season, but he’s not the only issue.

The team needs a new look and could potentially need a full rebuild. Losing quarterback Dak Prescott was one issue, but the team was losing even with him on the field. This offseason, the Cowboys will have some tough decisions. Putting these three players on the trade block is going to be one of them.

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Leighton Vander Esch-Linebacker

The Cowboys defense is a complete atrocity. If someone made a bet on the Cowboys making the Super Bowl, they need to make a hard dash to their phone and withdraw their money from the casino with Neteller. Even with names like Demarcus Lawrence, Jaylon Smith, and Randy Gregory, this defense can’t make a stop. That brings us to the idea of the team trading former Pro Bowl linebacker Leighton Vander Esch.

Between the neck and the collarbone injuries, it feels that Vander Esch is treading water before becoming the next Sean Lee. In just his third season, Vander Esch will have been sitting out for nearly half of the games played during that time. Vander Esch made the Pro Bowl as a rookie in 2018, but hasn’t looked anything like himself since. Vander Esch has looked solid in his return and could raise his stock towards a middle round draft pick.

Ezekiel Elliott-Running Back

Ever since running back Ezekiel Elliott signed his massive extension last year, all eyes have been on the star player’s production. Former Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman believes that we are starting to see Zeke slow down.

He was asked the question, “is Elliott starting to show signs of slowing down” on The Musers on 96.7 FM/1310 AM The Ticket. Aikman further discussed Zeke’s contract. Last year, he was given a four-year, $60 million contract extension to bring his total deal worth six years and $90 million. However, Aikman believes that teams can effectively find players to run the ball without spending that type of money.

Aikman might be onto something here. The Cowboys have a decimated offensive line and you can only run the ball as far as the line will take you. If the Cowboys truly wanted to rebuild this franchise, finding a trade partner, similarly to what the Ram did with Todd Gurley, would be a smart move.

Michael Gallup-Wide Receiver

Gallup, a 1,000-yard receiver just a year ago, was thought to be out of Dallas after the team started the season 2-5. Instead, the Cowboys elected to keep Gallup because the team thought they could still make a run towards the playoffs. After a loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday to fall to 2-7, it’s looking very unlikely.

Gallup’s stock has taken a hit and there is no guarantee he will ever be a 1,000-yard receiver again. He might be a product of Dak Prescott instead of being a great receiver.The Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions were interested in Gallup and would have potentially parted with a first-round draft pick because Gallup is still on his rookie contract. Instead, the Cowboys are left without draft capital and a rough season.

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