Dallas Cowboys: 3 most tradeable players on the roster

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If the Dallas Cowboys want to be sellers at the trade deadline, here are the three players who will offer returns

The Dallas Cowboys may be leading the NFC East but that doesn’t mean they’re anything close to what we consider a playoff team. If anything, their 2-4 record is no more than fool’s gold – something that looks better than what it actually is.

The Cowboys pulled off an improbable comeback against the Atlanta Falcons that defied odds and should be regarded as a 1-100 outcome. And the only other win came against the winless New York Giants who have proven to be impotent without Saquon Barkley in the fold.

Even more to the point, both wins came with Dak Prescott under center most of, if not all of, the time. It’s reasonable to think the Cowboys are more of a 1-5 team right now and if things continue to look like they did last week in Game 1 of the Andy Dalton era, the Dallas Cowboys may never win another game again.

If that’s the feeling, the Dallas Cowboys may opt to sell off a couple valuable pieces before the upcoming NFL Trade Deadline on November 3rd. It would jettison some parts that don’t factor into the long-term plans, and possibly pull a decent return in the process.

Today we’re going to look at three players who hold the most trade value on the Dallas Cowboys. This isn’t to say the Cowboys should trade them, rather to illustrate who holds value and what could be the potential return.