Dallas Cowboys QB
Choice No. 3: Aaron Rodgers (The Grinch from Green Bay)
This trade scenario is the least likely one to happen, but if Rodgers wants out of Green Bay, then anything is possible. And that includes Dallas making a run at one of the best passers of the ball the NFL has ever witnessed. My Gawd!
just remember Jerry is almost 80 and is desperate to win a Super Bowl by any means necessary, even if that means doing the unthinkable and trading our beloved Dak.
Yes, Rodgers is 37 years of age and youth is no longer on his side. But Rodgers just threw 51 touchdowns (playoffs included), is likely to win his second MVP award, and is showing no signs of slowing down. Once again, Rodgers could easily play to age 43 at a decent level, and he can definitely lead Dallas to a Super Bowl victory.
As much as Rodgers has broken Dallas Cowboys fans heart in the waning seconds of a game, they would welcome Rodgers with open arms, watching him lead Dallas to a Super Bowl.
Green Bay will want a boatload of picks for Rodgers, but Dallas would offer Dak to soften the blow and use any draft capital they see fit. Besides, the Packers would rather have a Pro Bowler like Dak to lead their offense instead of the quarterback they drafted last year, Jordan Love.
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For those that think these trade scenarios are far-fetched, just remember Jerry is almost 80 and is desperate to win a Super Bowl by any means necessary, even if that means doing the unthinkable and trading our beloved Dak. In addition, Jerry and Stephen are standing their ground and not moving from their five-year contract offer to Dak.
That’s so disrespectful on so many levels.
If the Dallas Cowboys are disrespecting Dak Prescott by not paying him what the market says he deserves, what makes you think Dallas won’t trade Dak for Watson, Stafford or Rodgers? And whether Dallas pays Dak or not, they’re not allowing him to walk freely without any compensation. Not happening baby!
It’s good that Dak Prescott is on track to a full recovery from his ankle injury and still has contract leverage, but Jerry and Stephen now have options to replace him.
And that’s a scary scenario if you’re a fan of the Dallas Cowboys!