Here are three trade targets for the Los Angeles Rams to consider from the Dallas Cowboys before the deadline at the end of October.
Depending on how things go over the next few months, the Los Angeles Rams could very well end up meeting the Dallas Cowboys in the playoffs for a second year in a row since both teams appear to be serious contenders so far in the NFC.
But with the trade deadline quickly approaching, could the Rams actually benefit from the Cowboys if the team were willing to consider moving on from certain players?
Long shot or not, Los Angeles has found ways to pull off unexpected trades before, whether it involved acquiring Marcus Peters from the Kansas City Chiefs or Brandin Cooks when he was a member of the New England Patriots.
As great as the Rams look on both sides of the football, it’s no secret there’s always room for improvement with a few positions, whether it happens to be at linebacker or simply the offensive line.
And since the NFC is already shaping up to be filled with plenty of competitive teams standing in the way of Los Angeles, any extra help possible before the deadline could certainly help the Rams in a big way.
Pulling off a trade with another contender in the same conference doesn’t always make the most sense, but also these things happen more often in the NFL than fans realize, meaning anything seems possible.
So to have a little fun, if the Cowboys were to somehow become interested in pulling off a trade before the deadline arrives at the end of the month, here are three players that would be worth targeting for the Rams.