The Jacksonville Jaguars have good talent that playoff contending teams need. The NFL trade line is drawing near. Here a few trades that Jacksonville should make.
The Jacksonville Jaguars offense is in critical condition. After accumulating sixty yards of offense in the first half, it’s safe to declare the offense unresponsive and on life support. The second half offense showed how easy it is to move the football when the outcome has been determined. Jaguars owner Shad Khan approves of the team and that Gus Bradley should remain in charge. However, they need to make a trade to improve the team.
The trade deadline is drawing closer and maybe Jacksonville will be a major player. There are many rumors floating around the NFL. The Jaguars have some assets that they move in order to improve the offense. Remember trades are theoretically supposed to help both teams. Who could Jacksonville target and which players will they trade away?
Jacksonville Should Consider Making These Trades
First, Dallas needs another wide receiver to take pressure away from Dez Bryant. Jacksonville needs an offensive lineman to strengthen the running game. Jacksonville could offer Allen Robinson for tackle Ron Leary. Dallas needs a wide receiver and Jacksonville needs a lineman.
Philadelphia is looking to add another receiver, too. Jacksonville could trade Rashad Greene for Philadephia’s 2017 second round draft pick. This trade will give Jacksonville an extra pick to add a run stop safety. Can they get a second-rounder for Greene?
There is a trade that ought to be considered. The Cleveland Browns are in dire need of a quarterback. Cleveland should have the first overall pick in the 2017 draft. Why not trade Blake Bortles for that number one pick? Then, with the number one pick, the Jaguars select Deshaun Watson as the new face of the franchise. Watson’s athleticism would help the Jaguars offense more than Bortles has done in three years.
Chances are that the NFL trade deadline will pass without Jacksonville making a move. With a record sitting at 2-5, Jacksonville must not squander away another season. It is amazing that there are teams with winning records looking to get better but the Jaguars are not.