Cowboys draft day hot takes that would break the internet

Dallas Cowboys vice president Stephen Jones owner Jerry Jones Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
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The Dallas Cowboys tried to trade for safety Jamal Adams before but were unsuccessful. They try again with a Seattle team that might be closer to the brink of a collapse than some realize and find success. A first and a third is the same price Dallas was rumored to have agreed to give up for Adams at the trade deadline back in 2019.

It really hurts to lose the tenth overall selection to not only trade or for a guy but give him his much-awaited payday as well. Good thing that Safety Jamal Adams is no ordinary guy.

You see, the Seahawks currently have a disgruntled quarterback who has been the subject of trade rumors. Their defense was worse than the Dallas Cowboys and they filled their defensive line with former Dallas Cowboys defensive castoffs.

Names like Benson Mayowa, Damontre Moore, and Kerry Hyder now represent the twelfth man defensive line rotation and the team has under $8 million in cap space but what makes this possible is the Seahawks only have three draft picks entering the draft.

Seattle has a late 2nd round pick (56), a fourth-round pick (129), and Detroit’s seventh-round pick (250). This gives the Dallas Cowboys an opportunity they might not have had before. If Seattle had a full slate of draft picks, they probably hang the phone up on Dallas once they hear their request.

Basically sitting idle for what is the most effective way of building your roster could give them pause which is where Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has made a living. Selling has always been a Jerry Jones staple but buying low on a high product is where the enigmatic owner can separate himself from the rest.

Defensive coordinator Dan Quinn already has Safeties Keanu Neal and Donovan Wilson on board but what would the Dallas defense look like with Jamal Adams also? I suspect that the Dallas run defense won’t be as big of a problem as it was last year.

Wilson could play the free safety spot like he did last year and play Jamal Adams at the strong safety spot. Both of those guys are interchangeable which means the team could alternate roles throughout the game. Neal can still play the hybrid role without disruption.

So what did you think about these crazy draft hot takes? Is there at least one option that mildly intrigues you? I have to say the Byron Jones trade kinda had me raise my eyebrows as well as the Quinnen trade. The point is you never know how the draft will unfold.

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The Dallas Cowboys have a few options out there but these wild trades or selections show the team has to have some kind of restraint or will they will be the top story, good or bad, in the sporting world.