NFL roundtable: Which teams should pursue deals before deadline?

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NFL roundtable Which teams should pursue deals before deadline?

When it comes to the NFL trading deadline, there is often a gap between what some teams should be doing and what they are willing to do. The mid-season annual cut provides teams that are selling one last chance for a significant surge in talent or an opportunity to clear some cap space and recharge draft picks. , many organizations are still content to hold their own.

After discussing which teams could be buyers or sellers this year, we asked reporters, columnists, and editors from USA TODAY Sports NFL: Which teams should act before this year’s deadline?

Your Answers:

Jarrett Bell Miami.

And Houston.

Even so. We’ve waited far too long for the trigger to be pulled on a Deshaun Watson trade.

The other trigger for the former Houston Texans quarterback is, of course, his off-field drama and potential suspension. Regardless of this, the Dolphins can (possibly) restart their show with Watson. And hey, he wants to be in the south. Florida: By closing the deal, Miami could potentially swallow every possible lock in the ledger this season and set the table for Watson for 2022.

Texans are used to saying goodbye to talented players.I mean, DeAndre Hopkins, JJ Watt, Duane Brown, and Jadeveon Clowney previously worked in Houston, so it’s time to finally add Watson to that list.

Jori Epstein

The Packers know the damage a talented quarterback can do to a secondary; His own shooter, Aaron Rodgers, runs a clinic on a regular basis, so Green Bay should also know how to improve his tight corner space as Jaire Alexander (injured reserve) and Kevin King battle shoulder injuries.Even after defeating the Cardinals and Kyler Murray, the Packers face pre-December attacks led by Patrick Mahomes and Matthew Stafford.

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