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Colin Cowherd: Packers Should Make Trade With Cowboys For Amari Cooper ASAP

Colin Cowherd: “I would trade Amari Cooper tomorrow and I’ve got a team – The Green Bay Packers. This is a franchise who wants to win Super Bowls. Can they beat Tampa with this current roster? We already saw them play. NO, they cannot beat Tampa with this current roster. Amari Cooper is a need, and he’s expensive, but you can get out of the contract after next year. Look at the arms race currently happening just in the NFC. Tampa Bay with Antonio Brown has three no. 1 receivers. Seattle had DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett, two number one receivers. The Rams have 3-4 very competent receivers. The Saints have Alvin Kamara, who is half receiver/half back, and Michael Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders. Arizona has now won 7 of 10, and has Christian Kirk, DeHop, and Kyler Murray is a weapon… And you’re going to go with Davante Adams, who gets hurt fairly regularly, and a bunch of guys who are no. 2 and no. 3 receivers?? And if you got to the Super Bowl, Kansas City and Pittsburgh are loaded with weapons… This is a PERFECT deal. Dallas needs to rebuild and needs picks. They don’t need wide receivers. You have 2-3 elite more years with Aaron Rodgers, and you need weapons for Aaron. You can’t just wait to ‘develop’ players, get Aaron stars NOW.” (Full Segment Above)

Listen to Colin Cowherd explain why the Green Bay Packers should heavily push to acquire Cowboys wide receiver Amari Cooper before next week’s trade deadline, as Colin believes you’ve got a team in Dallas who needs to rebuild with draft picks ASAP, and a team in Green Bay who doesn’t have legitimate weapons outside of Davante Adams.

Check out the video above as Colin details why Green Bay needs to jump into the NFC arms race with a loaded conference that boasts multiple star receivers and backs with every contender.

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