The NFL’s annual offseason trade deadline is looming.
With many teams scrambling to make roster moves and build the next great dynasty, one thing that many of them don’t have is an idea of what exactly they’re looking for.
As the NFL season draws to a close, the draft has become one of the most important stages in the league’s process of building a new dynasty.
Draft experts are trying to find a franchise’s best offensive line and best defensive backfield, while drafting the right quarterback to make them a dynasty.
But what if you were looking for a look that would go with everything that is going on in the NFL right now?
The NFL draft has always been a place where talent is found, and there are some teams that could take that talent and combine it with their current roster and make something special.
So let’s take a look at what you need to know about the upcoming draft.
The 2017 NFL Draft is shaping up to be a very important one for the Dallas Cowboys.
In order to make the playoffs, the Cowboys must win their final eight games of the regular season, which will come against the Cleveland Browns, Indianapolis Colts, Miami Dolphins, Washington Redskins, and Tennessee Titans.
In the NFL, that means the Cowboys will need to win all seven games of this season, and that’s exactly what they’re doing.
The Cowboys have a ton of talent on their roster.
Quarterback Dak Prescott, wide receiver Dez Bryant, defensive end Myles Garrett, linebacker Anthony Hitchens, defensive tackle Tyron Smith, offensive tackle Gavin Escobar, safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, and running back Ezekiel Elliott all play for the Cowboys, and they are all currently in the top 10 of the NFL’s rankings.
The NFL Draft will likely determine who the Cowboys draft with their top pick, and one of them could be their next franchise quarterback.
The next quarterback is going to be the team’s savior.
Dallas is hoping that Dak Prescott has been the best quarterback the team has seen all season.
He’s put together a solid rookie season that has been solid enough that he’s looked like a potential franchise quarterback by the time the season is over.
Prescott’s numbers haven’t gone anywhere near as impressive as many expected, and his arm strength and accuracy have always been solid.
However, it’s hard to look past Prescott’s ability to throw with the confidence that he is able to complete a deep pass in a timely fashion.
Prescott has completed a whopping 94.3 percent of his passes in 2016, and he’s thrown an NFL-high four touchdowns and no interceptions.
The good news is that Prescott is only 24 years old, and if he continues to grow into his body and make improvements to his mechanics, he could become a top-10 quarterback in the draft.
Prescott should also have a strong supporting cast around him, with the Cowboys having a talented receiving corps with Dez, Kenny Stills, and Jason Witten.
Prescott could be a perfect fit for the team that drafted him, as he’s a quarterback who can run with the best of them.
The New York Jets have made it a point to surround Prescott with the type of talent they have, and in recent weeks they’ve done just that.
The Jets have a stacked offensive line that is filled with the kind of pass protection talent that can lead to big plays in the passing game.
They also have one of, if not the best, secondary in the entire NFL.
New York’s secondary has been known for its playmaking, which has allowed quarterback Sam Darnold to go from being a bit of a QB-scrambler to a legit top-five quarterback in his rookie season.
Darnolds struggles with accuracy, but his overall accuracy rating is among the highest in the AFC.
As a result, it is hard to think that the Jets would pass up on Darnones talent.
Prescott is also a big-play threat that will be able to pick up yards after the catch.
The team’s best defensive player in 2017, Darrelle Revis, has been a major part of New York since being drafted.
He is a good cover corner, but he also has the physical tools that Prescott will need in order to succeed in the pros.
The only problem is that Revis is also 31 years old.
New Orleans also has a strong running game with a bunch of talented backs in De’Anthony Thomas, Alvin Kamara, and Branden Oliver.
With all of this talent and support behind them, New York will be a tough team to beat this season.
Dak Prescott is the perfect fit.
He could make the New York Cowboys the most dangerous offense in the NFC East.
He can throw it deep and hit receivers from all over the field.
He has great accuracy and a great arm.
The fact that he has shown he can throw with his legs, while making sure to put the ball on the ground and not take it away is a recipe for success.
Prescott would be a big, physical player that can run