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Dallas Cowboys and Las Vegas Raiders In Talks Over Dak Prescott Trade

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The Dallas Cowboys suffered an embarrassing and humiliating loss in the NFL Playoffs last season when they were curb-stomped by the Green Bay Packers in their home stadium during the Divisional Round.

Dallas’ defense, which had been lauded as among the league’s best throughout the NFL season, was beat down. They could not begin to stop Green Bay’s running game, and much less their passing attack.

The Dallas offense, also one of the best in the NFL, was anemic throughout the beginning of the game, and only caught rhythm when it was too late. Many fans, after the loss, pointed to the fact that Dak Prescott has failed to reach a Conference Championship game in his entire career.

In 2016, as a rookie, Prescott was defeated by Aaron Rodgers and the Packers in the Divisional round. Two years later he was defeated by the Los Angeles Rams in the Divisional Round. He was defeated by the San Francisco 49ers in the Wild Card Round of the 2021 playoffs, then once again by San Francisco in the Divisional Round in 2022.

Dak’s playoff embarrassments have led fans to ask if the quarterback is capable of delivering postseason success to Dallas. Millions of fans are now calling for Dallas to trade or release the quarterback prior to the 2024 NFL Season.

Heading into an NFL draft with a lot of talent at the quarterback position, some have speculated that Dallas may deal their star quarterback to the Las Vegas Raiders during the draft in exchange for several draft picks, and another quarterback.

The proposed deal includes the Raiders receiving Dak Prescott in exchange for the Raiders No. 13 overall selection in the 2024 Draft, along with their No. 77 third round selection. The Cowboys would also receive the Raiders’ first and fourth round picks in 2025.

There have reportedly been talks between Dallas and Las Vegas about a potential trade including four draft picks and Prescott.

With Dak requiring a contract extension in the very near future, a trade is incredibly realistic. Could the Cowboys deal their starting quarterback?

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