Which players would benefit from a change of scenery?

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Jets safety Jamal Adams wants out of New York. Obviously, he believes he’d benefit from a change of scenery.

Which inspired Friday’s PFT Live draft: Which players currently in the NFL would benefit from being traded to a new team?

Big Cat and yours truly drafted four players each. Big Cat, for the most part, played it straight. (For a change.) Take a look and a listen and chime in with your own thoughts in the comments.

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11 responses to “Which players would benefit from a change of scenery?

  1. Just finished watching week 16 Vikes Packers, guess who wasnt playing? Dalvin Cook. He missed the most important game of the year, coulda used him in 4th wuarter in Seattle ss well but too fragile to tough it out in a huge game, he started the next week.

    Now he wants how much? 14 million for a guy who’s missed 19 games out of a possible 48. No thank you. Offer him 10 million absolute maximum. If thats no good for him, trade him to Miami or Tampa for a 1st Miami has the draft capital having 2 1st rounders next year and Tampa shpuld make that trade too if theyre truly all in on a SB run.

    Skol!

  2. Aaron Rodgers to the Raiders, the writing is already on the wall the coach doesn’t like Aaron. Green Bay can bring in Kap to get the “special waiver” to get out of Aaron’s cap hit. Kap, since most think he is an all pro-QB should easily be able to run Green Bay’s offense until Love is ready.

  3. Obviously Matt Stafford but also Carr from Oakland/LV, Andrew Luck, though retired, Trubiskey, maybe Wilson.

  4. Sopita says:
    June 19, 2020 at 12:11 pm
    Just finished watching week 16 Vikes Packers, guess who wasnt playing? Dalvin Cook. He missed the most important game of the year, coulda used him in 4th wuarter in Seattle ss well but too fragile to tough it out in a huge game, he started the next week.

    Now he wants how much? 14 million for a guy who’s missed 19 games out of a possible 48. No thank you. Offer him 10 million absolute maximum. If thats no good for him, trade him to Miami or Tampa for a 1st Miami has the draft capital having 2 1st rounders next year and Tampa shpuld make that trade too if theyre truly all in on a SB run.

    Skol!

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    Ok but only if you give us a first right back for Jordan Howard or Matt Brenda.

    A first for Davin Cook? LMAO. Skol translates to sinking ship right?

    MIA > MINN in every way. Miami’s secondary will be what Minnesota tried to create with all those wasted high draft picks at CB.

    Through 7 games last year Miami was the worst team in NFL history, 9 games and an off-season later you could only wish you were a Dolphins fan.

    Keep your hands off our picks.

  5. Leonard Fournette or Saquan Barkley would take a bubble team over the edge and we’d give them all the credit for it. As it stands they’re overlooked backs languishing on mediocre irrelevant teams

  6. I’d like to see a GM/owner trade. Jets and Cowboys.

    Then Dallas will realize 8-8 and Jerry are a huge upgrade. At least Dallas gets to throw the dart. Bound to hit the target once in the next 10 years.

    Jersey Jerry.

  7. Jordan Love. He was over-drafted into an impossible situation where he has to eventually follow in the footsteps of Favre and Rodgers but he doesn’t have the potential. Not to mention he’ll be iced out by Aaron for years. His career is over before it begins given the circumstances.

  8. arealisticpackerfan says:
    June 19, 2020 at 4:25 pm

    Jordan Love. He was over-drafted into an impossible situation where he has to eventually follow in the footsteps of Favre and Rodgers but he doesn’t have the potential. Not to mention he’ll be iced out by Aaron for years. His career is over before it begins given the circumstances.

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    Jeez – with those advanced talent evaluation skills, I’m surprised no NFL team has hired you as head of scouting or even G.M.

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