Dallas Cowboys Open to Making Major Trades

The Dallas Cowboys are one of the NFL's best teams and they are open for business. Owner Jerry Jones confirmed this week that the team is willing to make a big trade if it means they upgrade their team.

Jones spoke to the media and had this to say about his roster:

We're open for business year round. On the other hand, we got a unique situation because we've got players coming that we're gonna have to have roster spots for. We got a little bigger problem than trading for somebody right now. It's always nice if there's an opportunity out there. But at the same time, we have a lot of confidence in this roster.

The Cowboys have started 5-1 and look like as strong as ever with this roster. It seems as if the perfect deal would need to be dropped off on Jones' desk for Dallas to pull the trigger. Regardless, they've made it known they are going for it this season and feel they have as good a chance as any team in the league to win a Super Bowl.

The Cowboys have only won two playoff games in the past 12 years. Perhaps this is the year they finally make some noise in the postseason. It could all start with a big trade before the November 2nd trade deadline.

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