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Biggest Winners & Losers NFL Trade Deadline

Losers:

LA Rams

Yea a team that picked up another piece in a Super Bowl run is the loser. Dumping everything in one season could be devastating, what if the Rams don’t win the Super Bowl next year? They have maybe a 3 year span and after that they won’t be able to pay everyone and won’t have the draft picks to replace either. The Rams are losers until we find out that this works somehow, but with salary restrictions, its just about impossible. You build your team with the draft, that’s a proven fact, this all in method seems like an accident waiting to happen.

KC Chiefs

Dude…do something. The Chiefs are among the NFLs elite, but the Patriots proved they can be out gunned with a weak defense. This isn’t a good sign for the playoffs, that’t not saying the Chiefs can’t out score teams through the playoffs, but picking up some secondary help would have gave the defense a renewed confidence. The D-line hasn’t been the issue, it’s how bad the secondary gets burnt. Sound be real interesting to see how teams continue to attack the Chiefs, especially the Monday night Rams game.

Green Bay Packers

SOOOO, are you just packing it in? Trading Ha Ha was a confusing one for a contender then trading Montgomery because he made a bad play, it’s just not a good look. Maybe this will bring this team together, but we will have to see.

Detroit Lions

The Lions traded Golden Tate. The trade is somewhat curious for the Lions, who seemed to be gearing up for a playoff run after acquiring run-stopper Damon Harrison from the New York Giants for a fifth-round pick. Mike Tanier of Bleacher Report was likewise puzzled when he tweeted: “So, are the #Lions rebuilding or contending? They’re Conbuilding!” Does anyone know what the Lions are doing?

Winners:

Houston Texans

They lost Fuller and added another elite NFL receiver, they are hot right now, so adding this piece makes the Texans terrifying for anyone in the league. Hopkins and Thomas instantly become one of the leagues best duos.

Washington Redskins

A five-year starter and 2014 first-round pick for Green Bay, Clinton-Dix registered 27 tackles and three interceptions in seven games this year. The 2016 Pro Bowler should immediately help an already stout Washington defense that has allowed the fifth-fewest points in the NFL. The ‘Skins are in a tough division, they needed something to give them an extra push. This was a surprising move, but after it happened made a lot of sense.

Baltimore Ravens

The Ravens offense ranks a dismal 27th in the NFL in yards per play (5.2) this season. Baltimore needed to make a move after losing its last two games, as it sits outside the playoff picture at 4-4. Adding another offensive weapon for only a seventh-round pick seems prudent. Montgomery is solid, so it only makes sense a team would inquire about him with the Green Bay drama.Plus we’ve seem these revenge stories before, this dude may be about to go off. Don’t be shocked to see Montgomery be the second half’s biggest break out player.

Philadelphia Eagles

On paper the Eagles have a good receiver/Tight end core, but they currently rank 20th in the NFL and are .500. A spark plug needed to be added and that exactly what Golden Tate brings. Tate is a yards after carry monster, so teams have to stick to him, that opens up the other big receivers that the Eagles have. This is similar to the Chiefs signing Sammy Watkins and that worked out fine for them.

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