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Star NFL QB on His Way Out? Analyst Weighs In on Blockbuster Trade That May Be Gaining Momentum

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The Dallas Cowboys are in a situation where trading quarterback Dak Prescott for Chicago Bears’ Justin Fields is being considered.

Analysts suggest that while Prescott’s return seems likely, trading for Fields could offer financial benefits and additional draft picks for the Cowboys.

From the Bears’ perspective, adding Prescott could provide immediate credibility and a chance for playoffs.

“Grabbing Fields comes with little risk,” K.D. Drummond wrote.

“Adding Prescott instead of a rookie QB, gives Chicago instant credibility and a chance to make the playoffs right now.”

“Bears GM Ryan Poles didn’t draft Fields, so tying your future to a QB that isn’t even part of your regime seems like a dumb move,” he wrote.

However, there are concerns about tying the future to a quarterback not drafted by the current regime.

Prescott’s contract gives him the power to veto any trade, but if such a deal were to happen, it could benefit both teams.

“Another 12-5 season — Dallas’ third in a row — has ended in utter disaster and ended a three-year run with just a single playoff win,” Anthony Licciardi wrote.

“Stars need to be paid, generational talents are aging out, and Dallas still hasn’t made a conference game,” he wrote.

“The Cowboys would be able to put Fields behind the best offensive line of his career and, if the defense comes back strong, could still compete for a playoff spot,” he wrote.

There are also discussions about the potential for Fields to develop and the flexibility it could offer.

“If Fields flames out, the rookie can start in 2025 after marinating for a season. This gives them flexibility and a chance at a somewhat cost-controlled star quarterback,” Licciardi wrote, adding that “it’s hard to conjure up a scenario where moving on is anywhere close to preferable.”

“The culture in our building is outstanding. The guys work hard every single day. The relationship piece is there. We care about each other,” Matt Eberflus said.

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