If Gallup doesnt play well this season, it will have zero to do with his knee.The boys are clearly gambling that Gallup will be all the way back this season.
It is a gamble but a reasonable one.
Basically in line with what they have been doing this offseason.
They are going farther then they have in some years; but doing it with trades more than FA.
OBVIOUSLY they think they are close and do not need to take real big risks.
Have you looked at what this would cost? Just moving up from #26 to #15 would cost Dallas first round pick, second round pick, and fifth round pick according to the draft value chart. That strikes me as being an exceptionally bad idea.
Did you just thaw out from being frozen in ice?.
Moving up to 15 would cost us our 1st, 2nd and 4th this year.
I agree like i said that move would involve dealing Lamb for it and it better pay off, BUT if the WR came in and was the #1 right off...you look like a genius for re upping your #1 wr on a rookie deal without paying Lamb...VERY LOW ODDS thoughAnd will be much better after more than a full year of recovery
Lamb, Cook, Gallup
where is this massive hole the OP speaks of....pure lunacy