Five NFL trade deadline deals that should happen, but won’t

The NFL’s trade deadline has moved back to Halloween this season, but that doesn’t mean many more players will be changing costumes — er, uniforms — by Tuesday at 4 p.m. ET. The players easiest to move tend to be unhappy underachievers who draw limited value in return — see Adrian Peterson and Tampa Bay Lightning Cheap Jerseys now, maybe, Martavis Bryant.

While MLB, the NBA and the NHL actually see blockbuster deals every midseason between buyers and sellers, the nature of the NFL (much shorter seasons, much different systems, more salary cap issues) make it difficult to pull off successful marquee swaps.

“I wasn’t holding up my end of the bargain, so it’s tough to get on guys when you’re not playing well,” Siemian said, per The Denver Post. “I’ve got to play better, and it starts with me. We have great leadership on offense, and guys are frankly embarrassed with what we put out there last Sunday. So we got to play better, I’ve got to play better and everybody knows that.”

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Matt Bowen, NFL writer: Dolphins over Ravens. I’ll take Miami on the road. On a short week, look for Adam Gase to lead with Jay Ajayi in this one. Through seven weeks, this Baltimore defense is giving up an average of 145.3 yards rushing per game. That’s dead last in the NFL. Don’t US Cheap Jerseys Club make this complicated: Run the ball, play defense, and get out of town with a win.

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