Titans and Cowboys should swap draft picks.
The Tennessee Titans and Dallas Cowboys are ideal partners when you look at the team needs for each franchise entering the 2021 NFL Draft.
In fact, you can make the argument that the Titans and Cowboys really have a lot in common.
Both are teams that are historically known for their great running backs and offensive lines and both teams are currently high-powered offenses that need help on defense. Most importantly though, both teams can bond over how they hate the Houston Texans.
So these two franchises should be fast friends. The first move they should make to solidify their newfound friendship is to make a trade that helps both teams in the 2021 NFL Draft. After all, trades between AFC and NFC teams rarely come back to bite the GMs of either side because your fan base is probably not going to have a lot of exposure to the other side of the deal.
Marcus Mosher who covers the Dallas Cowboys has a shortlist of players that he wants the Cowboys to trade up for and he has a great chart to show how much he would give up for each pick.
The Titans and Cowboys are perfect trade partners here with both teams getting a fair deal. One reason why this deal should work in reality as well as it works on paper is that the Cowboys really need to focus on adding game-changing talents to their defense.
On the other hand, the Titans really have their starters locked in place on both sides of the ball, although they need quality depth and upside at WR EDGE, DL, and CB which are some of the deeper positions in the draft, even though some may lack top-end talent worthy of a first round pick.
So what would a trade look like for both teams? Well, I decided to do a 4-round NFL Mock Draft to see how it worked out for both sides.