A report has released saying Matthew Stafford and the Detroit Lions mutually agreed to part ways. Here is why the Washington Football Team should attempt to trade for Stafford.
According to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, Matthew Stafford and the Detroit Lions have mutually agreed to part ways. It is a report that makes complete sense.
The Lions recently hired a new head coach, Dan Campbell, and a new GM, Brad Holmes. As they enter yet another rebuild it makes sense that Stafford would want to go a place ready to win-now.
It seems that the Lions will grant the former No. 1 overall picks wish. With the seventh overall pick and added draft compensation via a Stafford trade, they will have an opportunity to draft Stafford’s replacement in a strong quarterback class.
Why Matthew Stafford fits in with the Washington Football Team
So what does this mean for the Washington Football Team? Matthew Stafford provides a quarterback that can solve the long-standing problem for the franchise.
Stafford would be the perfect quarterback to make Washington a contender again. A combination of poor play and injuries forced Washington to play four different quarterbacks in 2020. It makes perfect sense for the Washington Football Team to be one of the leading candidates. Here’s why that’s the case.