It's time for 30 NFL teams to come together and think about the good of the league, because even though it may not be the best idea for every franchise, someone has to trade for Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey just so the Patriots don't get the chance to.
Quarterbacks around the league are dropping like flies while Tom Brady holds steady, and New England acquired Antonio Brown after he was released from the Raiders. Let's also not forget Josh Gordon was conveniently reinstated right before the start of the season.
Now, if the Patriots get Jalen Ramsey too, they're basically Thanos when he collects all the Infinity Stones in Avengers: Infinity War.
A Ramsey trade seems imminent at this point, after the superstar requested to be moved following a loss to the Texans on Sunday. Though a deal isn't expected to happen until Friday given the Jags' short week as they gear up to play the Tennessee Titans on Thursday Night Football.
That should give other teams ample time to get a trade package together before the Patriots manage to make it happen.
New England is already a Super Bowl favorite, and while their offense gets all the attention, their defense is absolutely dominant and can match up with any offense in the league. Adding Ramsey to that unit would officially lock up another Pats championship, so for the sake of the league somebody really needs to get Ramsey before Bill Belichick devises an evil master plan to get the outspoken star on his team.