Cowboys Are Awesome Michael Irvin believes Jerry Jones should follow the Eagles' lead at the trade deadline. 

With the NFL trade deadline approaching on Tuesday, former Cowboys wideout Michael Irvin feels Dallas should follow in the footsteps of the NFC East-leading Eagles and make moves to better the team. 

On Monday, the Eagles reinforced their secondary by acquiring Tennessee standout safety Kevin Byard. Irvin stated on FS1's Undisputed that in order for Dallas to keep up with Philadelphia, 

owner Jerry Jones should send the message, "We're always looking." "The issue is when you're seeing Philadelphia hunt up every stone,

turn over every rock trying to find players, bringing in Julio Jones on offense, going to get a safety from Tennessee your defense," Irvin went on to say. 

You keep bringing in players because you're saying, 'We're doing everything in the front office,' and it's working."

Despite Dallas' 4-2 record, Irvin believes the underwhelming performances of wide outs Michael Gallup and Brandin Cooks should push the front office to deliver players the message that they must start producing. 

"This game right here [vs. the Rams] should be your final, because if I saw Michael Gallup playing like Michael Gallup played years ago, 

if I saw Brandin Cooks doing things, then I would say you're good enough right now." Irvin went on to remark, "They haven't shown enough for me to be saying that I'm outta the business to trade."

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