After a fluke undercover drug bust saves their jobs, repairs the department’s damaged reputation and turns them into unlikely heroes, two sleazy and morally bankrupt city cops are targeted by the dangerous drug syndicate they accidentally swindled.
Craig’s version is a streamlined improvement, but we are still at a point where there is a weak goal — keep the corruption hidden. That could go one forever. I suggest you think about the workable goal that will have an obvious outcome, rather success or failure.
>>>targeted by the dangerous drug syndicate they accidentally swindled.
The logline unintentionally but nonetheless essentially frames the (head of) the drug syndicate as the protagonist because it gives him an overarching objective goal in response to the inciting incident of the cop caper while giving no overarching objective goal to the cops.
If the cops are the protagonists, then the logline needs to frame a plot in terms of their objective goal — not that of the syndicate.