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  1. The first QB that goes down this year offer Prescott and you still have Dalton. There is enough on this team to get you to the playoffs, it's getting ridiculous on how some players hold teams hostage and handcuff them from paying the others. The Jones's are right with all the endorsements that come with being the Cowboys QB you can leave a little money to help pay the supporting cast. Greed is what is ruining this world how much is enough.
  2. I agree Williams is an offensive tackle he has trouble moving in tight quarters he has excellent lateral movement so try him at swing tackle or just a back up.
  3. He isn't worth $16 million, doesn't make enough ball hawking plays, I know he had hip surgery last year and gave up too much cushion in coverage but $ 16 mill. you will get CB in the draft that will cost you less. Who knows what the new coaching system brings to the Cowboys.
  4. I was never a Dez Bryant fan when he was here the first time but I think he would be a better option than Jason Witten for Prescott's security blanket. He's a big bodied , route runner, good hands and could be a miss match in the slot. Maybe a Larry Fitzgerald type receiver sneaky speed and muscle to make plays. Get a smaller, faster receiver in the draft to replace Cobb , he drops too many passes.
  5. There is no way that I would pay Byron Jones big money because he has never lived up to being a ball hawk type corner the last 2 years he has been so soft in the secondary getting beat and not getting any turnovers, start rebuilding the secondary through the draft. They say in sports if your not strong up the middle your a very weak team and we know the Cowboys suck up the middle both safeties have know ballhawking skills, they are too slow to react. The only CB that occasionally creates turnovers is Jourdan Lewis, Awuzie has lost all confidence in his play. 2020 Draft 1/17) Grant Delpit (FS) LSU 6-3" 205 lbs ball hawk, creates turnovers 2/51) Kyle Dugger(SS) Lenoir Rhyne 6-2" 215 lbs 4.35 - 4.40 speed a thumper and ability to cover, returns punts 3/82) Ross Blacklock (DT) TCU 6-3" 305 lbs. can consistently apply pressure to QB 4/122) Denzil Mims (WR) Baylor 6-3" 215 lbs big bodied receiver who can find separation and a red zone target 5/156)Stanford Samuels (CB) Florida St. 6-2" 185 lbs good coverage skills and not afraid to make tackles 5/comp) Quez Watkins (WR) Southern Mississippi 6-1" 190 lbs 4.31 - 4.40 speed your version of Henry Ruggs and he has no mentions of concussions like Ruggs, a playmaker and opens up the field for the other players on the field, good complementary player for this offense 7/233) Kamal Martin (LB) Minnesota 6-3" 240lbs good run support and in coverage
  6. I've seen some of Oklahoma's games this year and Gallimore does bring the pressure on the inside but with a new regime coming will he be a fit with the scheme
  7. Great 4 top picks, please not a TE with wild card pick, hey the Cowboys don't use Jarwin as much as they should. I would either go with another WR or a LT. Those are 2 areas that are going need upgrade with Smith's injury concerns and Austin, Cobb and Cooper free agents.
  8. You talk about cutting or trading Tyron Smith , Cowboys should of done it at the trade deadline when the Jets were willing to trade Jamal Adams for smith or Martin. I spoke of that in earlier threads that the Cowboys offensive line is nowhere as good as it was 3 - 4 years ago. Too many injuries especially the players with hefty contracts. Hey having a premier safety in Adams and signing him to a long term contract would start help fixing the secondary. There are good offensive tackles coming out this year.
  9. It doesn't matter who they get if Jerry Jones keeps sticking his nose into the locker room and signing a bunch of underachievers we'll never see another Super Bowl.
  10. The Cowboys need to stop with these ridiculous contracts for under achievers look at other rosters and see what they have going forward. Example look at the free agents this year and you'll see better talent on other teams that their salary cap is comparable to the Cowboys, take Marcus Peters (CB) I think I saw he's making 4 or 5 hundred thousand more than Byron Jones boy if I'm the Cowboys I would rather sign a playmaker like Peter's over Jones who rarely makes turnovers. Prescott is not a $35 - $40 million dollar QB. As soon as he shows he can get to the NFC finals than I would consider it. Hell I know you just can't blame Prescott but he's part of the problem with poor decisions @ times.
  11. YES IT'S TIME TO GET RID OF GARRETT HE COULDN'T COACH POP WARNER FOOTBALL!!!!!!!!!!!! They had New England right where they wanted them and still Garrett can not adjust during the game to make the right calls all you have to do is see that they have no one back to receive the punt and no one covering the gunner hurry up and snap the ball and throw a slant to get 1st down or who knows maybe a touch down.
  12. I agree with you the Cowboys really haven't been signing huge freeagent deals since Brandon Carr burned them and they have been bringing in mediocre replacements. Which don't really make splash plays . If you look ahead to the Cowboys free agents next year Cooper & Prescott are the only 2 definite resigns after that maybe a Robert Quinn to a 2 or 3 year contract the rest are basically special team players on other rosters in the league other then Bennett but with Bennett you have to take his age into consideration. Byron Jones isn't a playmaker, I would rather sign a Marcus Peters or a Mckenzie Alexander. So instead of the Cowboys sign cheap fill ins on the roster sign or draft some beast that make key plays and create take aways.
  13. Zak Martin is worth a Jamal Adams he's been injured the last 2 years and hasn't lived up to his contract and when he was out they still ran the ball pretty good and the Cowboys need to spend money on other key positions they have enough quality depth to plug in between the tackles. You don't get a talent like Adams every day.
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