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2 hours ago, D82 said:

 

He better be. Another year under Connor's belt with more muscle on will only benifit the line. With Fred back this line should be the top line again in football bar none. Mix that in with a dominate defense, with a all-pro RB and pro-bowl receiver not to mention Gallup on the cusp of being great. Dak has no more excuses and neither does JG. Only real question mark on this team at positions is safety and TE. We are borderline elite in talent. So no more excuses, and to pull a line from Endgame "Whatever it takes".

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25 minutes ago, Calvert28 said:

Only real question mark on this team at positions is safety and TE. We are borderline elite in talent.

And WR. You can say Gallup is on the cusp. Another way of stating that is he hasnt proven it. Tavon and Cobb combined might play 10 games this season, so we really need Gallup to be great. 

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22 minutes ago, Matts4313 said:

And WR. You can say Gallup is on the cusp. Another way of stating that is he hasnt proven it. Tavon and Cobb combined might play 10 games this season, so we really need Gallup to be great. 

He's proven, he just needs the passes to be catchable and to be noticed.

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9 minutes ago, Calvert28 said:

He's proven, he just needs the passes to be catchable and to be noticed.

LOL

And maybe if his routes were consistently good, he would have more catchable passes. Thats a two way street. Not absolving Dak, he has to do better on his side as well. 

Edited by Matts4313

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12 minutes ago, Matts4313 said:

LOL

And maybe if his routes were consistently good, he would have more catchable passes. Thats a two way street. Not absolving Dak, he has to do better on his side as well. 

Tony Romo had no problem working with Dez running poor routes. Actually he still became a pro bowl receiver, all-pro even.

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1 hour ago, Calvert28 said:

Tony Romo had no problem working with Dez running poor routes. Actually he still became a pro bowl receiver, all-pro even.

Cool?

Dak has no problem with staying healthy. If Romo could do that, he would still be our QB.

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6 minutes ago, Matts4313 said:

Cool?

Dak has no problem with staying healthy. If Romo could do that, he would still be our QB.

I...who hurt you. How dare you.

I'm still not over this franchise giving Romo another shot and you...just do him like that?!

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44 minutes ago, Texas_OutLaw7 said:

I...who hurt you. How dare you.

I'm still not over this franchise giving Romo another shot and you...just do him like that?!

Do him like what? Romo at that point in time was a better QB than Dak. If he could stay healthy he would be the starter. Im not insulting him, the dude just couldnt stay healthy. 

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5/$76m/$46m for Dolphins CB Howard. That's probably the starting point for Jones. 

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6 minutes ago, WizardHawk said:

5/$76m/$46m for Dolphins CB Howard. That's probably the starting point for Jones. 

In response his agent comes back to SJ with.

okay-first-let-me-counter-by-saying-fuck

I feel like he will cost alot more.

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Howard was the league's best kept secret last season. I can see why they wanted to lock him up early. 

Jones was great but Howard was i think the best CB & to do it so young is very impressive.

For some reason I followed him last season cause he was catching some noise..and yeah just every week he was just so technically sound.

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Pederson was willing to say that he was encouraged by how the quarterback is coming along. He would not say whether or not Wentz will be ready for full participation once organized team activities get underway on May 21. The 10 OTAs and June’s mandatory minicamp represent the final stage of work before the Eagles take a break ahead of training camp.

Back-to-back season-ending injuries for Wentz hasn’t dampened the team’s enthusiasm for signing him to a long-term deal, but there’s still plenty of interest inside and outside the organization in seeing how he’ll fare in his return from this issue.

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/05/10/doug-pederson-wont-say-if-carson-wentz-will-be-ready-for-otas/

 

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