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Cowboys Camp Battles Everywhere - Except QB
Free agency has come and gone, the 2014 NFL draft is history and UDFA signings have peaked. The results are what Jason Garrett prefers and expounds, as Cowboys Camp Battles are everywhere. Competition makes players better, right? Except at QB it seems, as we discussed on last nights radio show. Since Jason Garrett has become head coach, Cowboys... read more→
Dallas Cowboys Draft 2014 - BPA or Need?
In the Dallas Cowboys Draft 2014 edition, there was a blending of two classic draft philosophies that left the event with a fragmented outcome. A singular philosophocial approach to the draft generaly has specific long term effects. A team committed to BPA (best player available) get's to savor a continuing ascent in superior team talent. One... read more→
Dallas Cowboys QBs - Kirk Cousins Future Romo Replacement?
Multiple news sources are reporting the Browns offered a 4th round pick for Cousins in "a story that won't die." It makes sense that teams (reportedly four) would be interested in the talented backup to RGIII. He won't be resigning with his current team and has two more years on his rookie contract. The window is closing for Washington to... read more→
NFC East - Draft Results
The NFL is competition. Ultimately it is for a singular prize, the Lombardi Trophy. In order to achieve this goal teams compete "for every inch". Yes, it's cliche time. Football is a game of inches. Every inch counts. By the way, in case you're counting my cliche per sentence ratio is red lining. The regular season you compete in win/loss. The off... read more→
Dallas Cowboys Safeties - Church Ain't Clowning Around
Actions speak louder than words, or so "they" say. The Cowboys spoke volumes in the 2014 NFL Draft when they didn't take a safety until the seventh round (Ahmad Dixon) who though talented, is in line for "development" rather than "impact" status. For a team that has consistently come up short at the safety position, that says one of... read more→