Cowboys Oxnard Training Camp

Cowboys Oxnard Training Camp – Question of the Day

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As I sip the last bit of coffee preparing to get in the car and drive up the PCH to the Cowboys Oxnard Training Camp my producers, readers, friends, and fans all have a similar question along the lines of: “Which player is going to have the best camp?”

The thing to keep in your thinking is Training Camp is not a sprint, it’s a marathon. Some/most veterans pace themselves and work on skill sets early. A rookie looking good today in drills will get owned in a few weeks by a vet who was working on refining a specific technique early in camp. One good day does not a good camp make. But one bad day certainly puts a blemish on a player. It’s the old “atta-boy vs oh-shit” adage.

But there will still be plenty to report as we go on a tour of a Cowboys buffet that teases the upcoming season’s full menu. I can only consume what they put out in front of me, but I am hungry and brought plenty of napkins.

Cowboys Oxnard Training Camp – Focus Question

All the above being said I will be keeping a keen eye on the Cowboys OLine. As the line goes so go the Cowboy playoff aspirations IMO. With a healthy, dominating line the team can go deep into the second season and I am ready to see which 8-10 players are going to be the answer to that question.

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