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With the 2013 draft in the books, we now know that the Cowboys didn’t feel like they needed a defensive tackle, but wanted a tight end and wide receiver. So, here’s what might have been.
Defensive line is a huge need for the Cowboys in this draft, so let’s dive into my big red spiral scouting notebook and see if we can find the right kind of guys to play in Monte Kiffin and Rod Marinelli’s 4-3 defense.
The Cowboys must pick a running back in this draft. My big red scouting spiral notebook is filled with prospects, but only a select few are the right kind of guys. In fact, the number one selection may lead you to believe I am using a Big Red spiral notebook.
Let’s look in my big red spiral scouting notebook and see what we’ve discovered in the way of 2013 NFL Draft “Right Kind of Guy” wide receivers.
After filling up my big red spiral notebook with three months of draft research, here they are – “the right kind of guys” for the Cowboys to draft this year.
There’s an old saying in the National Football League that the NFL stands for not for long. Here’s more evidence that’s true.
Okay, less than a week before draft day and time to get down to serious mock draft business.
The biggest problems the Cowboys have right now can be laid right at the feet of their 2009 draft. It was arguably the worst draft in the history of the franchise.
Just before the unofficial start of NFL free agency — football teams started talking with player agents on Saturday — sports reporter Bill Jones took an early look at a Cowboys mock draft.
Okay, as the NFL Scouting Combine on-field workouts get underway today in Indianapolis, here is my first 2013 Dallas Cowboys Mock Draft
As Barry Switzer called them, it’s those pachyderms on the offensive line. And, after what we saw this season, surely, it’s no longer the elephant in the Cowboys war room.
Jason Garrett made the most of his final season as an NFL player, and he’s benefiting from it nine years later.