22. Dallas Cowboys: Limas Sweed, WR, Texas
Jerry Jones was quoted as saying that his No. 1 priority is acquiring a top-notch target across from Terrell Owens. That's pretty obvious, as Terry Glenn is nearing retirement, while Patrick Crayton did everything in his power to knock his own team out of the playoffs. If the Cowboys can't trade for Anquan Boldin or Roy Williams, they'll have to spend one of their first two selections on a wide out.
28. Dallas Cowboys: Aqib Talib, CB, Kansas
Terence Newman and Anthony Henry aren't exactly young. Newman will be 30 in September 2008, while Henry doesn't have many productive seasons remaining in the NFL. Jacques Reeves, who signed a ridiculous contract with Houston, was one of the worst nickel corners in the NFL. Aqib Talib would be a great addition to Dallas' defensive backfield.
I moved Talib down in the wake of his smoking weed because some teams might be scared to take him. To quote Bill Parcells, "That's just dumb." I'm willing to bet that at least two-thirds of NFL players smoke herb. It shouldn't be a big deal, but that's what the media will make it out to be.
(fact that he calls it herb and not pot, no doubt tells me this guy likes it too. LOL!)
61. Dallas Cowboys: Chris Johnson, RB, East Carolina
Julius Jones is gone, and the Cowboys clearly don't think Marion Barber can carry the load on his own; otherwise he'd be doing so already instead of starting his first game in the playoffs. The lightning-quick Chris Johnson (4.25 speed) will be a perfect change-of-pass back for the powerful Barber.
92. Dallas Cowboys: Josh Barrett, SS, Arizona State
As I mentioned in my Cowboys 2008 Offseason page, there's a good chance Roy Williams could be released or traded, per the Dallas Morning News. Dallas needs an upgrade at strong safety.
126. Dallas Cowboys: Dwight Lowery, CB, San Jose State
More cornerbacking depth for a team that has none. Dwight Lowery's stock has slipped a bit, but as a former second-round prospect, he's a bargain here.
163. Dallas Cowboys: Peyton Hillis, FB, Arkansas
Both Oliver Hoyte and Deon Anderson were in and out of the lineup for the Cowboys, so they really didn't get a chance to utilize a pass-catching fullback in their offense last season. That'll change here with Peyton Hillis.