Originally Posted by Gryphon
by Jeric Griffin
The Dallas Cowboys have a good problem at the outside linebacker position heading into the off-season that provides the team with a golden opportunity to become an instant title contender in 2013. Outside linebackers Anthony Spencer and Victor Butler are both in contract years and both playing extremely well this season. If the Cowboys were to re-sign both players, it would give Dallas the liberty to possibly trade All-Pro pass-rusher DeMarcus Ware for help in several needy areas, such as the offensive line, defensive end and inside linebacker.
A lot of Cowboys fans are probably angrily shocked at such a statement, but those who have been fans since the Jimmy Johnson era already know exactly where I’m headed with this.
[View Full Quote]When Johnson was hired as the Cowboys’ head coach in 1989, he traded All-Pro running Herschel Walker to the Minnesota Vikings for five players and eight draft picks. This resulted in Dallas acquiring players like Emmitt Smith, Alvin Harper, Darren Woodson and Russell Maryland, who were very instrumental to three Super Bowl wins by Dallas in the early-to-mid-1900s. A player of Ware’s caliber could do the same for the present-day Cowboys.
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Thank you, I have been thinking this very thing since last season, and I've been voicing that opinion after we lost to seatlle