When your track records points to a greater success with the undrafted players than those selected in rounds 4 to 7 this points to a flawed draft strategy. It seems we get too cute or go for the homerun. Isaiah Stanback? Really? Skyler Green? David Arkin? It seems we want to hit the jackpot all the time with those rounds. This and drafting injured players in the second round has to be the worst draft strategy in all of football. It's the wildcatter mentality. Boom or bust all the time.
"I could've done a $2 billion takeover (in another industry) with the capital I put in the Dallas Cowboys," he says. "I really could see (myself as) the idiot who had something real good, who blew it all to coach the Cowboys. I just knew that was going to be my legacy." Jerry Jones 9/14/2012