the d-line is the great unknown on this team.
i am excited about collins, tapper, and taco; they're the future.
d-law and irving can add a lot...
the defenses on the 90s championship teams were light years ahead of anything we've seen since.
no more "drafting for depth" is such a welcome sight. now it's drafting guys who are coming to take someone's job.
they're longshots to make the team.
and no one should be celebrating the addition of nick hayden-like players.
everybody got better... the other nfc east teams picked some higher profile guys, but we added the most immediate contributors.
i don't expect switzer to start. i expect him to handle returns and to give beasley a breather or to occasionally have 2 slot guys on the field at...
Anybody else thinking that the two-TE experiment is over?
I mean, if we're rolling with Swaim and Rico behind Witten, we must be expecting to...
i've been a cowboys fan since the carter administration.
i can't think of a single player who gave more of himself to the team than tony romo.
i'm actually really excited to see collins back at guard. he showed huge pancake potential as a rookie. i'm looking forward to seeing him continue...
what business do you know of that has been successful by consistently overpaying for goods or services?
peppers won't make it to 28. but if he does, we should sprint to the podium to make him a cowboy.
i came here looking for the "is this a bad poll?" poll.
they should have the guys who did the bears skits on saturday night live do the draft day commentary.
he is quick for a big dude.
uh... yeah, i've always had a thing in my mind for the team that just gave me a chance to earn a few more million dollars. just this... thing......
because real "war daddies" are usually retained by their current teams, and the ones that go on to sign huge contracts are usually overpriced.
we are letting other teams overpay players we should be replacing with better talent.
that's a good thing.
we are also *not* overpaying for...
of course zeke is better. but who thought alfred morris would be a change of pace back?!
i don't get it. every time he got on the field, he ran hard and played well. not that i want him or anyone else out there much instead of zeke,...
you'd think he grew up in wisconsin and played college ball in illinois or something.