Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by boysfanindc, Jul 31, 2014.
We list him at DT. Same argument you've cited about Martin re his draft card
It'll be a cold day in hell when a DT plays at 250-260ish.
Haley was 6'5".
Thanks for the observations from watching him play, he does seem very quick off the ball in the few clips I could find.
It's a mistake on the roster. Until recently, they had Wilson as a LB despite the fact that he has not taken any snaps at LB in the year and a half that he's been here.
If you watch the video or read the reports, Bush is only practicing as a DE.
Bush is playing RE. It's clearly a typo.
Archer's take, hope this guy shows up in the preseason games, we sure could use another Selvie story right about now.
Need a guy who can get a sack about every 100 snaps.
Yes, he played on both KO and punt coverage teams at Tech.
And 250+ lbs.
If he can have a George Selvie-like year, even as a backup, I'm OK w/ that quality of depth.
He keeps getting good reports out of camp, can not wait to see him tomorrow.
that would actually be epic for a UDFA.
Its not silly though. I understand it. Just because one guy did it doesn't mean everyone else can but because one guy did do it doesn't make it impossible. Cowboys fans should know better than anyone. We've seen late round and undrafted guys like Romo, Miles, Jay Ratliff all go from almost being cut to making the Pro Bowl.
Remember the hits but not the misses.
Just because a handful of guys made it, that isn't evidence of anything. Sad day for critical thinking in the zone
Correction: Haley was 6-4 1/2 standing on his right leg and 6-4 1/4 standing on the left leg. One leg was shorter than the other which contributed to his back problems.
But it helped his bend.
Its evidence that it CAN be done. You can't ignore it because a small percentage have done it. Does it make it less likely? Of course. But it doesn't make it unlikely either. With this type of attitude why even try guys out? Its a waste of time according to your logic.
One of my favorite "All time" Cowboys. When we traded for him, he represented the last piece of the Super Bowl puzzle. He was an incredible disruptor. I wish your words go directly to God's ears.
Oddly enough, the C'boys team has been extremely fortunate to have had a generous amount of this in the past. It's a good thing, too.