Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by lzppjb, Dec 2, 2007.
Jonathan Stewart would not be a bad pick.....he brings it
Price for McFadden will be too high, Stewart might be there with our first pick or Rice and Slaton in the second.
I don't like Slaton because he has too many Fumbles from my liking. I like Stewart a lot though. He is a beast from 2-3 games I saw.
Its posts like this that made me put this guy on ignore. :lmao:
I want Kevin Smith as well.......and have for over a month now.
In fact, I want Kevin Smith and Jamal Charles. I would love watching our RBs use abuse opposing defenses for years to come.........Barber, Smith, and Charles.
I would not be upset if we ended up with Stewart or Rice......but Smith is my top choice. Unfortunately like someone previously stated, he might end up going back to UCF.
Also, he will probably break Barry Sanders record. But, if he does, it will have taken him 2 more games to do so.
I was watching America's Game, the one about the 1977 cowboys. They talked about how it was already a great team but was missing one element, a break away RB, so what did they do........trade up for Tony Dorsett.
now that you have changed the Texas Flag.........since we are America's Team.....Change the red to gray on that flag as well.........
I would love to have Smith , but I saw an interview where he said he would not be coming out this seson and already had his class schedule for 2008 . That can all change as people start throwing $$$ figures at him , but it doesn't look good .
Rashard Mendenhall is another interesting back who's flying under the radar , but probably won't come out this season .
I'd like to see Dallas look for another back to replace Tyson Thompson too . A third down type scat back with speed . Anthony Alridge from Houston would be an interesting situational back .
Haven't you learned your lessons in the 90's when we keep trying to draft backups??
Take the best player available!!!
Smith would be an excellent pick.
I can't see him coming out though. Way too much talent coming out this year for him to make the jump as well. Next year all of college footballs eyes will be on him and his draft stock will skyrocket. He'd be wise to stay in school.
McFadden ain't happening people. Like it or not, we have holes to fill.