Goose: The reason so many people showed up at VY pro day is because rumor has it he is sliding. Teams last year at later picks didn't know anything about Aaron Rogers when he slid and were not prepared to draft him. If he does slide, teams want to know what they are getting. Dallas could probably get the first WR taken. Jackson or Holmes. It's a little early for a LB. They may want Justice from USC. Dallas could drop 10 spots and still get one of the top tackles. If Dallas could trade and get a late 1 and a 3 that would be a deal worth doing. I think the new playoff proposal has a slim chance of passing. There is some exclusivity in the NFL playoffs unlike the NBA. I think the NFL likes the 12 team bracket. One problem is that at times you will get teams with a losing record. The NFL doesn't want that. I believe probably realistically 2 or 3 teams were after Owens. I don't buy 8 teams unless 5 were in the CFL. I think the Cowboys were the target team all along. Other teams were blown away by the high price of it. Jerry hasn't learned, he keeps paying age. If Dallas had not signed him, he would likely have signed a one year deal with a contender. If the Wonderlic didn't have merit, the NFL wouldn't use it. You want QB's in the 20's hopefully in the 30's. His score is one of the reasons he is sliding. The other is that he never takes snaps under center. It is a different perspective of the field under center. Vanderjagt is a high maintenance; guy a different bird. He speaks his mind but he is a successful kicker although he did miss the biggest kick of his life last January. His big flaw is that he isn't a kick-off guy. The proposal that all penalties will be reviewed by instant replay won't pass. I , for one, am not willing to sit through a 6 hour game. The NFL wants their games squeezed into a 3 hour space. Dallas at Philly will likely be an early national game. The NFL wants it.