Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Zordon, Jul 21, 2013.
Enough of the sniping back and forth....Stay on thread without the personal barbs.
Yea what's the story on John Abraham? Richard Seymour is still available but will likely demand too much $. Abraham can be had cheap.
Say hello to DE Alex Albright.
That's what I was thinking.
He might make for a better 4-3 DE than Crawford... Maybe.
We need to bring in as many vets as possible.
We shouldve signed even before the injury.
Well, he should be able to not get blown up at the LOS. But I still don't know if he can rush the passer.
You aren't going to bring in 15 guys to replace on part-timer.
No sense losing perspective on this.
Who says Crawford was going to be able too?
Stuff happens...but I think the team has some good depth.
This is like losing Jim Jeffcoat after Charles Haley arrived. Crawford was going to be a vital rotational guy. Fluke injury. Can't predict them.
Well I thought dline was a weak spot regardless of the injury. If we want a fresh Ware in December then we need more help.
Nobody knows for sure what he was/is going to offer to the 'Boys, but he was pretty solid in college as a rusher IIRC.
You can think that.
But I bet they sign 1 guy... and 1 guy only.
Then you weren't paying attention last year.
OL was indeed the #1 need for this team but DL was right up there as well. For the Cowboys not to make a single move to improve the DL was foolish. And they're paying for their foolishness on Day 1 of practice.
Were they hoping that Brent would be able to play some this year? Based on their approach to DL I'd say yes.
if this turns into a repeat of last year, its a good thing Clowney is a DE.
rabblerousr @rabblerousr 2m
Not in pads yet, but o-line not winning anything...
Calvin Watkins @calvinwatkins 6m
We have too many players on the ground.
rabblerousr @rabblerousr 7m
Too many guys on the ground in elevens
He was OK as a pass rusher but not dynamic.
I think he would have been a better fit as a 3-4 DE than as a 4-3 DE... But at this point it really doesn't matter.