Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Cowboy Brian, May 8, 2014.
saw few clips of him playing LG
Dallas' OL is up there, but I still think San Fran has a better OL.
#32 to #2 in four off-seasons is outstanding.
Any offensive line with Doug Free starting at RT can't be considered the best in the game, but the line is a lot better than previous years.
I still think Free was the worst OL last year. He improved his technique, but is still limited and gets a lot of help from Bern and the TEs. If he gets out of whack, he gets abused and the bull rush still bothers him. I would rather give Parnell the chance to win the job since one or both of them are probably gone after this year.
Let the kid take a practice snap first !
How bout that Jerrah Jones !
Titans have a very impressive line- Lewan,Levitre,Schwenke,Warmack,Roos
Anybody who thinks a player who has never played a down in the NFL will make us the best line in the league is the craziest thing i've ever heard. You have no idea how a player will be in the NFL, except South Florida kids are usually darn good.
Little early to say we've got the best.
I love the pick for sure. I'm glad they're putting resources into the O-line. Hopefully this means there is going to a serious interest in running the ball regularly as well. That will help protect Romo as much as anything else.
And we still have the worst D line in the NFL.
good thing there are 2 more days of the draft. So who would you have reached for to fill the D-line need.
And one of the worst safety pairings.
Maybe Martin, Frederick and Tyron can play a little dline now and then. some 2 way football. lol I think this pick goes a long way in helping to create a top notch OL for years to come.
So true. Hope springs infernal.
You half nailed it. Hey, instead of safeties, our guys should be called "dangers," yes?
Let me guess, you are high on wilcox.
Lets see Martin for a year.
Even then, that leaves 3 high end lineman and 2 meh.
Good enough though...and way better than that atrocity of a line from just two years ago.