It was for Campbell. Once he went off the board pretty quickly in the 2nd round, Dallas was content to sit tight and let Joseph fall to them at 44.Best CB on the board IMO.
Also it was reported they were trying to trade up at the first of the day and most just thought it was for the TCU Corner but I think it was for Joseph or Campbell.
It was for Campbell. Once he went off the board pretty quickly in the 2nd round, Dallas was content to sit tight and let Joseph fall to them at 44.
They weren’t trying to get a FS in the second round. They didn’t get one in the first so they knew they needed to come out of the second with a CB.
The value of Joseph is higher to this team than any FS in this draft.
Yes......there was a time many here favored Farley at 10. Why...... coz we need CB with speed opposite of Diggs. Joseph gives us that w/o the injury risk and the best part, we selected a day-one starting LBer at 10.
I can care less about the kid's so-called second career as a rapper. Hell, Tony Romo had one as a golfer never heard one complaint. As long as the kid takes care of business on Sunday, cool by me.
I agree. I didn’t like Campbell as much as Joseph but I guess the team did. IMO he doesn’t have the ball skills that Joseph has but maybe the team saw a reason for that and thought they could correct it. I don’t know.What do you think of Cambpell? I'm not a fan at all. Joseph looks like a much better player to me..Cambpell is the safer pick to keep his head on straight, so maybe that was their thinking
I really think his back injury scared teams off.
According to the Jones, Moehrig wasn’t the pick even if he were still on the board
Yes, I'm glad but it's my hope that Kelvin keeps his nose clean. At the same time, I have no complaints about his talent, either. I think he has all the talent it takes to excel if he's simply able to stay out of trouble. He lacks the development of Surtain but that should eventually come with time and some sound coaching to aid his cause. There's really no point in having doubts about what might happen. We'll merely have to trust those in charge of Joseph's training and development to serve him well. Of course, keeping his nose clean is strictly up to he, himself.
Just bad luck for the kid. Join two programs and both coaching staffs suck. No such problem here.
Yeah I think that's because we missed on CB in round 1. They felt they had to go CB there. The medicals on Kazee must've made them comfortable for this year.
Yep, spot on. Possibly also thought that a lot (granted not all) of Moehrig's value came in his aggressive slot and SS play. It's a toss up and I suppose Quinn/McC look at what we're trying to achieve (deep coverage) and who helps us best in that aspect.
There's a lot of picking players to fit schemes....which with our 2020 defense I kind of support.
There are so many red flags it looks like one of those massive N. Korean military parades.
Youngest player drafted this year was focused on a rap career, played in only 15 college games, transferred from one school to another after suspension, .opted out before the end of the season in 2020....I hope he is focused on football and changes his attitude before showing up. off field issues and attude problems are absolutely the last thing the Cowboys need.
Oh yea it's a gamble but at least it's not like Nolan's approach trying to get players to play schemes do things that they cant do.
Oh yea it's a gamble but at least it's not like Nolan's approach trying to get players to play schemes do things that they just cant do.
You never heard one complaint about Romo golfing? Did you ignore the board back then?