Signed by Cowboys Cowboys sign RB Darius Jackson

Irvin88_4life

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Yeah, how? Or is this an empty comment hoping nobody notices the lack of content and or duped into thinking you have made a point?

Explain how it proves your point that Beasley should get cut to show that you are using a double standard for Beasley that you don't apply to Austin, Thompson and Brown, or how it proves your point to show that Beasley has a better track record and is no older than players you are claiming to be better?
Maybe if you think about it for sometime perhaps you will figure it out...... Most likely you won't because you have overrated Beasley
 

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Im betting he almost never get used from the backfield..he will be a WR running a lot of end arounds, sweeps, bubble screens, and the like..hes always ben a wr and he still is regardless what they list him as..google him hes listed as an NFL WR..

I think his use as a traditional RB will be sparse, which is why I think a 4th RB is possible for depth. Ultimately it doesn't matter how they list him, so I don't know why they would list him as a RB at all if they didn't at least plan some sets with him lining up in the backfield.
 

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Maybe if you think about it for sometime perhaps you will figure it out...... Most likely you won't because you have overrated Beasley

lol - the old "well if you don't know I'm not going to tell you" tactic. Haven't seen that in years! It was a hoot back in 5th grade! It appears you are experienced in the art of typing words that say absolutely nothing.

As for your claim I am overrating Beasley - I've only stated facts that prove your arguments are baseless. It is fact - not my personal rating of Beasley - that Thompson is older than Beasley, and Austin is only a year younger, thus your argument that Beasley's age makes him the one that should be cut is, in fact, baseless. And it also is fact - not my personal rating of Beasley - that Beasley has put up better numbers as a receiver than either Austin or Thompson, thus your argument that his production makes him the one that should be cut is also, in fact, baseless. It's actually pretty humorous that you disparage Beasley for not having a 1000 yard season when the guys you advocate keeping over him have only reached a 500 yard season once. But why not choose whatever nonsensical double standard you want, right?

But, hey, when your actual attempts at making an argument fail, it's always good to have the common bailout tactic of the mindless poster at your disposal, right? Just claim you have made a point without actually saying what that point is, and pretend nobody notices. I hate to be the one to tell you, but you it's really not as effective as you think it is.
 
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Yeah, like, right... Like this happened. Where's, like, their forum?

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They shut it down because of us new members that atr showing up here
 

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We signed Darius Jackson to send Zeke a message that his twitchy, beard fiddling mannerisms won't be tolerated for long. I like this new tough approach by the front office.
 

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Bo 6-1, 228, 4.52, 14 reps bench

DJ 6ź0, 220, 4.4, 20 reps bench
Bo is a beast in the weight room and often worked out with the OL

The 14 reps at the Combine is a Red Herring

Running back: Derrick Henry, Bo Scarbrough, Kenyan Drake

Henry is surely among the strongest players pound-for-pound in the country.


The 6-foot-3, 240-pound Henry — who ran the 40-yard dash in 4.50 seconds — bench-pressed 440 pounds, squatted 500 pounds and recorded the best power clean among players that remain on the team (345 pounds).


Scarbrough and Drake each bench-pressed 405 pounds, which was tied for second-best among running backs. Scarbrough and Drake both squatted 455 pounds.


Matt Zenitz
 

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Welcome back.....but I don't think he will make the 53.

That's ok. PS. Big, fast RBs. And lots of them. I like it. Next year, Smith is gone. We should keep filling that pipeline.

I hope they look into Darius for kick returns. I don't like those tiny guys who get hit and fumble. People really overestimate the value of shiftiness in returns, and underestimate the risk of tiny guys fumbling.

Big, strong, one cut, long speed. That's a solid kick returner. Should be a valuable special teams player too.
 
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lol - the old "well if you don't know I'm not going to tell you" tactic. Haven't seen that in years! It was a hoot back in 5th grade! It appears you are experienced in the art of typing words that say absolutely nothing.

As for your claim I am overrating Beasley - I've only stated facts that prove your arguments are baseless. It is fact - not my personal rating of Beasley - that Thompson is older than Beasley, and Austin is only a year younger, thus your argument that Beasley's age makes him the one that should be cut is, in fact, baseless. And it also is fact - not my personal rating of Beasley - that Beasley has put up better numbers as a receiver than either Austin or Thompson, thus your argument that his production makes him the one that should be cut is also, in fact, baseless. It's actually pretty humorous that you disparage Beasley for not having a 1000 yard season when the guys you advocate keeping over him have only reached a 500 yard season once. But why not choose whatever nonsensical double standard you want, right?

But, hey, when your actual attempts at making an argument fail, it's always good to have the common bailout tactic of the mindless poster at your disposal, right? Just claim you have made a point without actually saying what that point is, and pretend nobody notices. I hate to be the one to tell you, but you it's really not as effective as you think it is.
You're adding things I never said into your "argument". I responded to "no way Beasley gets cut" by giving reasons why he could get cut. Somehow you made up all kinds of things I never said. You proved my point about all these receivers that none are just way much better. Hurns is the best receiver on the team right now. Gallup isn't going anywhere and why you tried to say him and Wilson don't have 1000 yards either is silly as both are rookies...... They're both more talented then Beasley and have way much more potential as well. Let's be honest Austin and Thompson aren't here for the long run but they bring speed, a trait Beasley also doesnt have.

I get it though, Beasley is a fan favorite and all his lovers come to fight for his honor anytime someone says he is just a guy and nothing special........ Which is a fact. He can only play slot, doesn't play special teams among other things some I have already said. So I will leave you with this, you can continue to hype up Beasley as something special and defend his honor until you're blue in the face but the facts will always remain that he isn't a special player and a rookie can produce what Beasley gives us.
 

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I'm glad Jackson is back. Maybe they looked at Austin as a RB at first but recent comments suggest he will be a receiver. Perhaps Bo and Jackson buy make it.

Zeke
Rod
Bo
Jackson


Hurns
Gallup
Austin
Thompson
Brown
Wilson


I like it. Gives us tons of speed on offense by adding Austin, Jackson and Thompson

Beasley?
 

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In all seriousness, do you guys ever get the feeling that the Cowboys make some of these moves just to shut us up?
 
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