Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Parcells4Life, Sep 18, 2020.
Connor Williams to tackle needs to happen immediately.
this. Some dude in Atlanta is about to get paid come Sunday afternoon
So we just made their RDE so money.
Takk McKinley will kill us
Injuries about to derail season again. Provide excuse for trying the same thing next year.
but then Rocky knocked his *** out in the end tho...so theres always hope.
To be fair the last time Tyron was out for a signficant stretch it was because of a Dak collison....... (lol)
well all reports out of Rams game was Rams wanted to get ball out quick and that didnt help Dallas in stopping their short quick passing game
gotta push thru these.
other teams do.
survive and advance.
Is McGovern ready to play? The OL is quickly falling apart and if the current starters need to be shuffled around to patch holes then hope he is ready.
The Trevor Lawrence watch begins.
That would be nice.
D-Law's AAV: 21M
Aaron Donald's AAV: 22.5M
This should of already happened. Tyron has started almost 140 games in the NFL, just to put that in perspective thats almost 20 more games than Doug Free and almost 40 more games than Marc Colombo. His successor should have already been on the roster
Not only that they just re-structured his contract again so it's looking like they want him to start through the end of 2022. That's like another 35-40 games (I know Tyron is a HOF player but you have to have realistic expectations)
On a roster with these players, you think they should use more 2 TE sets:
TE Dalton Schultz
TE Blake Bell
11 Personnel is based on the Personnel not the alignment.
- Moving a TE out wide does not change 12 personnel into 11 Personnel.
- Moving a TE and RB out wide does not change 22 Personnel into 11 Personnel.
I've been advocating to draft an OT early for the past 3 drafts.
Agreed. Almost 140 games started is a **** ton. You can't expect Tyron to start full time with no chips/TE help for 15 straight years and everything will be fine (that's kinda the vibe there giving off). LT should of already been on the roster shadowing right now
True, but DEs "pay scale" is higher that DTs. Donald is the highest paid (per year average) DT. Lawrence is the 3rd highest DE. The 1.5 mil difference isn't directly relatable, I get your point but raw numbers don't tell the entire story...
Choose one of the following that you prefer on the Cowboys roster in this hypothetical scenario:
1. DLaw at 8M per year.
2. Aaron Donald at 22.5M per year.