2011 NFL Draft: Dallas Cowboys Unlikely to Select a Bust

April 24, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Last year the sky was the limit for the Dallas Cowboys as the boys looked to be the first team to play the Super Bowl on their home turf, and on paper the team looked primed and ready to accomplish that goal.
Something went awkwardly wrong, and the Dallas Cowboys began the season an unthinkable 1-7.
The Cowboys announced that head coach Wade Phillips would no longer be with the team, and offensive coordinator Jason Garrett was named as the intern head coach.
Dallas would finish the season 6-10, and for the 43rd straight time the team hosting the Super Bowl would not be playing in it.
Looking back at the 2010 NFL draft we witnessed something even more awkward than the Cowboys season—Jerry Jones admitted he was wrong.
Jones realized that by passing on WR Randy Moss—due to his troubled past—it had come back to bite him and in the 2010 draft, he vowed not to make the same mistake.
Dallas selected WR, Dez Bryant from Oklahoma State, who was in...

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