For Dallas Cowboys, Marc Colombo a Huge Question Mark

December 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Injuries have plagued the career of right tackle Marc Colombo.
It’s a shame because he certainly looks the part of a quality player at the position when healthy.
Through all of Dallas’ ups and downs on offense throughout the Garrett Administration, all has not been lost. Sure, the Cowboys have really been exposed as being a good team, but far from a great one.
But amidst disappointing results in 2010, recent history suggests that the Cowboys have the making for a very good offense.
The stats might not mean much in terms of wins and losses, but they do tell the story of a team that can get the ball down field. You don’t do this with poor pass protection.
Colombo was a bonus for the Cowboys, as the former first round pick of Chicago in 2002 became available at a real bargain by late 2005. As a project at that time, Colombo eventually delivered and was a key part of the team’s 13-3 showing in 2007.
Since suffering a broken leg against ...

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