Keys To a More Successful Season for the Dallas Cowboys in 2010

June 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The 2010 off-season has been a fairly quiet one for the Dallas Cowboys, especially by their standards. Outside of the drafting of highly touted wide receiver Dez Bryant and the release of the highly criticized Flozell Adams, there have not been any major happenings in Cowboy camp. Here are five moves the Cowboys need to make by the end of the off-season to have a more successful season in 2010.  
Name Felix Jones the starting back
In my opinion, this is the most important move the Cowboys need to make for their offense to be more productive next season.  
Ever since Barber moved from his role of late game and third down back, a role where he was named a Pro Bowler, to starting running back, he has been plagued by injuries and disappointing stats.
If Felix Jones can produce near the same yards per carry as a starter as he does as the back up, the Cowboys can produce monster numbers in the running game.  
This change would likely...

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