NFL Draft 2011: What Jason Garrett and the Dallas Cowboys Can’t Overlook

April 10, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Cowboys need to figure out what kind of player they prefer once and for all

I know it's a pipe dream, but indulge me for a minute would you.

As Jason Garrett, Jerry Jones and the rest of the Dallas Cowboys brass prepare for the NFL Draft, I have a few questions bouncing through my mind. I wonder if there are five different strategies in the room. Or just one (Jerry's). I wonder if they're overlooking a player's intelligence and character as long as it looks like he can rush a passer. I also wonder if they're ignoring excessive penalties or a consistent pattern of negative yardage they seen on film.

Dallas has a chance to build for the future with this draft and correct its string of abysmal selections, but I think the organization needs to take a look and figure out just what kinds of players they're aiming for. So, since they don't seem to have a clue, I'm going to offer up my thoughts.

I could be way off, but we'll see:

1.) Stop the enabling: For...

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