The Dallas Cowboys’ Biggest Draft Needs: Who To Target In 2010

April 15, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the NFL Draft one week away, the time has come to look at what players the Dallas Cowboys could target to fill in the holes in their roster.  
The team's biggest needs are offensive tackle, wide receiver, safety, and kicker. Dallas could also use depth at corner, defensive end, and offensive guard.  
Two big cuts—Flozell Adams and Ken Hamlin—sum up the offseason so far. Surprising many by making no major moves, Dallas has put faith in their current roster and their draft prospects.
Here are some of the players Dallas should be looking at.
It would be a dream to get Eric Berry or Earl Thomas, but that isn't happening. Taylor Mays reminds everyone in Dallas a little too much of safety Roy Williams, and nobody wants to relive that incident again. 
There aren't really any first-round options here, but that doesn't mean there is no hope.
South Florida's Nate Allen should be at the top of the list. He racke...

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