#1 24-12-2018 01:20:49

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2 WRs Added To Active Roster

Thompson Cut https://www.dallascowboysfanshop.com/Ma … ins-Jersey , 2 WRs Added To Active Roster - David Helman, DallasCowboys.comRoster moves, roster moves, get ya’ roster moves.Cowboys shuffling receivers again; pair set for 2018 debuts - Associated Press StaffThe Cowboys are shuffling their receivers again as their passing attack continues to struggle.Will a blowout on Sunday night get Jason Garrett fired? – Mike Florio, ProFootballTalkWhat happens if the Cowboys suffer another blowout in Philly, like the 37-9 last year other blowouts at the hand of the division rival?Jerry Jones might want to consider calling up an old friend - Matt Mosley, SportsDayCould a familiar face find his way back in Dallas if things don’t turn around in offensively? Matt Mosley thinks it could be an options Jerry Jones is looking into.What’s wrong with the Cowboys? We searched for a diagnosis – Calvin Watkins, The AthleticWatkins goes hunting for answers and talked to some folks. An excerpt:Jerry Jones talks Troy Aikman's critical comments - SportsDay StaffJones isn't overreacting to Aikman's comments.Dez Bryant’s Season Ends After Two Practices - Jean-Jacques Taylor, NBC DFWFormer Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has suffered a season ending injury just one day after officially signing with the New Orleans Saints. Could this be the end of Dez Bryant’s career?Which Eagles’ cornerback will cover Cowboys’ Cole Beasley in the slot? - Les Bowen, Philly.comLet’s take a look behind enemy lines to see which Eagles cornerback will draw the job of covering Cole Beasley out of the slot.Gut Feeling: Predictions For Cowboys-Eagles - DallasCowboys.comWho takes home the victory on Sunday night? The mothership crew gives their predictions, and you might be shocked who Bryan Broaddus picks to win. So Chris Jones Jersey , apparently the Cowboys have an itch to scratch every ten years or so. Monday the team traded the team’s 2019 first-round draft pick to the Oakland Raiders for wide receiver Amari Cooper. This comes exactly ten years and eight days after the team sent future first-, third- and sixth-round draft picks to the Detroit Lions for wide receiver Roy Williams. That trade came eight and a half years after the team sent two first-round draft picks to the Seattle Seahawks for wide receiver Joey Galloway. Cowboy fans are desperately hoping this version turns out better than the previous two. The Joey Galloway trade was rated as the sixth worst move in franchise history while the Roy Williams trade is widely regarded as the single worst trade in franchise history. Those two moves share many similarities with the acquisition of Amari Cooper:All three were high first-round draft picks:Each player was productive, but did not live up to the expectations of players drafted in the top eight. Here’s their average annual production prior to joining the Cowboys (number of season next to the player’s name):Each share very similar traits:High volume of targetsGood but not particularly great yardage and touchdown numbersModest catch percentagesCooper did make two Pro Bowl teams while Williams (1) and Galloway (0) combined for only one. In short, none had provided legitimate #1 wide receiver production. One thing that is different about Cooper is he’s only 24 while Galloway was 28 and Williams 27. To put that in perspective, Calvin Ridley is also 24. And of course the Cowboys paid significantly less for Cooper than for either Williams or Galloway. Still, the general consensus among the average Twitter account is the Raiders fleeced the Cowboys. But people who actually get paid to study the NFL are relatively split. The above tweets give some insight into the Cowboys’ thinking and why this might be a good move. There’s several reasons in fact:Let’s start with the state of the NFC East - which is basically a tire fire. The Eagles have already lost more games than they did in 2017. The Redskins currently have a 1.5 game lead on Dallas and Philadelphia but I don’t think anyone thinks that’s an insurmountable challenge. In short, the Cowboys could plausibly make a run at a division title if Cooper improves the team’s offensive fortunes. Second is the idea that the 2019 pick could have been used to bring in a wide receiver. The learning curve is steep for wide receivers entering the NFL. Cooper is already in his fourth year and is a proven commodity, which makes him significantly more valuable than a potential draft pick. Second, the Cowboys are openly admitting their offseason decision to go to a low-pedigreed, cheap group of wide-outs and tight-ends was a mistake. Dak Prescott has been an average quarterback in 2018, but he’s also playing with one of the worst group of targets in the league. From Bill Barnwell’s article breaking down the trade:Third Terrance Williams Color Rush Jersey , Cooper is a perfect fit for what the Cowboys try to accomplish offensively. That’s because Cooper is an elite route-runner who can routinely beat one-on-one coverage. We all know the Cowboys offense doesn’t involve any innovative routes to scheme players open - they’re instead asked to beat their man. Only Cole Beasley has proven capable of doing so, making the team extremely easy to defend. That changes with the arrival of Cooper. John Owning of SportDay did a detailed breakdown last week that vividly illustrates Cooper’s elite route-running skills. All of these are compelling reasons for the move, but frankly they’re not compelling enough. The dumbest, least effective way to build an NFL roster is to trade valuable draft assets for the right to pay free agent prices to the player acquired. It’s inefficient. Cooper is cheap in 2018 ($400K cap hit) but his 2019 cap hit balloons to nearly $14M next year. Further, if the Cowboys want his services beyond 2019 they’ll be paying retail. In short, the Cowboys just engaged in the dumbest way to build a roster. Which is brings us to our final point and why the move is at least defensible. The key to the Cowboys’ future is determining if Dak Prescott is the long-term answer at quarterback. He’s been good at times, he’s been terrible at times and in 2018 he’s been about average (lots of people will dispute that but the numbers say so). The Cowboys have to find out over the next season and a half whether to invest $130M+ in Dak Prescott. There’s no way the team could make a legitimate evaluation with the offensive roster currently surrounding the young quarterback. Remember, in addition to one of the worst group of skill players the offensive line has proven to be a weakness. The Cowboys almost had to bring in a proven player if they were going to get a definitive read on what Prescott offers to the team’s future. From this view, the decision makes more sense strategically. Reasonable minds can argue differently and make very valid points about why it’s not a smart move. The reality is only time will tell. Everyone should pause when reading those hot-take/instant analysis and remember those are probably the same folks who panned the selection of Leighton Vander Esch and the decision to cut Dan Bailey. Let’s leave the last word to our friend Scooter Magruder, who pretty well captures every Cowboys’ fan’s thoughts in a single minute.

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#2 25-06-2019 17:25:38

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