Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones is prone to making reaches in the NFL draft. For those who don't know what a reach is as pertaining to the draft, it's a pick that's made at least a round before it should be made.
Reaches may be made because a player's talent is misjudged or an executive feels forced after missing the preferred choice.
Jones has made quite a few reaches while drafting for the Cowboys. The most famous example is the pick of quarterback Quincy Carter in the second round when no one else had considered him a first-round prospect.
The Cowboys can't afford for Jones to make reaches in the upcoming draft, two weekends from now. Too many rebuilding picks must be made. Renovation picks must be made for the offensive line and secondary. Starters must come out of these picks, not questionable talents.
Jones can't afford to pick players above their talent level this year.
Follow along for some possible reaches by Jones that Cowboys fans may fear in this year's draft.