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There just aren't enough media spots for all the pictures of sub-par offensive line play. This unit has gotten better as the year has progressed (although that's a testament to the coaching ability of Bill Callahan, not the skill of the players themselves).
The Cowboys need to bring in some high-dollar consultants for offensive lineman, because they cannot pick winners unless it's a no-brainer.
2011 fourth-round draft pick, David Arkin, looks to be a lost cause, and is in jeopardy of being cut.
The Cowboys struck gold with first-round draft pick, Tyron Smith, but with the No. 9 pick and no other team selecting an offensive lineman, it is like someone showing you where to dig for gold.
This unit will need to be overhauled, again, this offseason.
Even all of the money spent in free agency on Nate Livings and Mackenzy Bernadeau would have been better spent adding more LCD TVs to Jerry World, because this unit is worse off this year than last year with a bunch of rookies.