Dallas Cowboys 2011 Mock Draft: Breaking Down The Safeties

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Dallas Cowboys 2011 Mock Draft: Breaking Down The Safeties

It's been two weeks since we looked at the Cowboys draft plans, but we're back and we're taking a look at the safeties. The Cowboys safeties were a big part of why the the secondary was bad. Alan Ball didn't prove doubters wrong about him being able to be an effective starter. Gerald Sensabaugh led the Cowboys in interceptions with five, but he also had a rough season.

Backups Danny McCray and Barry Church had flashes of good play, especially on special teams, but for the most part didn't play much with the base defense. The Cowboys also signed Andrew Sandejo late in the season although he never played, but he is still on the roster and is expected to start training camp with the team.

So here are the top five safeties in the draft and how they can be useful the the Cowboys.  

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