Dallas Cowboys: Why the 2011 NFL Draft Has Made Them NFC Contenders Again
Dallas Cowboys have another great NFL draft
Jerry Jones receives quite a bit of criticism for his drafting. It’s no wonder because when a guy with no football experience makes football decisions, you have to wonder.
But this year Jerry Jones managed to do something the Cowboys really needed: address problem areas.
Coming off a big disappointment in a season where the Cowboys were hoping to play the Super Bowl at their own stadium the Boys had to get it right on draft day and they seemed to have done that.
Tyron Smith, the USC lineman is a physical freak that will only make the Cowboys line better, this will be a key component for a line that left Tony Romo on his back early on and out for the rest of the season.
Their latter picks, addressing needs in the linebacker unit as well as the running back position could put Dallas as a front runner for the NFC crown. If Romo can manage to keep his interceptions to a minimum and the Cowboys can tighten their defensive unit through free agency, there’s no way that Dallas won’t win the NFC East.
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