It seems ESPN’s John Clayton believes the Dallas Cowboys’ decision not to find a high-profile wide receiver will be costly. You can read Clayton’s take here.
Costly when? Why is it that these high-paid pundits of the game forget so easily? The Cowboys had one of the most high-powered offenses in the NFL last year. Terry Glenn didn’t play a game. Although Patrick Crayton’s lackadaisical playoff performance and Anthony Fasano’s dropped touchdown pass proved costly, the offense was still stacked thanks to Tony Romo, Jason Witten, Marion Barber and Terrell Owens.
Deciding not to grab a wide receiver won’t prove costly this year. It could be costly for the future, but there’s plenty of time to address the future.
Jerry Jones doesn’t give up, and he very well could have a grand idea in the works to get that special wide receiver for the future of this team. Until then, the pundits need to just look at the stats and realize there isn’t a problem right now.