Dec 31, 2012; El Paso, TX, USA; Southern California Trojans defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin before the 2012 Sun Bowl against the Georgia Tech Yellowjackets at Sun Bowl Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-USA TODAY Sports

Are You Happy About The Cowboys Switch To The 4-3 Defense?


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Are You Happy About The Cowboys Switch To The 4-3 Defense?

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  • http://twitter.com/OldFrog75 Old Frog

    I answered yes but only as long as it doesn’t circumvent drafting O-lineman with the first two picks. Don’t want to see a repeat of last year where so much emphasis was placed on defense at the expense of the O-line.

  • Kurumba

    I believe that endless critics such as Shango & Gina et al should rejoice that the team has a REAL FOOTBALL MAN IN Butch Marinelli. Everywhere you ask Butch is very highly spoken of. The Ryans are showmen frauds. Butch & Kiffin are die hard football men who let the football field speak for them. Make no mistake, Butch will almost be running the defense. With the Bears all Butch did was get what Ryan cynically classified as “takeovers”. I really think that this Dallas defense will become dominant and aggressive and surprise many. But if you look at all the YOUNG talent here I mean come on… Carr, Mo Claibourne, Lee, Scandrick, Carter, Albright, Sims, Lissemore, Barry Church, Lemon, Bass, combined with veterans such as Hatcher & Ware, well this defense could flat out ball all opponents. Further, the offseason will add new DL for sure so reinforcing. The only problem is the OL and the offense: will Garrett develop a screen & running game to reduce the pressure [and mistakes] an Barry Romo.