Apr 27, 2012; Valley Ranch, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys first round draft pick Morris Claiborne (left) and owner Jerry Jones (right) talk to the media at a press conference at Dallas Cowboys Headquarters. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

Should The Cowboys Draft For Need or For Talent?

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Should The Cowboys Draft For Need or For Talent?

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  • californy

    The boys should balance both, why would you draft a RB or WR in the first rd when you need OL and DL. I never buy the ranking of player as a reason for me to select one player in this draft. You can find good player in all area of this draft, look at Burflict and Alfred Morris 40 time 5.15 and 4.67 in the forty. Yup neither of these player were rank high at all. What do these expert know about football, lol

  • BradAustin

    In my view, your first round selection pool includes every guy (at a need position) you have on your board listed with a first round grade, that certainly won’t be available for your second round selection. If that involves trading down some from your first round slot, fine, as long as you know you will get your graded first-rounder with your first selection. Who cares where the rest of the league rates the guy.

    BTW, this only works if the guys in your organization assigning grades have a clue what they are doing. Jerry may give a 4th round dud a 1st round grade, he shouldn’t even have a say in it.