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Which Cowboys Second Day Draft Pick Did You Like The Most?


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Which Cowboys Second Day Draft Pick Did You Like The Most?

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  • Troy Spurlock

    I like the WR and Safety draft picks.. but what about OL and DL? We need help at those two position. I feel like we. Let a cpl of OL get away in the 2nd rd.

  • tellin da truth

    T. Will & Dez,Man Miles better not get hurt!

    • Troy Spurlock

      Right… If Miles and Murray can stay heathy, we get that OL in order. We should have a better explosive offense.

  • Guest

    Miles Austin! You have been put on notice…

  • Ronald W. Jones

    1- Travis Frederick C/G – I would have rather had Matt Elam (at 31) Frederick is versatile, but is he strong enough (only 21 reps) We could have got him later.
    2- Gavin Escobar TE – I’m OK with this. Witten isn’t going to be around forever. Good size. Second rated TE in the draft. Maybe we are going to use more double TE sets on offense, like we tried to do with Martellus Bennett
    3- Terrance William WR – I guess Jerrah went with the ‘best athelete available’ Couldn’t believe he was still on the board. Good productivity at Baylor. Hustles. Gets open. Makes the difficult catch look easy. He will push Miles Austin. (Great value for the 3rd round)
    4- J.J.Wilcox S – Unknown commodity. Small school (Georgia Southern) Good size 6’0″ 215lbs. Played on offense his first 3 years before moving over to defense. Has kick-off return experience. He impressed the coaches at the Senior Bowl.

  • jrcowboy49

    Dallas had notable prospects such as defensive tackle Sharrif
    Floyd and safety Eric Reid at No. 18. Instead, they worked out a
    trade with the San Francisco 49ers to swap first round picks and acquire an
    additional third. It seemed like a good idea at the time. The Cowboys would
    move down a few spots, gain an extra mid-rounder and still have a shot at
    drafting a top-rated offensive lineman. The plan backfired. The next two picks
    (19th and 20th) were tackle Justin Pugh and guard Kyle
    Long. Then, the plan backfired again. The 49ers used the 18th pick
    to select Reid, the Vikings snagged Floyd, and just when it seemed like the
    Cowboys were going to get a steal in defensive tackle Sylvester Williams, the
    Broncos took him at 28. Watching all of this go down on the live stream
    of the Cowboys War Room made it evident that this was the worst case scenario.
    Jerry Jones sat in the middle of the room, red-faced and shuffling papers
    about. Jason Garrett sat to his right, who seemed to get angrier every time
    Stephen Jones, sitting to Jerry’s left, got on the phone with somebody. It was
    clear that Plan A and Plan B had both failed. The results were picking a
    position of need, but not necessarily a player of desire. It seems that this was
    more of panic pick and less of a well thought out strategy. Trading down sounds
    nice in theory, but if it means missing out on a couple of top-rated prospects
    and being forced into a player you don’t want, then you have to question the
    value of your return. Will the added third rounder, No. 74 overall, provide
    enough production to cover for the likes of Reid and Floyd? We have now witnessed a draft devoid of quality picks of need. A TE who can’t block and not needed, a WR who is a distant need, a S that is average, which brings us full circle to the idiot and senile Jerrah!

  • Hard to be a Cowboys fan

    All I have to say about this draft is … wow! What a cluster if I’ve ever seen one. Hello 2009 and every other bad draft we’ve had in the last 20 years. Jerrah screwed the pooch here. I like Frederick, but even with the bumbles of the first round, Warford was starring us in the face at 31. Wouldn’t have been much of a stretch to go for him late in the 1st with the Guards/Tackles dropping like flies off the board. Gavin Escobar: a TE in the 2nd who cannot block? Maybe the Cowboys brass forgot about a guy named James Hanna they drafted last year. Terrance Williams(?): good receiver, insurance for Miles’s hamstrings, I’ll give them that. Still not a fan of the pick, too many pressing needs elsewhere. J.J. Wilcox: talented, motivated, but not elite… and he’s not Reid (@18, common man!). B.W. Webb: unless you plan to release Scandrick (which I would not object to), wasted pick here. Joseph Randall: probably the lone bright spot in the draft to this point. DeVonte Holloman: I just don’t care anymore.

    Maybe we’ll go 1-15 and draft the best punter next year #1.