Dallas Cowboys Biggest Issue is Depth; Entire Roster Graded

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May 21, 2013; Irving, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys running back Lance Dunbar (25) participates in drills during organized team activities at Dallas Cowboys Headquarters. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Running Back: DeMarco Murray, Joseph Randle, Phillip Tanner, Lance Dunbar, Kendial Lawrence, Lawrence Vickers

Grade: C; This grade would be higher if we were grading on potential. But as it stands, Dallas’ offensive back-field is chalk full of questions. The main one: Can they stay healthy? Replacing veteran Felix Jones with unproven rookie Joseph Randle doesn’t inspire confidence, especially when it comes to pass protection and blitz pick-ups. Out of this group, Dunbar has shown the most this off-season if he’s needed to replace Murray. But that’s really not saying much.

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  • disqus_kLJwdEdnOL

    Depth is usually a matter of good scouting and personnel management. Neither of these apparently exist in Dallas. The latter is the most glaring problem.

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