Dec 29, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy (25) runs with the ball against Dallas Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus ware (94) in the fourth quarter at AT

Are The Cowboys DeMarcus Ware’s Best Days Behind Him?

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Here’s today’s poll question: 

Are The Cowboys DeMarcus Ware's Best Days Behind Him?

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Here’s my take:

“I believe so. Ware started this season as healthy has he had been in years. And despite a strong start, his health deteriorated as the season wore on. Ware looked like a shadow of his former self and I’m fairly sure it’s not going to get better with age,“

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  • #1 Cowboy fan

    I would hate to see Ware go..He is a fan favorite..but maybe it’s time for some younger guys

  • SmartThinking

    He’ll never openly admit it but Ware’s performance has been gradually fading for three seasons. He’s hurt more. He’s out of more games. He either got beat or neutralized so often this past season that he was not a factor on the defense. His salary is enormous and equating his performance to his money leaves you with the only choice, if you’re thinking logically.

    However, Jones, as we all know, hasn’t had a logical thought since he bought this team.

  • ctcowboy1968

    Jones will never let Ware go. One, JJ does not want to see Ware in another team’s uniform. Two, JJ wants Ware to go into the HOF as a Cowboy. This is not the New England model of cutting players past their prime and not producing in line with their salary.
    Ware needs to take a major pay cut.

  • luckeiam

    Ware is one of my favorite players , but have seen his game falter in the past two seasons…injuries have caught up with him and doesn’t deserve that huge contract. Hopefully restructures and JJ focuses on upgrading the D thru the Draft.

  • Lance Fleming

    I think they such keep ware he said he will re do his salary