Do The Cowboys Draft A Running Back? – Pt. 2

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Sep 14, 2013; Tucson, AZ, USA; Arizona Wildcats running back KaDeem Carey (25) scores a touchdown that was later called back because of an illegal formation during the fourth quarter against the Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners at Arizona Stadium. The Wildcats defeated the Roadrunners 38-13. Mandatory Credit: Casey Sapio-USA TODAY Sports

Ka’Deem Carey – Arizona – Rd. 1

If by some chance Dallas goes for a running back in the first round, the choice here has to be Ka’Deem Carey. Considered to be the best back in the Draft, Carey led the FBS in rushing yards per game in 2012 with 148 per game, and bettered that mark in 2013 with 157 per game. He knows how to find a hole and attack it. He can run it between the tackles and grind it out. He may not have the straight-line speed that’s desirable, but he has plenty more to offer.

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  • Chesney Blair

    DAT is worth the pick. What happened to Tre’Mason? Although we shouldn’t pick a running back that early. Besides we don’t run the ball even with a big lead.

    • Chesney Blair

      Tre Mason. I am a believer. If we can get Donald, and OL in the second, I want Mason.

  • SmartThinking

    This team has, what, five, six backs they’ve paid good money for and invested significant time in? One of the problems this organization continually repeats is spending important draft picks on players, dropping them for no value, and having them go to other teams to beat the Cowboys again and again.

    Either make better draft choices or take the guys you’ve got and grow their capabilities.

    This team needs to invest in its offensive line and it’s entire defense right now or you can put the best back in the draft back there and he’ll fail from lack of support.

    The only offensive player in this year’s draft should be a first or second round pulling guard.