Five Reasons You Shouldn’t Worry About The Cowboys’ Defensive Line

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Dec 29, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Jason Hatcher (97) hits Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles (9) and causes a fumble in the third quarter at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

Reason 2: Jason Hatcher May Be Coming Back

With the news of the NFL salary cap rising, there’s a chance that the Cowboys bring Jason Hatcher back. It has been assumed for awhile that Hatcher has played his last game for the Dallas Cowboys, but now I’m not so sure. I don’t expect there to be a huge market for a 32 year old defensive tackle coming off his best season in which he was banged up.

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  • ctcowboy1968

    We all hope that Crawford and Bass are the real deal, but their limited to no body of work makes them a hope only. Who knows if they can contribute like we all hope and for any length of time. Hatcher is gone and if not, then please don’t sign him to a big money contract at his age. I would welcome Brent back. He made a huge mistake, but people have done worse and been giving another chance. Regarding the draft, first round talent cannot be found in the later rounds. There’s a huge difference between starters and first round picks and 2nd stringers in the NFL. The talent level drop off is major.

    • Chad

      Not sure I necessarily agree about there being THAT big of a drop-off after the first round. Murphy, Sutton, Tuitt, Quarrels, Jones, Lawrence, Martin, Clarke, and even Mammoth McCullers could start for many teams in the league. Only Tuitt and Murphy have been given 1st round grades by some mocks and big boards.

      • Reid Hanson

        I agree about the deep talent in the second. I think someone’s gonna get a great deal there!

      • ctcowboy1968

        Agreed on the draft rounds. I should have just stated between starters and 2nd stringers in the NFL. Regarding the draft, we all know Seattle’s late round draft success, but no one else seems to be able to copy that. For Dallas, the top three rounds have to count.

    • deanhighlife

      Others have done worse & been welcomed back? He is responsible for taking his teammates life. What players have done worse than that?

      • ctcowboy1968

        Ok, maybe not worse, but the same situation. There have been a handful of NFL players that have committed vehicular homicide in the past five years and continued to play after a suspension. I can’t remember their names offhand, but there was a starting WR for the Browns and a Saints player.

  • jrcowboy49

    Delusional piece! Hatcher is over the hill and we need not torture the salary cap for an old man who will probably retire within 1-2 years. Josh Brent is avearage at besy and the idiot commish will expel him for a year if he attempts to come back. Tyronne has been a no show and Ben Bass and Everette Brown are average at best. D. Ware’s extreme high cap number reflects the vast ignorance of a GM (Jerrah) who can’t judge talent, overpays aging players, and has no idea about managing the salaries to fit the cap. Restructuring a player’s salary is “kicking the can down the road instead of fixing the problem.” That can has now come home to roost and it is biting Jerrah in the ass. The Cowboys are now in a rebuilding mode! Jerrah has destroyed the viability of the team as it cannot be sustained by arrogance, ego, and stupidity! Stop drinking the Jerrah coolaide!

  • Juanito Juanito

    the cowboys shuldn worry about the defensive line, why, becouse they doesnt have one

  • Juanito Juanito

    cowboys need a new and talented players in defensive line, cut the underachievers

  • deanhighlife

    I hope Josh Brent is banned for 3 years to life. This is his second time with DUI issue and he tested positive for drugs while he waited for the trial.
    If you have to depend upon a murderer to save your defensive line then we should all just save our money instead of spending it on the Cowboys.