The Dallas Cowboys must still be in awe over Dak Prescott.
Romo goes down. Kellen Moore goes down. Some other washed up QB signs elsewhere. But hey, we still got a fourth-round rookie.
Remember those times? I do. While it’s important to keep our eyes forward, I can’t help but look at the rear-view mirror a time or two.
This Prescott kid continues to impress and inspire. He grew from being the fourth QB on the depth chart, to rookie sensation, and now into the franchise quarterback. If you told me last year at this time that these types of stars would align, I’d faint with laughter.
Just as we circled Romo’s name over and over, the young QB enters 2017 as the most important Dallas Cowboy now. That’s all I have to say on that, for now.
They don’t have help from friends.
So many continue to believe that Doug Free entering retirement was a good thing. That the offensive line won’t miss the lineman at all. Hmm…
I don’t know about all that. With all the focus on La’el Collins at the right tackle spot, my eyesight jumps down to the second line of the story — depth. I don’t think there’s enough ammunition after the front line, and if we’re being honest here, an injury or two at the front line could cause pockets of damage across the board.
Ouch. Stressed? Too pensive? Worrisome a little? Maybe I am, but maybe I am right.
I feel like if the Cowboys were to get hurt at the line, say Tyron Smith for example, his absence would cause a negative domino effect down the road. It’s like tearing your ACL. As you recover from it, other parts of your body are neglected that will open you up to other injuries.