Dallas Cowboys: Predicting the answer to three key questions

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Sewo Olonilua, Dallas Cowboys
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It’s my belief TCU running back Sewo Olonilua (6’3, 240) will not only make the 53-man roster, but will log snaps on Sundays during the season.

For a big man he has solid receiving skills (60 receptions, 383 yards). Most remember fullback John Kuhn (6’0, 250) from McCarthy’s Green Bay days. From 2010-13, Kuhn only started 14 total games as the Packers primarily used one-back sets.

During those four seasons, Kuhn was sneakily deployed as a backfield receiver (58 catches, 403 yards, 4 TD’s). With his size and hands, Olonilua could fill the same niche. As third running back he’d also get carries if Ezekiel Elliott misses any time with injury.

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Even if Olonilua only filled the emergency third running back role like Rod Smith has in the past, he has an ideal size/speed combination for multiple special teams units.

As all Dallas Cowboys fans anxiously await camp, please feel free to share your answers/predictions to these three questions.