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  • Originally posted by Paul
    Originally posted by CTCowboysFan
    CT’s Favorites

    QB Kevin Kolb
    RB Marshawn Lynch
    WR Ted Ginn Jr.

    TE Scott Chandler
    OT Ryan Harris
    OG Justin Blalock
    C Kyle Young
    DE Quentin Moses
    DT Amobi Okoye
    OLB none
    MLB Patrick Willis
    S LaRon Landry
    CB Chris Houston
    For the senior bowl?
    lol no, those are just my favorite overall prospects in this years NFL Draft.
    "Red Ball"

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    • Drew Stanton - Looks like a Romo clone with better physical traits
      Kolby Smith - Is a nice idea at RB if one of our backs leaves...impressed me alot.
      Adam Carriker - a stud...don't know if we should use another first round pick on a DE but he is dominate.
      Stewart Bradley - Could be a nice SOLB with coverage skills
      James Marten - Seemingly everyones favorite..a physical hardnosed OT whats not to like.
      Josh Wilson - Aaron Glenn clone
      Lorenzo Booker - Good speed and hands outta the backfield..more talented Tyson Thompson?
      Dwayne Bowe - Would have solid value at 22 at this point.
      Johnnie Lee Higgins - future glenn?
      Brandon Meriweather - the only playmaker at the safety position in this senior bowl.
      Quentin Moses - my darkhorse really think he is a good compliment to ware
      Arron Sears - a tank be a great RG
      Tank Tyler - IDK if i like him...not a true impact NT
      Josh Beekman - hasn't really showed me anything
      Mason Crosby - big leg
      Daymeion Hughes - a stud...top of my big board.
      Marcus McCauley - ever puts it together will be a player
      Paul Posluszny - really think he could be a player on the inside

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      • At this point last year it seemed like most of us were already on board with the Bobby Carpenter. Is it just me or does this year seem a lot harder to project than past years for the Cowboys. I know it's still early in the process and we will know more when a head coach is hired it just seems like none of us are really on the same page quite yet.
        "Red Ball"

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        • Originally posted by CTCowboysFan
          At this point last year it seemed like most of us were already on board with the Bobby Carpenter. Is it just me or does this year seem a lot harder to project than past years for the Cowboys. I know it's still early in the process and we will know more when a head coach is hired it just seems like none of us are really on the same page quite yet.
          Knowing whos doing the drafting is a big factor. As well as who we are talking to....we know neither which is why we have no idea who we will be going after.

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          • Even though T.O. is an ass and is pretty much digging his grave deeper and deeper everyday, I still like him and would like him back but, if he is let go.......

            I honestly believe Pat Crayton is ready to be the #1. I know many of you don't see him as a #1 kind of guy but, I personally do, I think he could be big time if you know what I mean. He's not the fastest but, he is an exceptional route runner with the best hands on our team. I think he's ready.

            On a bit of a side discussion... i pray our new coach will keep around two of Parcells "young guns". Of course I am talking about Miles Austin and Sammy Hurd, they both contributed a lot to our team this season and I believe they each possess the skills to become great receivers in this league.

            Thanks BoneKrusher^

            http://youtube.com/watch?v=6_j52DziMy4 (the man)
            http://youtube.com/watch?v=2g6S3Anto7c
            KO KNOWS

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            • It's gonna be one of those Jerry Jones drafts again I fear. Hopefully he learned a thing or two from BP.

              A prospect I will be keeping an eye on, Jacob Jones. 2nd day reputation, 1st round measurables. Not sure if he's at the SB, I gotta check the roster again.

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              • Originally posted by M.O.T.H.
                Even though T.O. is an ass and is pretty much digging his grave deeper and deeper everyday, I still like him and would like him back but, if he is let go.......

                I honestly believe Pat Crayton is ready to be the #1. I know many of you don't see him as a #1 kind of guy but, I personally do, I think he could be big time if you know what I mean. He's not the fastest but, he is an exceptional route runner with the best hands on our team. I think he's ready.

                On a bit of a side discussion... i pray our new coach will keep around two of Parcells "young guns". Of course I am talking about Miles Austin and Sammy Hurd, they both contributed a lot to our team this season and I believe they each possess the skills to become great receivers in this league.
                Sam Hurd is actually #2 on the depth chart behind Owens as the number 1 WR. Crayton plays a whole different position. Not saying he can't play the 1...but at this point with the current depth chart Hurd would be the 1.

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                • Originally posted by M.O.T.H.
                  Even though T.O. is an ass and is pretty much digging his grave deeper and deeper everyday, I still like him and would like him back but, if he is let go.......

                  I honestly believe Pat Crayton is ready to be the #1. I know many of you don't see him as a #1 kind of guy but, I personally do, I think he could be big time if you know what I mean. He's not the fastest but, he is an exceptional route runner with the best hands on our team. I think he's ready.

                  On a bit of a side discussion... i pray our new coach will keep around two of Parcells "young guns". Of course I am talking about Miles Austin and Sammy Hurd, they both contributed a lot to our team this season and I believe they each possess the skills to become great receivers in this league.
                  I am a little skeptical of Hurd, he had great catch agianst the Texans and a solid Preseason, but it wouldn't kill me if he cut or released. But he is a stud on special teams coveage, I do like that.

                  As for Austin, I'm with everybody else on that. A stud, who just needs time.

                  I have all the confidence in the world in Crayton. He has great hands and is tough. I love him.

                  TO is a grade A a-hole, I want him out. Don't care about the benefits or his production at this point. I don't want him representing our team.

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                  • Okay so i've been meaning to ask....

                    Where do we all stand with Romo?

                    Personally, i am fully behind him and believe he will be our QB for the next 10 years or so. I know a lot of you became a little wary of him by seasons end so, I wanted to see where you guys stand.

                    Going into the off-season I find it completely useless to waste a first day pick on a Stanton or a Kolb (probably a mid-late 4th rounder as of now). Actually, I think it would be a mistake to draft any QB for that matter. I say we get a vet backup in here and go with the two QB route once again.

                    Thanks BoneKrusher^

                    http://youtube.com/watch?v=6_j52DziMy4 (the man)
                    http://youtube.com/watch?v=2g6S3Anto7c
                    KO KNOWS

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                    • Originally posted by thule
                      Originally posted by M.O.T.H.
                      Even though T.O. is an ass and is pretty much digging his grave deeper and deeper everyday, I still like him and would like him back but, if he is let go.......

                      I honestly believe Pat Crayton is ready to be the #1. I know many of you don't see him as a #1 kind of guy but, I personally do, I think he could be big time if you know what I mean. He's not the fastest but, he is an exceptional route runner with the best hands on our team. I think he's ready.

                      On a bit of a side discussion... i pray our new coach will keep around two of Parcells "young guns". Of course I am talking about Miles Austin and Sammy Hurd, they both contributed a lot to our team this season and I believe they each possess the skills to become great receivers in this league.
                      Sam Hurd is actually #2 on the depth chart behind Owens as the number 1 WR. Crayton plays a whole different position. Not saying he can't play the 1...but at this point with the current depth chart Hurd would be the 1.
                      I know Crayton is behind Glenn as the #2 RWR and Hurd is on the left behind Owens but, given a T.O. release, I'm sure Crayton would switch over to the left again. He has played all receiver positions at one point and he has played well.

                      Thanks BoneKrusher^

                      http://youtube.com/watch?v=6_j52DziMy4 (the man)
                      http://youtube.com/watch?v=2g6S3Anto7c
                      KO KNOWS

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                      • D-Unit has his little club with Mike Singletary and that’s all good but I want to get in on this, just not with Singletary.

                        I am jumping on the Wade Philips along with Jason Garrett bandwagon now that my original favorite has said he has no interest in coaching the Cowboys.

                        Wade Philips would probably be the best and most realistic candidate to run our new 3-4 scheme and make it work. He is a guy who could get Ware to reach his potential. He can pull some strings to make this defense work, especially with all of the talent we have.

                        Not only can Wade run a good defense but his overall head coaching record is very underrated. Philips is 45-35 at two head coaching stops, and another intriguing note is that he was born in Texas.

                        At first I though Wade Philips is too old to rely on as he hits the big 60 in 2007 but then when I heard Jason Garrett, who is currently 40 years old would be brought in as the offensive coordinator and assistant head coach I started to think this might not be so bad.

                        Garrett is a former Cowboy who attended Princeton. He was 6-2 and around 200 pounds so his size is similar to that of Romo, and I feel like he would relate well to Tony. Garrett has been working as the quarterbacks coach in Miami and three teams have wanted to bring him in as the offensive coordinator but were denied by the Miami Dolphins to speak with him. Garrett is ready to make the jump to offensive coordinator and if the Cowboys like what they see while he is here, he could be a potential successor to Wade Philips.

                        Garrett was also a quarterback for the Giants while Sean Payton was there and it’s said Sean thinks very highly of him.

                        I think Philips and Garrett could be a good mixture of a bright offensive mind and a 3-4 defensive mind who knows how to use the talent we have.

                        So anybody want in?
                        "Red Ball"

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                        • Originally posted by CTCowboysFan
                          D-Unit has his little club with Mike Singletary and that’s all good but I want to get in on this, just not with Singletary.

                          I am jumping on the Wade Philips along with Jason Garrett bandwagon now that my original favorite has said he has no interest in coaching the Cowboys.

                          Wade Philips would probably be the best and most realistic candidate to run our new 3-4 scheme and make it work. He is a guy who could get Ware to reach his potential. He can pull some strings to make this defense work, especially with all of the talent we have.

                          Not only can Wade run a good defense but his overall head coaching record is very underrated. Philips is 45-35 at two head coaching stops, and another intriguing note is that he was born in Texas.

                          At first I though Wade Philips is too old to rely on as he hits the big 60 in 2007 but then when I heard Jason Garrett, who is currently 40 years old would be brought in as the offensive coordinator and assistant head coach I started to think this might not be so bad.

                          Garrett is a former Cowboy who attended Princeton. He was 6-2 and around 200 pounds so his size is similar to that of Romo, and I feel like he would relate well to Tony. Garrett has been working as the quarterbacks coach in Miami and three teams have wanted to bring him in as the offensive coordinator but were denied by the Miami Dolphins to speak with him. Garrett is ready to make the jump offensive coordinator and if the Cowboys like what they see while he is here, he could be a potential successor to Wade Philips.

                          Garrett was also a quarterback for the Giants while Sean Payton was there and it’s said Sean thinks very highly of him.

                          I think Philips and Garrett could be a good mixture of a bright offensive mind and a 3-4 defensive mind who knows how to use the talent we have.

                          So anybody want in?
                          your probably not even old enough to remember Garrett's clipboard holding ginger face.

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                          • your probably not even old enough to remember Garrett's clipboard holding ginger face.
                            What does that have to do with anything? Why can't you be mature for once?
                            "Red Ball"

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                            • Originally posted by CTCowboysFan
                              your probably not even old enough to remember Garrett's clipboard holding ginger face.
                              What does that have to do with anything? Why can't you be mature for once?
                              What DOES that have to do with anything? I expect all of you to argue with some logic and respect.

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                              • I'm down with Wade but, I've never been a fan of Garrett. Like I said before, I'm really hoping Wade would bring along Greg Manusky. He has a phenominal football mind and is a man that is ready for a Coordinator position.

                                As for "big red" I dont really want him as our O coord, a smaller roll... sure but, I dont know if i want him calling the plays, not just yet.

                                Thanks BoneKrusher^

                                http://youtube.com/watch?v=6_j52DziMy4 (the man)
                                http://youtube.com/watch?v=2g6S3Anto7c
                                KO KNOWS

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