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Old 02-10-2007, 06:02 PM    (permalink
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Don't know if anyone saw or cares but we signed Akin Ayodele's Brother as a Defensive Tackle
http://www.dallascowboys.com/

Also just heard on NFL Network
Wade is expected to higher Todd Bowels as DC and his son Wes as QB coach
I dunno about hiring Wes Phillips. He's only been the QB at a D1 team for two years! That's just dumb. The only reason he'll be on the staff is because he's the head coaches son. This isn't Pop Warner. You can't let someone have an important position just because he's your son. I don't think he's ready for the pros. I think we should go after someone more experienced, especially when we're focusing on developing Tony.
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Don't know if anyone saw or cares but we signed Akin Ayodele's Brother as a Defensive Tackle
http://www.dallascowboys.com/

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Wade is expected to higher Todd Bowels as DC and his son Wes as QB coach
I dunno about hiring Wes Phillips. He's only been the QB at a D1 team for two years! That's just dumb. The only reason he'll be on the staff is because he's the head coaches son. This isn't Pop Warner. You can't let someone have an important position just because he's your son. I don't think he's ready for the pros. I think we should go after someone more experienced, especially when we're focusing on developing Tony.
Wade said that other teams are looking at hiring his son, so it is reasonable for him to hire his son. Also I doubt it would be for QB, probably something like quality control, like dc.com suggested.

Garrett will hold most of the responsibility of working with Romo.
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ok, now lets get back on topic.

After looking up Stienbach, Dockery, and Dielman, they are all 27 or under, and have atleast 4 years of experience, which is perfect. If Jerry doesn't sign one of them I will kill him. But he will.
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ok, now lets get back on topic.

After looking up Stienbach, Dockery, and Dielman, they are all 27 or under, and have atleast 4 years of experience, which is perfect. If Jerry doesn't sign one of them I will kill him. But he will.
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ok, now lets get back on topic.

After looking up Stienbach, Dockery, and Dielman, they are all 27 or under, and have atleast 4 years of experience, which is perfect. If Jerry doesn't sign one of them I will kill him. But he will.
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Dang! I just listened to Dallascowboys.com radio and Terence Newman said he ran a 10.20 100 meter. Holy sh**!!!!
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ok, now lets get back on topic.

After looking up Stienbach, Dockery, and Dielman, they are all 27 or under, and have atleast 4 years of experience, which is perfect. If Jerry doesn't sign one of them I will kill him. But he will.
I'll take Dielman
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Are we cutting Rivera then?
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I personally think Rivera could take a place as a mentor to some younger Offensive Linemen.
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Yeah, I'm not opposed to letting him go. In fact, I highly encourage it. I think he'd make a good mentor.
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After looking up Stienbach, Dockery, and Dielman, they are all 27 or under, and have atleast 4 years of experience, which is perfect. If Jerry doesn't sign one of them I will kill him. But he will.
Dockery was born 20 miles from Dallas. He played high school football in Texas and played in college at UT. If we are gonna land on of those mentioned....Derrick is our best chance.
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After looking up Stienbach, Dockery, and Dielman, they are all 27 or under, and have atleast 4 years of experience, which is perfect. If Jerry doesn't sign one of them I will kill him. But he will.
Dockery was born 20 miles from Dallas. He played high school football in Texas and played in college at UT. If we are gonna land on of those mentioned....Derrick is our best chance.
We'll see what kind of affect Wade Phillips has on Deilman... I'd take anyone decent at this point. I don't want to invest a lot.
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Think about it though. If we resign Columbo and Gurode, and sign one of those 3 guards, and maybe draft another day 1 OT or OG, our o-line goes from below average right to good.

It would be like this:

Adams-Drafted Player-Gurode-Dielman-Columbo

(Kosier is optional)

With our weapons, and now our defense going to the next level with Wade, watch out super-bowl baby!
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Kosier did fine this year, I see no reason to pull him. Especially if you plan to put a rookie there. I still think that if we resignn Gurode and Colombo, and sign a guard in FA, there's no need to go after an offensive lineman in the draft until day 2. As far as who I want the Guard we sign to be, I want Stienbach. Dockery didn't have a stellaryear this year, and Stienbach did. He's quite the mauler, and I think he'd be perfect. If we can't get Stienbach, then I'd be fine with Dockery.
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After looking up Stienbach, Dockery, and Dielman, they are all 27 or under, and have atleast 4 years of experience, which is perfect. If Jerry doesn't sign one of them I will kill him. But he will.
What about Leonard Davis from ARZ?
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The question for me is, who will not only be decent or serviceable, but possibility dominating in the near future. Will it be one of the FA like Dockery, Deilman, Steinbech, or one of the draftees like Grubbs, Blalock, Beekman or Rameriez? Maybe will pick one from each, I don't know. But I'm putting my money one of the rookies.
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The question for me is, who will not only be decent or serviceable, but possibility dominating in the near future. Will it be one of the FA like Dockery, Deilman, Steinbech, or one of the draftees like Grubbs, Blalock, Beekman or Rameriez? Maybe will pick one from each, I don't know. But I'm putting my money one of the rookies.
We need someone to be a leader of our offensive line. Rivera called all the blitzes at the line and called the line audibles. You really can't factor that in without knowing that. I mean maybe a guy like Koiser could handle the load..but i'm not buying it. Gurode has shown his mental capacity. So I think our OG addition has to be someone who has experience but is still hasn't peaked.
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The question for me is, who will not only be decent or serviceable, but possibility dominating in the near future. Will it be one of the FA like Dockery, Deilman, Steinbech, or one of the draftees like Grubbs, Blalock, Beekman or Rameriez? Maybe will pick one from each, I don't know. But I'm putting my money one of the rookies.
We need someone to be a leader of our offensive line. Rivera called all the blitzes at the line and called the line audibles. You really can't factor that in without knowing that. I mean maybe a guy like Koiser could handle the load..but i'm not buying it. Gurode has shown his mental capacity. So I think our OG addition has to be someone who has experience but is still hasn't peaked.
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The question for me is, who will not only be decent or serviceable, but possibility dominating in the near future. Will it be one of the FA like Dockery, Deilman, Steinbech, or one of the draftees like Grubbs, Blalock, Beekman or Rameriez? Maybe will pick one from each, I don't know. But I'm putting my money one of the rookies.
We need someone to be a leader of our offensive line. Rivera called all the blitzes at the line and called the line audibles. You really can't factor that in without knowing that. I mean maybe a guy like Koiser could handle the load..but i'm not buying it. Gurode has shown his mental capacity. So I think our OG addition has to be someone who has experience but is still hasn't peaked.
Dielman.
I have my money on Dielman going to Miami. Dockery is our best shot.
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As for Dielman, the Chargers GM, AJ Smith, said a while ago that re-signing him was priority #1 heading into the off-season. As of right now the two parties havent spoken in about two weeks... why you ask? Rumor has it Dielman is seeking Steve Hutchinson money :shock: ... Is that a price the boys are willing to pay? I'm not too sure but, with all this being said, I would be fairly shocked to see him let go by San Diego.
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Listen, whomever Wade hires as DC, QB Coach or whatever you have to assume he's putting together the best staff he can in order to win. No coach is going to sacrifice his ability to be successfull in order to put coaches in place just to apease anyone.

Bowles has been mentioned as DC for some time now and has been impressing the coaching staff even before BP left.

As for Wade's son as the QB coach. Well let me ask you this. If your Grandfather was a HC in the NFL for years and your Father was a HC years do you think that you'd know a helluva lot about football?

Everyone on here thinks they know about football. Do you think you'd know more if your whole family tree consisted of 50+ years of actual Pro Coaching experience?

Yeah, I thought so too. I'll take the son of a coach with that pedigree anytime. Is he young? Sure, does that make him any less likely to know what he's doing? No.

As for FA signings. Don't be surprised if very few big name or even mediocre named players switch teams this year. Most teams have several million dollars in cap money available so if a player leaves their team it's for probably 1 of 2 reasons. Either he's a) going to be overpaid vastly or b) the team he's leaving doesn't really think he's as good as his backup....either of which is bad.

IF anyone spends Hutchinson money on any guard they are a fool. I don't care if it's Bruce Matthews, paying that much money for a player at G is a TERRIBLE investment. Guard is one of the positions in the NFL where the difference between a great player and a good player is very small as compared to other positions. Positions of reduced marginal effect like that are the ones you especially DO NOT pay big money for.

Rivera's contract bordered on too expensive for a G. If we pay that money again, we're down right silly.

Kosier played well for the Cowboys, came at a reasonable price, has the versatility to play other positions, and is young. That's exactly the type of FA at the G position we need to sign if we sign anyone.
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