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 04-29-2008, 10:07 AM         #1461
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and another thing about Martellus Bennett is he is a good blocker which opens doors for Barber or Felix jones cant wait till nfl start back up Cowboys going to run things were going to be the team to beat this year
 10 years ago '05        #1462
DymeKatcha 6 heat pts
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I did some research and wanted to share it with you fellow fans.

Coming into the year of their drafts these are the numbers on Terance Newman and Anthony Henry our current starting corners:

Terance Newman - 5ft. 10 inches, 205 lbs., 4.39 forty

Anthony Henry - 6ft. 1 inch, 205 lbs., 4.59 forty

This years corners:

Adam Jones - the year he was drafted was 5ft. 10 inches, 187 lbs., 4.40 forty

Mike Jenkins - 6ft. 0 inches, 200 lbs., 4.38 forty (tied for 5th fastest for cornerbacks at combine)

Orlando Scandrick - 5ft. 10 inches, 192 lbs., 4.32 forty (2nd fastest for cornerbacks at combine) He was projected to go late 2nd round.


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 10 years ago '05        #1463
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Looks like Mike Jenkins will be taking Roy's old #31. I get paid on Friday, jersey will be on it's way :D (even though I already have two 31's already from when Roy was 31)
 10 years ago '05        #1464
Jaiden05 23 heat pts23
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Imma get hung for this but, I've never owed a Cowboy jersey in my life ( I was broke lol) but, this year it's gonna be worse Cause Imma be broke from grabbing too many Jerseys. lol Pac man, MbIII, T.New, Jenkins, Felix damn thats over 400 bills on Jerseys. Man I can't wait
 04-30-2008, 10:06 AM         #1465
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ima be broke off Jerseys 2 already got romo, witten, MBIII, royroy going to get Pac man, T.New, Jenkins, Felix might even get a zack thomas lol
 04-30-2008, 03:48 PM         #1466
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just some in fo on the pick dallas had
Felix Jones
Running back, Arkansas
6-0, 200
1st round 22nd overall)

Who's He: Most college backs might have disappeared into Darren McFadden's shadow. Instead, Jones parlayed his complementary running skills and kick return ability into a first-round selection. Jones' carry average of 7.66 yards ranks second in college football history behind Army's Glenn Davis (8.26), and he and McFadden ranked third all-time with 2,992 combined rushing yards in 2007.

Unique Quality: Jones' exceptional speed replaces the home-run threat Julius Jones left behind when he signed with Seattle. Felix Jones has a similar capacity to produce deep runs on carries or after the catch, making him an ideal change of pace for bruiser Marion Barber.

How He Fits: Jones actually relished his balancing act with McFadden, and he'll have the same job description with Barber and the Cowboys. He's also a prime candidate to at least share kick return duties, having finished ninth in NCAA history with a 28.2-yard average on 62 career returns with four touchdowns.

Worth Mentioning: Jones also is an underrated receiver out of the backfield. He caught 39 passes for 383 yards and four touchdowns at Arkansas.

Mike Jenkins
Cornerback, South Florida
5-10, 197
1st round (25th overall)

Who's He: The second South Florida alum to join the Dallas secondary, and the Cowboys believe he has starting-quality talent like Anthony Henry. Most considered Jenkins a top-three corner in this year's draft, and the Cowboys didn't hesitate trading up three spots to grab him once he slid into the mid-20s.

Unique Quality: Jenkins's 4.3 speed will be an a.sset against some of the league's deep-threat receivers. He also showed good coverage instincts in college, evidenced by his 12 pass breakups and three interceptions as a senior.

How He Fits: Like the rest of his draft class, Jenkins won't be asked to start right away. His arrival, coupled with Pacman Jones' potential reinstatement, could provide one of the league's deepest cornerback units if Terence Newman and Henry can stay healthy. The two starters each battled nagging foot injuries last year.

Worth Mentioning: Jenkins also is an accomplished kick returner. He averaged 26.7 yards on nine career returns, including a 100-yard touchdown against Cincinnati last season.

Martellus Bennett
Tight end, Texas A&M
6-6, 260
2nd round (61st overall)

Who's He: The second second-round tight end drafted by the Cowboys since 2006, Bennett's an elite athlete who found himself somewhat underutilized in the Aggies' ball-control offense. Yet he still led the team with 49 catches for 587 yards and four touchdowns to earn All-Big 12 first-team honors in 2007.

Unique Quality: Versatility. Bennett's combination of size, hands, solid speed for his 6-6 frame and blocking skills make him a complete tight end prospect.

How He Fits: The Cowboys made room for Bennett by trading fellow second-round pick Anthony Fasano to the Dolphins. Backup Tony Curtis has made strides, but the Cowboys also are excited about teaming Bennett with Witten in two-tight end sets.

Worth Mentioning: Bennett became the first Texas A&M athlete since 1969 to letter in football and basketball. He appeared in 30 games as a backup forward for nearly two seasons (2005-06, 2006-07) but ultimately decided to concentrate on football this past year.

Tashard Choice
Running Back, Georgia Tech
5-10, 215
4th Round (122 overall)

Who's He: Ranked by most as one of the top 10 running backs in the draft but ended up being the 12th one taken, which makes getting him in the fourth round somewhat of a steal for the Cowboys. Saw one ranking had him the 94th best player in the draft, so getting him almost an entire round later was great value for the Cowboys.

Unique Quality: Hard worker and apparently a tough running back, who must pack a wallop. When asked who was the toughest running back he ever faced in his college career, Virginia defensive end Chris Long, the second pick in the draft, said, "I personally believe Tashard Choice is the best running back in the league," and Miami defensive lineman Calais Campbell, a second-round draft choice, said, "The toughest to tackle? I'm going to have to go with my man Tashard Choice. He definitely was the hardest to tackle last year. He ran the ball tough, hard-nosed, fought for every yard. You really had to f!ght to bring him down. I give him a lot of love." Now that's pretty unique.

How He Fits: Since the Cowboys selected Felix Jones with one of their two first-round picks to complement starter Marion Barber, the Cowboys needed an all-purpose back as their No. 3 guy, just in case Barber goes down. Choice is a guy who can handle 25 carries a game, evidenced by becoming the first Georgia Tech running back with consecutive 1,000-yard seasons, and can handle enough special teams jobs to be active on game day.

Worth Mentioning: Choice must be a smart guy. Not only has he already graduated from Georgia Tech (this past December) with a degree in History, Technology and Society, but was a two-time member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll, and was smart enough to realize after spending a redshirt season at Oklahoma in 2003 and backing up some guy named Adrian Peterson in 2004 (Academic All-Big 12) that he'd probably ought to go somewhere else if he was ever going to be the guy.

Orlando Scandrick
Cornerback, Boise State
5-11, 198
5th Round (143 overall)

Who's He: Speedy corner who came out early after his junior year, and was obviously disappointed he was not drafted until the fifth round. Many had him rated a Top 20 cornerback, but ended up being the 32nd defensive back drafted. Played on the Boise State team to defeat Oklahoma in that 2006 season Fiesta Bowl. If nothing else, could become the special-teams dynamo to replace Keith Davis. Being 5-11, 198, with 4.3 speed helps that.

Unique Quality: Not just a potential special teams coverage guy. Scandrick blocked four kicks in 2007. He also knows what to do with the ball when he gets it. Starting as a true freshman in 2005, he returned a blocked field goal for a touchdown, a blocked extra point for a two-point conversion and returned an interception for a touchdown.

How He Fits: No matter the Cowboys drafted Mike Jenkins in the first round and hope to have Adam Jones active by the season opener, as they say, you can never have enough corners. The Cowboys might have six quality corners this season, and Scandrick's speed will not only grab him a backup job, but possibly challenge for some nickel duty.

Worth Mentioning: Here is another defensive back with return ability. While he didn't do much of that at Boise State, get this, while in high school he averaged 46.5 yards on 22 kickoff returns. As a junior at Boise, Scandrick had one punt return for 54 yards and averaged almost 20 yards on four kickoff returns. He did return one interception 42 yards. And for whatever testing means, this youngster ran a 4.34 40-yard dash, and has a 38½-inch vertical, which is pretty impressive for being only 5-11. So at least he has the physical ability to make plays on the ball, which is one of the reasons the Cowboys liked him.

Erik Walden,
Linebacker, Middle Tennessee State
6-2, 243
6th Round (167 Overall)

Who's He: A defensive end by trade in college, although one who played a little linebacker, he will become another ones of those guys being moved to outside linebacker in the Cowboys' 3-4 defensive alignment to take advantage of his pass-rush skills, just like Greg Ellis, DeMarcus Ware and Anthony Spencer. While a tad short, he does have some pass-rush ability, finishing his four-year college career with 22½ sacks, including 11½ as a junior.

Unique Quality: Was voted the Heart of Georgia defensive player of the year his senior year at Dublin (Ga.) High School and went on to become a two-time All-Sun Belt Conference player at MTS.

How He Fits: Think special teams and pass-rush specialist first. The Cowboys coverage units were lacking last year, so Walden must make an impression covering kicks, and appears to have the speed to get downfield. Then he must show pass-rush skills to make this team as a developmental player.

Worth Mentioning: Walden became the first Middle Tennessee State player drafted since wide receiver Tyrone Calico was selected in the second round by the Tennessee Titans in 2003. But get this: He also becomes the first Blue Raider defensive player to be drafted since Anthony Hicks in 1997 and their first defensive end ever drafted.
 10 years ago '08        #1467
GhostNinja 47 heat pts47
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Ray Lewis' brother signed by the Cowboys
 04-30-2008, 05:45 PM         #1468
texasplayboy_23  OP
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^^I didn't hear/read about that anywhere...source?!?!
 10 years ago '04        #1469
DaKidB.A.N.K.$ 5 heat pts
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 texasplayboy_23 said:
^^I didn't hear/read about that anywhere...source?!?!
na son hes right..his brother is
Keon Lattimore RB Maryland


 04-30-2008, 07:28 PM         #1470
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hopefully he can run as hard as lewis hits
 10 years ago '05        #1471
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I saw that the other day. Sure as hell picked up plenty of runningbacks. Some of 'em gotta stick right?
 04-30-2008, 10:21 PM         #1472
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well we only had MBIII thats it had to fill it up cant wait to see Felix and jenkins play its going to be a good year in Dallas
 05-01-2008, 07:43 PM         #1473
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 DaKidB.A.N.K.$ said:
na son hes right..his brother is
Keon Lattimore RB Maryland


Who? ...never heard of him.

**scratches head**
 05-01-2008, 07:50 PM         #1474
Black_Deuce  OP
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 texasplayboy_23 said:
Who? ...never heard of him.

**scratches head**

the kid is a f!ghter!!!




thats how u score a fu*king touchdown


he can turn on the jets too





terrapins football >>>>


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 05-01-2008, 07:58 PM         #1475
texasplayboy_23  OP
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:wow:Yeah you're right, the kid IS good! All 32 teams should smack themselves for not drafting him.








:rolleyes:
 05-01-2008, 08:07 PM         #1476
Black_Deuce  OP
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Is all Im saying, he can contribute if given the chance I follow the terps alot my lil cousin goes there and plays for the baseball team

if there weren't questions about a shoulder injury he had he would have gone in the late rounds, had a terrific senior year, 1000 yard back

he can turn on the jets just needs to play up to his size and try to run with power a bit more, as a north / south runner



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 05-01-2008, 08:19 PM         #1477
texasplayboy_23  OP
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A 1000 yard back in the pros even though he couldn't do it in college?

He wasn't even invited to the combine....this n*gga will never see the light of day...Barber, Jones, Choice, Coleman, maybe Thompson if the team gives him another shot.
 05-01-2008, 08:22 PM         #1478
Black_Deuce  OP
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whatever dood
 05-01-2008, 08:29 PM         #1479
texasplayboy_23  OP
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...and change that fu*kin nickname.:thumbsdow







...and Kenny Phillips is no way close to Sean T.:slap:
 05-01-2008, 09:00 PM         #1480
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They both NFC East First round safteys from Miami
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