Hands down, the Dallas Cowboys have the best passing offense in the NFC East.
Living in NJ, I saw a lot of Elam when he was with the Jets. Based on what I saw of him then (and maybe his game has evolved since) I really like him as a role player… not sure I’d want him starting at safety.
The crux of this is that the Cowboys’ offense can be like those crazy-good Rams teams back in the day if they can fix the right side of the line. Personally, I don’t even think the Cowboys’ skill position guys compare to those Rams teams. Jason Witten is a better TE than anyone that ever played in St. Louis, but Miles Austin and Dez Bryant are not Isaac Bruce and Torry Holt, and there’s no Marshall Faulk on the Cowboys.
Felix was ranked 10th by Football Outsiders.
Kerrigan was one of my favorite players in the draft. FF machine. He and Orakpo could be a force at both OLB positions.
In an interview with ESPN 980, Williams claimed he thought the camp was for backs and wide receivers.
Also, the power went out in his house and his alarm didn’t go off, the dog ate his playbook, and he had explosive diarrhea.
Lichtensteiger is right. Granted, these practices are even more voluntary than the voluntary ones run by coaches, but do you want to do everything in your power to put yourself in the best position to win, or not? The Redskins largely have done a phenomenal job getting a ton of participation for these workout, questionably worthwhile as they may be. But if I were a player showing up every day and my OL teammate that makes 10x what I make isn’t there, I’d be pissed too.
Dan lists some franchises that finished ahead of the Skins, the most humorous of which (to me at least) is the LA Clippers.
Widely reported all day yesterday.
Caught this on NFLN myself. I remain steadfast in my belief that the Eagles are going to get a minimum of a 1 for Kolb, and probably a nice chunk more.
Some nice comedy here. Good job by the readers asking good questions, too.
Les Bowen is my favorite Eagles beat writer.
David… bud… All you have to do is chill out, relax, and be a Super Bowl hero the rest of your life.
Pros/cons of both guys. Joshua missed Jacobs’ biggest con… $$$. I’m on record as saying the Giants would be better served putting the money they owe Jacobs to better use.
Those guys better pan out, because there were much bigger needs along the OL.