In all the mocks I have seen for Dallas on BTB and other sites one glaring need continues to not be addressed. Some fans may say we are fine in this area, but I strongly disagree. Ignoring this glaring hole on our team is irresponsible on Jerry's behalf. It is obvious to other players and fans in the league when you look at what they are saying about us. It has caused much riduclue in the football community and we cannot ignore this facet of the team any longer. We must improve...Free Reign!
For far to long Dallas has had a sub par rock band and it must stop in 2010! We need to build through this years draft and create an entertaining and respectable band.
Below is my light-hearted attempt to address the current football needs of The Boys while also improving their sound. I am just very bored at work on a Friday and this occupied my time well until lunch. If you guys have any other picks just put them in the comments below. (Please note: I have no idea if these guys can play a muical note at all. Thier names just sounded kinda cool and rocker-ish and were in an area of need).
Round 1 (27)- Maurkice Pouncey, C/G: Nice value and hopefully he can replace Procter on the line and on the drums.
Round 2 (59)- Tyson Alula, DE: Maybe he can push Spears of the team and Columbo of Bass? love the hair...
Round 3 (90)-Javier Arenas, DB/Return: His name sounds like he could be the vocalist for Rage Against the Machine, right? Plus he could help on special teams right away
Round 4 (125)- Marshal Newhouse, OL: Reminds be of Bart's friend on The Simpson's. Bouncer at the door.
Round 6 (196) John Connor, FB: If he can save the world i am pretty sure he can drive the van for Free Reign.
Round 7 (234) Boo Robinson, DT: He can give Rat some rest on D-line and can sub in for Millhouse at the front door of the club.
UDFA: The guy who dots the "I" at the Ohio State games:He's got great agility and lower body strength. Would give Jerry something else to put on the jumbo screen, and would also distract Free Reign auidences long enough to get through one song without leaving the concerts.