Mickey Spags gives the Cowboys kicking situation a look and comes to the same conclusion as the rest of us: Pay some money for a kicker. He breaks down the usual suspects and concludes with this piece of wisdom.
Take that $3 million and get you one of these kickers.
Spags shoots and he scores. Other morsels from the Mick's article:
Keep your eye on that situation; when the players are more mature than the coach, the probability of a train wreck is near 100%.
It's hard to believe that Parcells went with Chris Palmer as QB coach knowing that Ryan Leaf was available. I hear Quincy Carter was also in the running, but hurt his own chances by expressing his revolutionary "more interceptions are good for an offense" coaching philosophy.