A local Louisiana paper has an interview with WR Skyler Green.
The most interesting part:
Green: T.O. being there is not as bad as people think. He's helped me out tremendously since I've been there. He's helped me with route running and techniques. He's on me about dropping balls and always telling me, 'Get your head in the practice.' That's what kind of player he is. He's a great football player, a great athlete and he's a great person.
It's not a big leap of faith to project the Cowboys to win 11-12 games after going 9-7 last season and missing the playoffs for the second straight year under coach Bill Parcells.
If you think Dallas' offensive line is going to hold up, then you should like them to go above 9 ½ victories, which is their posted over/under regular-season win total.
The Cowboys' schedule isn't as difficult as you might think even though the division is loaded and there are road games against Carolina and Atlanta along with a home game against Indianapolis.
That's because the Cowboys also draw Tennessee, Houston, Arizona, Tampa Bay, New Orleans and Detroit. Owens should burn some of those secondaries no matter who's throwing to him.