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hi-jinx 05-13-2004 05:03 PM

Guess the Cowgirls...
 
Are going with the rookie as the starter. Am I missing something or are they short at the RB. Whats their depth chart look like now?

[url]http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/columns/story?columnist=pasquarelli_len&id=1800967[/url]

Daseal 05-13-2004 05:18 PM

Probably better for them to let Julius Jones learn the hard way. Jones could be a heck of a runner, I don't think he'll be what Jackson/Kevin Jones will be, but he'll be good.

SmootSmack 05-13-2004 06:14 PM

I think they kind of like that other kid they had last year, Avon Cason.

But with Julius Jones and Carter/Henson I can't wait to see how Keyshawn behaves this season

hi-jinx 05-13-2004 06:23 PM

[QUOTE=smootsmack]But with Julius Jones and Carter/Henson I can't wait to see how Keyshawn behaves this season[/QUOTE]


I dont understand. MEshawn is such a team player, look at how he bent over backwards for Tampa. :thumb:

BleedBurgundy 05-14-2004 05:07 AM

I hope Julius is a bigger bust than his brother.

BleedBurgundy 05-14-2004 05:07 AM

Also, he's a big-time fumbler, so LaVar should have fun...

Mattyk 05-14-2004 08:32 AM

Parcells will either look like a genius or a complete idiot with Jones.

jsarno 05-14-2004 11:13 AM

[QUOTE=smootsmack]I think they kind of like that other kid they had last year, Avon Cason. [/QUOTE]

Parcells really liked Cason until he started missing blocking assignments. He was going to start him over Hambrick last season until he realized that all Cason can do is run.

I think it's a wise move personally. Hambrick is nothing special, in fact he's a liability. Who's to say fresh legs won't do the trick back there? I seriously doubt that Hambrick would get any more yards than Jones in a 16 game schedule...so what is there to lose.
Besides we all know what will make or break the Cowpatties is the QB position.

sportscurmudgeon 05-14-2004 11:16 AM

There is plenty of time for the Cowboys to pick up a running back after the 1 June cuts are made.

Losing Troy Hambrick is no big deal and replacing him with someone who can do as well as he did will not be a big deal either.

The good news is that the Cowboys did not draft one of the really good RBs (Steven Jackson for example).

redwagonskins 05-14-2004 01:34 PM

I love it, while the Eagles have argueably helped themselves this off-season (if Owens doesn't become a distraction) the Cowboys and Giants seem to be moving in the opposite direction. Carter is not the QB of the future and Henson is a huge gamble. Me-shawn is average at best and they are relying on a rookie RB. The Giants are filing grievances because they are working too hard and pissing off their fans. They are also going with a rookie QB and if they perform as poorly as I think, they will be giving up a top five pick next year to SD. Now, if the Skins can only capitalize on this....


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