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not a good fit.
nevermind.
win-now.

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Lacking some skills and is declining.

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Old 04-13-2018, 09:33 PM
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Many Cowboy fans see the problem being in part chemistry with Dak vs chemistry with Romo.

Dak is an athletic type of QB, and as such, unable to have rapport with Dez.

Romo, like Rivers, had field vision and anticipation.

Dez would be PR friendly, if proponent Okung were willing to get a haircut.

Wouldn't it be cool if TT did a whole bunch of things.
--trade Tyrell, Liuget, Verrett.
--sign Dez, Hankins, TreBos10.
--draft Taven or trade up for Tremaine...
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Many Cowboy fans see the problem being in part chemistry with Dak vs chemistry with Romo.

Dak is an athletic type of QB, and as such, unable to have rapport with Dez.

Romo, like Rivers, had field vision and anticipation.

Dez would be PR friendly, if proponent Okung were willing to get a haircut.

Wouldn't it be cool if TT did a whole bunch of things.
--trade Tyrell
— Cut Liuget
--sign Dez, Hankins
--draft Hurst/Taven...
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Old 04-13-2018, 09:51 PM
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Fixed it for you
True.
I was presuming MoHurst would be gone or not in play from a trade up for Tremaine, utilizing pieces acquired in JV TW CL trades.

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Old 04-14-2018, 12:31 AM
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I don't watch the Cowboys myself. According to the two separate Cowboys fans I know, they both say the same thing about Dez. Dak Prescott needs a WR who strictly runs his route and doesn't improvise. Dez improvised according to them, much like how Keenan Allen does. I think Rivers and Dez would be a good match if what they say is true. We would be absolutely stacked at WR
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Many Cowboy fans see the problem being in part chemistry with Dak vs chemistry with Romo.

Dak is an athletic type of QB, and as such, unable to have rapport with Dez.

Romo, like Rivers, had field vision and anticipation.

Dez would be PR friendly, if proponent Okung were willing to get a haircut.

Wouldn't it be cool if TT did a whole bunch of things.
--trade Tyrell, Liuget, Verrett.
--sign Dez, Hankins, TreBos10.
--draft Taven or trade up for Tremaine...
Great point.
At least some of Dez’ drop off can be credited to the transition from Romo to Dak.
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Packers would be a good spot.
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Moe, 21...teams are loading up on weapons.

It's short term vs long term.

A go for broke contract could be arranged, depending critically on an assessment of how much he has left in the tank.

Keenan-Dez-MW.

That could challenge the Rams for LA's finest.
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Mike Williams is Dez Bryant. Well he's suppose to develop into that role. Time flies. It seemed like yesterday Dak and Zeke we're drafted and you had the big three. One thought these guys we're set to dominate for years to come.

Be nice to draft or pick up a receiver with the size and quickness of Wes Welker. Kind following the trend we started over a decade ago of drafting short quick receivers but didn't give it a chance thanks to smarter organization like the Patriots who saw Welker for the potential player he can be. Able to play in the slot, out wide and beat his man on quick out routes to move the chains. He was a master that...it would throw something different to NFL secondaries.

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Many Cowboy fans see the problem being in part chemistry with Dak vs chemistry with Romo.

Dak is an athletic type of QB, and as such, unable to have rapport with Dez.

Romo, like Rivers, had field vision and anticipation.

Dez would be PR friendly, if proponent Okung were willing to get a haircut.

Wouldn't it be cool if TT did a whole bunch of things.
--trade Tyrell, Liuget, Verrett.
--sign Dez, Hankins, TreBos10.
--draft Taven or trade up for Tremaine...
/agree with bolded

Dez wants to be a leader, he was denied that and passed over for the younger stars and Witten. He can likely be a leader with a young Redskins team but would still be behind KA on the Chargers.

I still want Dez but I think his mind is in a different place regarding football and he is not focusing on just playing the game.

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Moe, 21...teams are loading up on weapons.

It's short term vs long term.

A go for broke contract could be arranged, depending critically on an assessment of how much he has left in the tank.

Keenan-Dez-MW.

That could challenge the Rams for LA's finest.
/agreed with the bolded

Chargers NEED to do better in LA period. There is way too much competition sports team-wise for them to keep the status quo.

1 year incentive laden deal would be our best bet, but this team is likely low on the wish list for Dez. Other teams could over-pay him much more...
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