Jerry Jones has signed a few players this offseason that have been on the wrong end of public scrutiny, that’s an indication of the Cowboys’ win now minder heading into this season.
Tony Romo, 35, isn’t getting any younger and the Cowboys have assembled one of the best offensive lines in recent memory, so it’s not farfetched to believe that they can make a serious title run.
Offensively, the Cowboys are only weak at the halfback position. McFadden may be the answer for them if he can stay healthy but fans are eyeing a specific running back to fill the void of DeMarco Murray. Jones’ recent statements may have opened the door for further speculation:
“I’d be reluctant to, but certainly if the right situation came along that could improve us now, with where we are with Romo, his career and where we are with what we’ve put together, it’s a good time to go for it,” Jones said, via FOXSports.com.
It seems as though Jones is hinting at making a run for Adrian Peterson. Giving up a first round pick may seem lofty but the Cowboys acquisition projected 1st rounder of La’el Collins makes it seem as though they had two 1st rounder in this years draft.
It’d probably be in the teams best interest to go for broke this year.