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    Interest in a Cowboys draft prediction contest?

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    Interested. Keep the tradition. Build it and they will come.
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    What Omega said

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    Dallas trades down to Cincy's 1.21 and takes Barron there.

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    Round 1: 14: Luke Kuechly. He might be there and too good to pass up. Sean Lee and Bruce Carter have had injuries that have made their games missed greater than games played over the past three years. This is a leader and a tough face of the defense. Sean on weakside and Kuechly on strong. Carter roving and blitzing and Connor backing all three.


    Round 2: 45: Josh Robinson CB. Need for Speed. (I know, I know, this is looking a lot like Chunky's mock).

    Round 3: 81: Ronnell Lewis: OLB. This guy tackles like a cheetah takes down gazelles on the Serenghetti. Any angle. Any Time.

    Round 4: 113: Chris Rainey KR/WR/RB - Need a change of pace threat and returner. Look at Brandon Banks?

    Round 4: 135 Cyrus Gray: Can do it all. Like Kevin Faulk
    Round 5: 152: David Molk: Center
    Round 6: 186: Hebron Fangupo DT: 6'1" 323 is a nice bowling ball.
    Round 7: 222: Johnnie Troutman: OG. Big Mauling body to develop.
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    1.14 - With Barron, DeCastro, Cox, and Kuechly all off the board, the Boys trade the pick to Cincinnati, who moves up to take Gilmore in front to Philadelphia. Dallas trades #1.14 and #7.222 to Cincinnati for #1.17 and #3.83).

    1.17 - Chandler Jones, OLB - Getting to the QB is a priority for the Boys this year, and Jones might be the best OLB prospect in the draft. He is reportedly flying up the draft boards.

    2.45 - Janoris Jenkins, CB - I think the Boys take a chance on him and he fills a big need.

    3.81 - Josh Champman, NT - Boys finally get a true NT, allowing Ratliff to move to DE.

    3.83 - Phillip Baker, C - Boys need to upgrade the centre spot, and Baker could be a starter from Day 1.

    4.113 - Ryan Broyles, WR - Boys fill the loss of Robinson by selecting the Oklahoma WR who is coming off a major knee injury. If healthy, he could address the team's need for a slot receiver.

    4.135 - DeAngelo Peterson, TE - Athletic h-back type that gives Romo another weapon.

    5.152 - Akiem Hicks, NT/DE - Raw product from Canada could make a big impact in the future.

    6.186 - Janzen Jackson, FS - Small-school product with good tools. Could be a Thomas Everett-type of player in the future.

    7.222 - Traded to Cincinnati.
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