Team Grade:
Dallas Cowboys
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The Cowboys have some questions marks at running back but the rest of the team looks pretty solid. Dallas might be the favorite to win the division this year and have a shot to come out of the NFC as the Super Bowl representative. There is plenty of talent on both sides of the ball for the Cowboys, giving them double-digit win potential in an unsettled division.
The Cowboys running back spot isnā??t settled by any means. At this point, we think Joseph Randle brings the most to the table for the team. He averaged a robust 6.7 yards per carry last year and catches the ball pretty well out of the backfield. He can produce big behind this great offensive line if he ends up with the most chances, which is very possible. Randle might be the surest thing out of a very unsure situation in Dallas.
Darren McFadden was signed during the offseason to add some depth at the running back spot. He will get a chance to start this season but if the last few seasons mean anything, donā??t count on McFadden seizing the starting job in Dallas. McFadden has really struggled the past few years and seems to have lost a step from earlier in his career. A fresh start behind a great offensive line is a positive for McFadden, but you canā??t count on him to finally have a career season with the way he has looked the past few years.

Team Notes

Feb 09, 04:43 PM Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo said he learned a lot when he was a backup quarterback and he is willing to help another quarterback learn if the Cowboys sign a free-agent quarterback or take a quarterback in the draft.
Feb 07, 10:03 PM Dallas Cowboys TE Jason Witten said he is taking his career one year at a time, but he added that he would play another seven years if he remains healthy and can play at a high level.
Feb 04, 05:13 PM Updating a previous report, Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo (clavicle) will undergo another CT scan at the end of February or in early March, at which point the best way to proceed will be reassessed. There will be two options for Romo. A plate could be attached over the collarbone to limit the potential for further injury. If the CT scan shows good enough bone growth, though, then a portion of the clavicle could be shaved off or removed. The second method would place less long-term stress on the collarbone. Romo is still expected to undergo surgery at a later time.
Feb 03, 09:13 AM Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo (clavicle) will be re-evaluated in four weeks before making a final decision on surgery to his left collarbone, according to sources. Romo had a CT scan a week ago on the collarbone, which showed good bone growth.
Jan 31, 12:53 PM Dallas Cowboys DE DeMarcus Lawrence (back) underwent back surgery to fix an issue which bothered him for much of the second half of the 2015 season, according to head coach Jason Garrett.
Jan 29, 09:43 PM Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator Scott Linehan said he doesn't expect any major changes in the offensive philosophy in 2016, and he added that he expects QB Tony Romo back and ready to go for the start of the season.
Jan 29, 10:33 AM Dallas Cowboys impending free-agent DE Greg Hardy is not expected to be re-signed by the team due to excessive partying.
Jan 27, 08:33 PM Dallas Cowboys WR Dez Bryant (foot) is recovering from recent foot surgery at the team's facility but should be ready for offseason workouts. Executive vice president Stephen Jones said the team will manage Bryant during the offseason.
Jan 27, 05:33 PM Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said he doesn't feel pressured to draft a quarterback in 2016 as QB Tony Romo's heir apparent. 'There are many options,' Jones said. 'There's free agency ... We have to (draft a QB) to do what? We have to win a Super Bowl next year? Do we have to compete for a Super Bowl in the future? Do you have to have it in place after this draft? There's no have-to here, in my mind, because we have the luxury of having Romo here for three, four, five more years.'
Jan 27, 02:03 PM Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo's (collarbone) injuries are a concern, especially as he ages, according to former Cowboys QB Troy Aikman. 'I think the collarbone certainly is a concern,' Aikman said. 'He's broken it now three times in, I believe, the last five years. As you mentioned, they're going to go in, they're going to put a plate in. That should strengthen it, is that going to be enough? I don't know.'
Jan 24, 02:13 PM Updating a previous report, Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo (collarbone) is anticipating a six-to-eight week recovery from his eventual surgery date.
Jan 24, 02:13 PM Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo (collarbone) is planning to have surgery this offseason to plate his left collarbone to prevent future injuries, according to sources. Romo has fractured his collarbone three times in the past five seasons.
Jan 23, 03:43 PM Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo (shoulder) will have a CT scan this week to determine if he needs shoulder surgery. Romo did say that his shoulder and back feel good.
Jan 22, 12:43 AM Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said he is open to using the team's first-round pick, No. 4 overall, to draft an heir apparent for QB Tony Romo.
Jan 21, 07:43 PM Dallas Cowboys TE Jason Witten finished as a No. 1 fantasy tight end for the twelfth season in a row.
Jan 19, 02:23 PM Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo plans to play at least four more seasons despite turning 36 this year.

Offseason Keys

Jasper Brinkley, LB; Jed Collins, FB; Andrew Gachkar, LB; Greg Hardy, DE; Darren McFadden, RB; Corey White, CB. 

Bruce Carter, LB; Justin Durant, LB; Dwayne Harris, WR; Henry Melton, DT; DeMarco Murray, RB; George Selvie, DE; Anthony Spencer, DE. 

2015 Draft Class

 # 1  27 Byron JonesDB
 # 2  28 Randy GregoryDL
 # 3  27 Chaz GreenOL
 # 4  24 Vince MayleWR
 # 4  28 Damien WilsonLB
 # 5  27 Ryan RussellDL
 # 7  19 Mark NzeochaLB
 # 7  29 Geoff SwaimTE
 Undrafted Synjyn DaysRB
 Undrafted Rod SmithRB
 Undrafted Jameill ShowersQB
 Undrafted Lucky WhiteheadWR

2015 Schedule

1     Sep 13 8:30PM     New York Giants
2     Sep 20 4:25PM     at Philadelphia
3     Sep 27 1:00PM     Atlanta
4     Oct 4 8:30PM     at New Orleans
5     Oct 11 4:25PM     New England
-- Week 6 Bye --
7     Oct 25 4:25PM     at New York Giants
8     Nov 1 4:25PM     Seattle
9     Nov 8 8:30PM     Philadelphia
10     Nov 15 1:00PM     at Tampa Bay
11     Nov 22 1:00PM     at Miami
12     Nov 26 4:30PM     Carolina
13     Dec 7 8:30PM     at Washington
14     Dec 13 4:25PM     at Green Bay
15     Dec 19 8:25PM     New York Jets
16     Dec 27 1:00PM     at Buffalo
17     Jan 3 1:00PM     Washington
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