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How many starters can the Cowboys draft in the 2019 NFL draft?\"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Dallas Cowboys NewsFour Cowboys defenders who could be put in jeopardy by NFL Draft selections New Cheap Kavon Frazier Youth Jersey ,149commentsHow many starters can the Cowboys draft in the 2019 NFL draft?CDTShareTweetShareShareFour Cowboys defenders who could be put in jeopardy by NFL Draft selections Jerome Miron-USA TODAY SportsThe NFL draft is a wonderful time of the year for all 32 teams. Next Thursday, each team will begin to add multiple young, cheap talents to their roster in hopes of competing for the Lombardi Trophy in 2019. For NFL teams and the college prospects entering the NFL, this is an exciting time in their lives, but for many seasoned veterans, this could be the start of the end for many players starting jobs/careers. Today we will look at four players who could be in risk of losing their roles on the Cowboys after the 2019 NFL draft.George Iloka - SafetyBrad Rempel-USA TODAY SportsThe Cowboys brought in 28-year old veteran George Iloka to compete for the strong safety spot with Jeff Heath before starting to plan for the NFL draft. Iloka, a former Bengal and Viking, struggled to see the field with Minnesota last season after being released by Cincinnati. Iloka saw action in all 16 games, but only started three games for the Vikings after the team lost Andrew Sendejo in week five. As we all know, the Cowboys are doing a ton of work on this safety class. Dallas hosted Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, Jonathan Abram, Juan Thornhill, Khari Willis, Taylor Rapp, and Will Harris on official visits, plus they worked out a few more during private workouts and Dallas Day. Iloka signed a very team friendly deal and if the Cowboys do end up drafting a safety high, they can release George Iloka with only a $300k dead cap hit in 2019. If the Cowboys do draft a safety in the top 100, that will leave the Cowboys with seven safeties on the roster heading into training camp. Some decisions will have to be made. That leads us to our next player.Kavon Frazier - SafetyBrad Mills-USA TODAY SportsKavon Frazier is a fan-favorite of many. Frazier brings a blue-collar work ethic, toughness, and has shown to be a valuable piece on special teams over his first three years in the NFL. But the unfortunate fact of the matter is Frazier lacks the versatility that both Rod Marinelli and Kris Richard like in their defensive backs. He lacks the coverage ability to man-up against wideouts and tight ends, and lacks the athletic ability and instincts to play anywhere on defense but down in the box.The decision between George Iloka and Kavon Frazier would likely come down to how much the front office values the veteran leadership that comes with Iloka or the familiarity, special teams ability, and youth of Kavon Frazier. Any way we slice this, if the Cowboys do end up spending a premium pick on the safety position, one of Kavon Frazier or George Iloka could potentially be looking for work before the start of the season.Maliek Collins - Defensive TackleTim Heitman-USA TODAY SportsUnlike the two players we discussed above this is more about losing playing time, as opposed to losing a spot on the team. The Cowboys are currently hunting the 3-techniques in this draft very hard and could spend one of their top two draft selections on an interior defensive lineman if the opportunity presents itself.Maliek Collins, entering the final year of his contract Dallas Cowboys Jourdan Lewis Jersey , could find himself battling it out for playing time with the 58th or 90th overall pick. Collins, now 24, has been a valuable player for the Cowboys in his first three seasons, but his inability to stay healthy has hampered the Cowboys defense ability to consistently generate pressure from the interior of their defensive line.After bringing in Tyrsten Hill, Kingsley Keke, Gerald Willis, and meeting this offseason with guys such as Zach Allen, Charles Omenihu, and Daniel Wise, their interest in these disruptive 3-technique’s is evident. Maliek Collins is by no means fighting for a roster spot, but depending on when the team decided to draft a defensive tackle, Collins’ starting role could be in serious question.Anthony Brown - CornerbackDale Zanine-USA TODAY SportsAfter a disappointing year in 2017, cornerback Anthony Brown bounced back and had an excellent year as the Cowboys third cornerback. Entering the final year of his deal, we would think that Anthony Brown played well enough in 2018 to feel safe about retaining his role as the teams starting nickel-back, but with the Cowboys apparent interest in early-round corners, Brown may want to saddle up for a training camp battle to retain his starting role. Like Maliek Collins, Brown will not have to worried about his roster spot, due to the lack of depth on the depth chart in 2018, but getting complacent is something that would not be wise for #30.Dallas hosted two late-round cornerbacks in Derrek Thomas and Chris Westry for “official 30 visits”, but have strong interest in Vanderbilt’s Joejuan Williams, Kentucky’s Lonnie Johnson, and Houston’s Isaiah Johnson if those guys are still around when they are on the clock with one of their two top 100 picks things could get interesting here. Can Dak Prescott lead the Cowboys to the Super Bowl? Can Jason Garrett deliver in his final year of his contract? Will Kellen Moore resurrect the Cowboys offense? These things and more as we take a look at what fans should be worried about entering the 2019 season.\" />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteBlogging The BoysBlogging The Boys, a Dallas Cowboys fan communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsLibraryCowboysOddsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Dallas Cowboys NewsFiled under:Dallas Cowboys GeneralWhat you should and shouldn’t be worried about heading into the Cowboys 2019 seasonNew,184commentsSome things are a cause for concern, some things aren’t. A look ahead at the Cowboys season.CDTShareTweetShareShareWhat you should and shouldn’t be worried about heading into the Cowboys 2019 seasonJerome Miron-USA TODAY SportsThe Dallas Cowboys are the reigning NFC East champs. They are a team that is young, hungry, and with each new season the talent level continues to grow. It’s a great time to be a Cowboys fan. The upcoming season brings about a lot of excitement as the team looks make the playoffs in consecutive years for the first time since 2007. There are reasons to be hopeful Cheap Jourdan Lewis Youth Jersey , but there are a few things that are concerning as well. Here are three things we shouldn’t worry about as well as three things that aren’t as big of a deal as some are making it.Shouldn’t be worried about: Offensive WeaponsLast season was a giant mess in terms of chemistry on offense. The offensive line was hindered by several injuries/illnesses. The retirement of Jason Witten meant the NFL experience of the team’s new cast of tight ends was next to nothing. And the organization decided to do a ctrl-alt-delete to their receiving group, starting with the release of Dez Bryant. For a team that is trying to implement some type of consistency for their young quarterback, they sure haven’t been doing Dak Prescott any favors.If things go according to plan, 2019’s leading receiver should again be Amari Cooper as he and Prescott appear to have a good thing going. The Cowboys should also have an improved offensive line with the return of Travis Frederick and rookie guard Connor McGovern. Jason Witten is back, and between free agency, trades, and another draft - the Cowboys have added an assortment of weapons for Prescott.Should be worried about: Dak PrescottThe most debated thing buzzing around the inner circles of the Cowboys these days is how much Prescott is worth. To extend or not to extend? And if so, for how much? Recently, we discussed why giving Dak a big bag of money is not only a foregone conclusion, but a wise investment.But just because the Cowboys are going all-in on Prescott doesn’t mean they’re guaranteed to drag the pot. Prescott must produce, and he must do so more consistently. He’s the single most influential player on this roster, which is why he will command so much money, but with great power comes great responsibility. The addition of Jon Kitna should help him, and there’s no reason be overly concerned, however - the team only goes as far as Dak takes them. If Prescott sputters, it will show up in the win column. Should he improve and take steps toward being elite - brace yourself for a fun ride over the next several years.Shouldn’t be worried about: The Safety PositionIf you had to pick which position on the team contains the worst starter, there’s a good chance your guess would be safety. The Cowboys passed on Earl Thomas, and they passed on one of top safeties in the draft. Instead, they’ve added George Iloka at a super thrifty price of (in Dr. Evil’s voice) one million dollars. The duo of Xavier Woods and Jeff Heath doesn’t exactly get fans excited, and the lack of depth behind them can make some cringe a bit. But don’t fret, it’s not a problem. At least it hasn’t been. Despite an underwhelming list of names at the safety position, the Cowboys just don’t give up the big plays.When you look at the additions the team has made to strengthen the pass rush, their ordinary safety position just got a little better.Should be worried about: TakeawaysLast year, the Cowboys defense was second-best in the NFC in terms of points allowed, trailing only the Chicago Bears. They were third in the conference in total yards allowed, trailing the Bears and the Minnesota Vikings. The Cowboys defense has improved steadily as the team has added a lot of speed and continues to develop some of their younger, more recent draft picks. DeMarcus Lawrence (2014) is a star now Amari Cooper Jersey White , Byron Jones (2015) flourished in his first year at corner, and Leighton Vander Esch (2018) burst onto the scene, earning All-Pro honors his rookie season. This is a really talented group.But as good as they are, you don’t hear the Cowboys mentioned as one of the shutdown defenses in the league. And one of the reasons is that the Cowboys just don’t take the ball away very much. After finishing dead last in takeaways in 2015 with just 11, the team has been sitting in the middle of the pack with 20, 21, and 20 takeaways over the last three seasons. Some of this is just blind luck as you can’t always predict where the ball bounces, but for Dallas - they need to make their own luck. Part of that starts on offense to where they can get ahead early in the games and put pressure on their opponents. Those instances lead to added opportunity on defense. In 2014, when the offense was firing on all cylinders, the Cowboys defense finished second in the league with 31 takeaways.But part of it also capitalizing on mistakes. Defensive backs need to get their heads turned around to make a play on the ball. Jones, Chidobe Awuzie, and Anthony Brown were three of the best corners in terms of tight window percentage, and while the pass breakups are great - interceptions are even better.Shouldn’t be worried about: Jason GarrettThe Cowboys head coach is entering the last year of his contract and many are labeling this season as a “prove it or move on” type of season. If I had a nickel for every time I’ve heard people say that, I’d have a pretty good sack of nickels. Truth be told, every year is a year Garrett must demonstrate he’s the right coach. And considering he’s only had one losing season in his eight years as coach and has a pretty good résumé of winning in recent years - he must be doing something right.As successful as Garrett has been, everyone is waiting for his team to take the next step. The Cowboys have done a lot of remodeling in recent years and they’ve always had some area where there’s a big adjustment period. But this season is different. The team Garrett has built is manifesting nicely into talent across the board. He has this team the way he wants it, so now it’s time to deliver.If you don’t have much faith in Garrett as a head coach, then you’re probably foreseeing disappointment in the near future, but for those who believe in him - this could be the year more people start viewing him for the coach he is.Should be worried about: Kellen MooreThe Cowboys finally ripped the band aid off of what has been the Scott Linehan experiment. There were some good years, but the offense has struggled in recent years and it was time to make a change. And that change is 29-year-old Kellen Moore.Despite his lack of experience, Moore is very intelligent and has a great sense of what offenses can do. While many are hoping to see a lot of creativity added to the offense, the Cowboys should still do what they do, only it may look slightly different now. Expect more complex formations, a lot of shifts, and a greater attempt to give defenses different looks. This will remove some of the predictability that has plagued the Cowboys offense in year’s past.While there are reasons to be excited about the fresh new play calling of Moore, it’s important to remember that we are entering uncharted waters. We don’t know how this is all going to turn out. There is no guarantee this change is going to jump-start the offense. Fans will be holding their breath as we wait and see if this new offensive coordinator can resurrect the Cowboys offense. Fingers crossed.What are you worried about the most? What is something you think some are making a big deal about that doesn’t concern you very much? Let us know in the comments.
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