Dallas Cowboys Draft Analysis: Who Will Be the New Sheriff in Town?

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Published: April 7, 2009

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... spurn their ways, they will need to fill some spots through the draft. Without a first round pick, the Cowboys have to hope to bring a new sheriff to town with the 51st  pick (second round).

Tank Johnson was a flop so they will look to improve the defensive line with either Everette Brown (the Defensive End from Florida State) or Evander Hood (DT from Missouri).

Brown, who recorded 13.5 sacks last year, plays with intensity on every play, and ran under a 4.7. He could be a early pick, but may fall into the Cowboys' laps because he is undersized as an end (standing at 6’2”, 270 lbs). Hood could also fill an interior need for the Cowboys; he has decent speed and size for a DT (6’3”, 300 lbs) so he could be a good pick up in the second round.

The 69th pick also goes to the Cowboys, who could grab a WR to complement Roy Williams (WR) or a safety to fill the void from the loss of SS Roy Williams. Louis Murphy, WR from Florida, could give th...

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