Dallas Cowboys News: Off-Season Not Off to a Good Start for Bryant
The sport betting experts try to give Dallas Cowboys’ wide receiver Dez Bryant all the credit they can. When Bryant was having problems with hundreds of thousands of dollars in money owed for jewelry, the media made sure that it reported any of the payments Bryant made. It was expected that some of his teammates would talk to Bryant about his behavior off the field and how beneficial it can be to stay out of the limelight in the off-season. But if his teammates were talking, then Dez Bryant was not listening.
According to the price per head sports experts, Bryant was detained by police in Miami Beach after he got into yet another altercation with an unknown group. It is believed that the other party was part of a rap artist’s entourage, but no details have been released. The incident happened on January 15, and it could be evidence that Bryant has not learned how to control himself and still has a serious amount of growing up to do.
It has been reported that Dallas quarterback Tony Romo will pair up with Tiger Woods in an upcoming pro-am tournament on the PGA Tour. This announcement comes as the pay per head draft experts are starting to publicly wonder if the Cowboys should think about drafting a quarterback in the 2012 entry draft. Romo’s ability to win big games has been questioned for years and his dedication to the team has been questioned as he continually puts golf ahead of OTAs and other off-season activities. The Cowboys have not made any statements yet on what it intends to do in the draft, but the inability of Dallas to make it into the playoffs again this year makes fans wonder if Romo will be the scapegoat for the entire organization.
A bodog review of the Cowboys’ roster shows that, once again, the defensive secondary is a concern for the team. For the previous two years, the sports experts have been saying that the Cowboys need to either draft cornerbacks or pick some up in free agency. To this point, the Cowboys have done neither. But with new defensive coordinator Rob Ryan now calling the shots on defense, the Cowboys may not have any choice but to start picking up secondary players. Ryan’s scheme calls for the secondary to be active and make plays. The current Dallas secondary has shown repeatedly that it is unable to do that. The hope for Dallas fans is that he Cowboys will draft or pick up players that can execute Ryan’s scheme and get the Cowboys’ defense back on track.
The news was not all bad for the Cowboys’ defense in 2011. Whether you write a soccer blog or a football blog, you had to appreciate the season that Cowboys’ outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware had. The Pro Football Writers Association and the fans definitely noticed as Ware was voted into the Pro Bowl by the fans and he was placed on the All-NFL team by the Writers Association. Ware was one of the few bright spots in an otherwise perplexed Dallas defense. The problem for the Dallas defense was that it tried to use the wrong players for Rob Ryan’s system. The Cowboys will make roster changes to bring in players that Ryan needs. But it is expected that DeMarcus Ware will stay right where he is.