How is Brian Billick the ONLY person in the world that got our pick right???

Brian Billick is the only person who pegged us to pick Travis Freadrick, just not where we picked him. How is this the ONLY person in the world that got it right???


Updated Apr 21, 2013 11:04 AM ET

Dallas Cowboys
 Finished: 8-8
Drafting: No. 18 overall in the first round
Needs: OG, S, DL

Owner/general manager Jerry Jones has done two things this offseason that are different for what the Cowboys typically do after a disappointing season. He stuck with his coach Jason Garrett and did not try to win the NFL title in March. Not to say Jones is changing his ways, though. Cap restriction, with fellow NFC East cap cellmate Washington, hampered the Cowboys' efforts, forced the cutting of Dan Connor and Marcus Spears and left them unable to attract the big free-agent players that Dallas would typically make a splashy run for. Connor went to the rival NY Giants and Spears went to the Ravens, who rarely make a mistake in free agency.

Dallas has only been in the playoffs four of the last 13 years and has given controversial quarterback Tony Romo a mega-extension that signals its commitment to him as its leader. The firing of Rob Ryan was surprising and bringing famed coordinator Monte Kiffin back into the professional game seems to be Jones’ best effort at improving his team. This draft may supply solid depth, but lacks impact players that will likely change the Cowboys overnight. We may see Dallas move around the board trying to pick up more picks.

Dallas could address any of its needs with the 18th pick as it could use major upgrades along the interior of the offensive line and in the back half of the secondary. Kenny Vaccaro could be interesting at safety if still available at 18, although some don’t think he will last that long. But the thought of Morris Claiborne and Brandon Carr locking down at corner with Vaccaro roaming the deep middle has to be intriguing.

That would leave the Cowboys addressing the OL in the second round with prospects like Larry Warford from Kentucky being very much in play at pick No. 47. Warford isn’t the prospect that Chance Warmack and Jonathan Cooper are, but has a massive frame that moves with surprisingly quick feet and can be just as effective in the pass game as he is in the running game. If the 'Boys want to target a more versatile lineman that could also help them address their need at center, they would most likely target Travis Frederick, who played both guard and center during his time at Wisconsin. Much like former teammate Peter Konz is doing in Atlanta, Frederick could start at either position in the NFL.

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