Here is my genuine Dallas Cowboys' NFL Draft strategy

Actions speak louder than words Jerral Wayne Jones

Barry Gipson


Will Jimmy Johnson’s addition to Jerral’s advisory board lead to the next great trade robbery? Will Derrick Henry wear a Star on his helmet this season? Who will perform at Super Bowl 59’s halftime show? All those questions answered below and more.

Same Ole BG

The NFL Scouting Combine is a week away. I wanted to share my draft strategy with you today which I’m thinking the Dallas Cowboys may take. In addition how Jerral’s definition of “ALL IN” and mine are Ginuwinely different. It’s in his genes, not mine.

During Super Bowl 58, everyone was caught up with Usher storming the stage on a nostalgic halftime run down memory lane. Meanwhile, news broke shortly after the BIG GAME that Jimmy Johnson had been added to Jerral’s advisory board. Interesting.

I’m so anxious about this upcoming NFL draft. It’s our year until it ain't. Remember that Cowboys fans. Same ole BG. A new year is upon us. Imagine the Dallas Cowboys in New Orleans next February battling the Kansas City Chiefs. Who would Star during the halftime show?

Before we get there we have a few short-term goals to achieve in the process this off-season. After the NFL Scouting Combine, we usher in “Free Agency Frenzy” in mid-March. Ultimately heading into Detroit for the draft. Will the ‘Draft Whisprer” rebound from last year's draft?

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Super Bowl 59 will be held at Caesars Superdome in New Orleans next February. If the Cowboys are going to get into position, this off-season and regular season will make the difference. We have many free agents hitting the market like RB Tony Pollard to name one.

The Cowboys have the 24th pick in the first round of this April's draft. After nose-diving on our first-round pick last year on Mazi Smith I think this year we see Jerral and McClay go offensive line. I don't doubt that they get very offensive in the draft. Maybe even an RB in there somewhere.



Barry Gipson

A Father, Dallas Cowboys fan, and veteran sharing advice and more for the '24 NFL season. A pivot in content.