Victor Butler creates pressure for Cowboys

August, 20, 2012
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We've spent the entire offseason bemoaning the Dallas Cowboys' suspect pass rush and the inability of any player not named DeMarcus Ware to consistently sack the quarterback.

Finally, someone seems ready to join Ware as a player capable of consistently beating one-on-one blocking.

His name: Victor Butler.

He doesn't consistently hold the edge against the run, and he certainly isn't as productive on special teams as the coaching staff would like.

So what.

The dude knows how to rush the passer, and this defense isn't talented enough to keep a player with the 10-sack potential on the bench.

Read the full column here.
Jean-Jacques Taylor joined ESPNDallas.com in August 2011. A native of Dallas, Taylor spent the past 20 years writing for The Dallas Morning News, where he covered high schools sports, the Texas Rangers and spent 11 seasons covering the Dallas Cowboys before becoming a general columnist in 2006.

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