Friday, September 14, 2012
Talent oozes from Cowboys' offense
By Tim MacMahon
IRVING, Texas -- Want good reason to hope that Jerry Jones' thirst for another guzzle of glory can be quenched this season?
Just look at the plethora of offensive playmakers on the Dallas Cowboys' payroll.
Tony Romo is a franchise quarterback playing the best football of his life. Jason Witten is a potential Hall of Fame tight end who continues to perform at a Pro Bowl level.
DeMarco Murray is an explosive, physical tailback capable of taking over games. Miles Austin is a receiver with a history of being a game-breaker, and Dez Bryant has more talent than any of them. Oh, and throw Kevin Ogletree in there for good measure after his breakout performance as the third receiver in the season-opening win over the defending Super Bowl champions.
It's the best bunch of skill players the Cowboys have featured since The Triplets & Co. celebrated three Super Bowl titles in a four-season span.
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