A Scouts Perspective Ep.1: Byron Jones and Chaz Green

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A Scouts Perspective is Your Daily Cowboys Football Fix’ brand new Radio Talk Show. It is hosted by our in-house scout, Mike Ray.

A Scouts Perspective: Byron Jones and Chaz Green

In our ongoing effort to provide the premier Cowboys’ fan experience, we wanted to be able to offer comprehensive coverage of the Dallas Cowboys, their opponents, their players, the NFL Draft as a whole and on potential draft prospects for the Cowboys. A Scouts Perspective will give you a unique insight on all things football.

In the first episode of A Scouts Perspective, Mike does a brief recap of the Cowboys vs Panthers match-up. He will break down development of the team looking toward next year. Where Dallas is slotted in the Draft at 3-8 and what players need snaps looking toward next season. He gives an in depth analysis of some of the current players on the roster to include Byron Jones and Chaz Green among other topics.

A Scouts Perspective episode two will air Tuesday December, 8th 2015 at 9:00 pm Eastern Standard Time and will run until 9:30 pm Eastern Standard Time. If you would like to call in a question or comment during the live show, you can do so by calling Mike on the studio line at  (516) 453-9178  at any time between nine and nine-thirty.

You can catch the live show by going to A Scouts Perspective.

In the next episode of A Scouts Perspective, Mike will talk about who played well, who stunk and prepare the case for a new QB to take over the Dallas offense.

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  • Californy

    Im commenting without listening to the show.  When  do the Cowboys say Goodbye to a player Like Hardy.  If he is making 13 Million this year, how much more will he make if he enter the FA market.  If we can cut him when we are officially eliminated we can save a lot of money base on the games played on his contract

  • Californy

    I think Byron Jones look better as a Zone CB and a safety than he is as a slot CB.

  • Californy

    Mo for me is suspect, most player usually have their best year in their contract year.  I rather they chase the team win than the dollars bills on their contract.  For me I would let Mo Claiborne walk.

  • Californy

    I look at team like Seattle and Carolina as team as getting good player later in the draft at Norman in Carolina

  • Californy

    I look at team like Seattle and Carolina as team as getting good player later in the draft at Norman in Carolina

  • Californy

    I wished you would talk about a player like Jack Crawford.  In his limited snaps he is tied for 2rd in the team in Sack.  Im not saying he is great but he surely gets you more bang for the buck at his position

  • Californy

    I disagree with your assessment of Chip Kelly he has actually had his team in competition in all of his year he been in the NFL.  Despite their record. they still are in competition even in his worst season yet.

  • Californy

    Cleveland downfall is they have a worst GM even than what we have in JJ.  They got rid of a DC and OC when they finished in the top 11 in their ranking for the year

  • Californy

    I believe Callaghan was the better Offensive coach we had last year.  This is just another of  JJ missed this year.
    It makes no sense having Danny McCray on the team if he doesnt play special team in games.  Our blocking TE hasn’t even made it off the bench, another player we should not of drafted.

  • Californy

    I believe Callaghan was the better Offensive coach we had last year.  This is just another of  JJ missed this year.
    It makes no sense having Danny McCray on the team if he doesnt play special team in games.  Our blocking TE hasn’t even made it off the bench, another player we should not of drafted.

  • gcarr1213

    Californy I’ve seen Byron play slot CB, he’s solid in that role. He needs to be relegated to FS, SS, and slot CB. Playing him outside is not working to his strengths.

  • gcarr1213

    Californy Only to be fair, not making excuses for him, this is also the first season in which he has been relatively healthy. I wouldn’t resign him either, unless for a minimum deal, and even then I look to see what else is out there.

  • gcarr1213

    Californy Kelly is a fool to believe you can run an up tempo offense all game long. I don’t like him, and only a foolish coach would hurt his defense by continuing to run an up tempo offense even if it’s not working.

  • gcarr1213 Californy I agree 100% Hey Gabe do you want to be a guest on the show sometime?

  • gcarr1213 Californy excellent point