Found March 01, 2013 on The Penalty Flag:
The hiring of Monte Kiffin as the new defensive coordinator of the Dallas Cowboys will make the 2013 draft a historic event. Switching from the 3-4 base defense to the 4-3 Tampa 2 scheme is a big deal, because of the Cowboys commitment to the 3-4 for the last decade. The switch in philosophy will lead to players being cut, and players that normally wouldn’t be Cowboys to be drafted. That’s why we need to look at exactly what the Cowboys 2013 defensive draft needs will be; to see the areas where the Cowboys will need to make some personnel additions through the draft... Read more
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