The Dallas Cowboys haven’t won a playoff game since the late 90?s, and each year they wilt under the expectations of past success.
Part of the Cowboys struggles has been their inability to be consistent with player personnel and failures in the draft. A former Cowboys scout recently has talked about those inconsistencies.
Bryan Broaddus discussed with the Dallas Morning News how the Cowboys blew a chance to draft star running back LeSean Shady McCoy in 2009, by simply passing on him.
If you go back to the 2009 draft, they sat there and they had LeSean McCoy with a first-round grade,” Broaddus said during a radio interview last week on KRLD-FM, according to The Dallas Morning News. “The problem was, they weren’t willing to take LeSean McCoy. That’s the issue. Don’t window-dress your board. They’re sitting there in the second round and they’ve got LeSean McCoy with a first-round grade on their board. That’s value. They did it (got it right) withSean Lee, they did it with Bruce Carter.