Dallas Cowboys: Fans disturbed about Kellen Moore should see that …

Newy Scruggs, sports anchor during NBC5 in Dallas-Fort Worth (KXAS-TV) and radio horde weekly from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on NBC Sports Radio Sirius XM 213/202 and NBCSportsRadio.com, answered your questions Wednesday. Here are some highlights:

Question: Do we like Kellen Moore? With Dak in Year 2, should a Cowboys feel good though a Romo-sized confidence blanket?

Scruggs: Kellen Moore is fine. He knows a offense and many in a classification consider he will be a manager one day.

It’s May. Things can change by Jul and August.

I know people wish a Cowboys to have a tip backup prepared to go, though it’s not easy to find players who wish to come to Dallas and take $775,000 to behind adult a Pro Bowler like Prescott. Moore is doing that.

Look around a NFL and we will see many teams don’t have a good backup conditions behind a Pro Bowl starting quarterback.

Question: Which member of a Cowboys’ breeze category creates a biggest impact this season?

Scruggs: we unequivocally consider dilemma Jourdan Lewis can be a large assistance for a Cowboys’ invulnerability this year. He was comparison as the best defensive behind in a Big Ten final year and that is high regard deliberation a higher-drafted defensive backs from Ohio State in a 2017 NFL breeze class.

Question: What’s your biggest regard per a Cowboys’ O-line?

Scruggs: we was never a large fan of Doug Free, so we demeanour brazen to saying if La’el Collins or Chaz Green can take over a right tackle position in 2017.

If Jonathan Cooper can play guard, afterwards a Cowboys could have Collins or Green during right tackle and be fine.

When Green was healthy and filled in for Tyron Smith he did only fine.

Green told me final week in a locker room he was healthy and feeling fine.

Question: What do we know about this 6-10 Dan Skipper man a Cowboys only signed?

Scruggs: I saw him over a weekend and he is TALL.

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