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Should Cowboys Consider FA Jason Pierre-Paul?

He's played in the for a while, but could be a Dallas Cowboy in 2020? After spending nine seasons with the , Pierre-Paul played two years with the . While his performance might've been overlooked to the Bucs' lack of success, the veteran pass rusher is still playing at a high level.

Things could change for the Cowboys in the upcoming season. was impressive in 2019 and was one of the biggest surprises in the NFL as he made his way to an NFL-leading Win Rate of 33% and 11.5 . Now, Quinn is set to hit and with a long to-do list, he's expected to at least get the opportunity to field offers from other teams.

That will turn into an important need for the . One particular I'm interested in is Jason Pierre-Paul. The former New York Giant could be a very solid option for Dallas.

How much will he cost, though? He's 31-years-old, he missed six games last season, has a serious hand we all know about and suffered a broken neck last .

In the last couple of seasons though, he's been productive. In 2019 he got to the opposing 8.5 times in just 10 games. He is far from the JPP that was seen as one of the NFL's finest at his position, but he can still be a weapon on any . He's an above-average pass rusher that can get to the next level in any given game.

Anything more than a one-year deal might seem like too much. He's not likely to get paid more than Quinn is, of course. If the Dallas Cowboys can get him for anything close to a one-year contract around $8M, it will all be about his chances of staying healthy. If he plays 12+ games, it's likely that he'll be worth it.

Mauricio Rodriguez
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I love to write, I love football and I love the Dallas Cowboys. I've been rooting for America's team all the way from Mexico ever since I can remember. If you want to talk football, I'm in... You'll find me at @MauNFL.

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VAM

If JPP’s price is reasonable, I think he would be a great pick up for Cowboys. Being a Cowboy fan, always remember him being a very good player for the Giants and pain in the neck (no pun intended) when we played them. Maybe a little older than you would prefer, but still seems to have gas left in the tank. Would also help when drafting, less pressure to draft that particular position.

leonard lemense

i think the dallas cowboys are going to have a very good year with maybe 12 wins and mike mcarthy coach of the year!

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