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Week 4 Changes Dallas Cowboys Should Stick With Moving Forward

Minor changes the Dallas Cowboys should stick with moving forward.

Whether true or not, it seems as if the Dallas Cowboys have been sitting on their hands through the first four weeks of the 2020 season. We really haven’t seen many noticeable changes or adjustments, but there were a few in Week 4 against the Cleveland Browns they should seriously consider sticking with moving forward.

I’m probably pointing out the obvious, but there were a few minor changes made last week that I believe could benefit the Dallas Cowboys as the season progresses. There are of course other moves I would like them to make both internally and externally, but that’s a topic for discussion best saved for another time. For today, let’s take a look at the changes I hope they stick with moving forward…

C Tyler Biadasz

Joe Looney’s unfortunate knee injury will likely sideline him for several weeks and quite possibly land him on injured reserve. Fortunately, Tyler Biadasz stepped in for him as the starting center and didn’t miss a beat. The Dallas Cowboys don’t have many options besides Biadasz, but thankfully they don’t need any. He played just as well as Looney, if not better. This is one minor change the Cowboys shouldn’t have to worry about moving forward. He should anchor the middle of the offensive line for years to come.

RT Brandon Knight

Hopefully the Dallas Cowboys have put an end to the Terance Steele experiment as their starting right tackle this season. In time and with more development he could turn into a starting caliber player, but he’s unfortunately a liability right now. Thankfully though Brandon Knight proved he’s more than capable of handling the job. He may not be La’el Collins good, but he’s the best option the Cowboys have right now. He filled in well at LT as an injury replacement for Tyron Smith and will now need to do the same at RT for Collins.

S Donovan Wilson

Donovan Wilson replaced Darian Thompson early in Week 4 against the Cleveland Browns and ended up playing 93.3% of the defensive snaps. There’s no way of knowing if the Dallas Cowboys will stick with Wilson as the starter opposite Xavier Woods or not, but I believe he deserves the opportunity considering the way Thompson has played this season. This is one change I’ve been hoping for for a while now and one I hope continues until he proves he’s not up to the job. Unless the Cowboys sign someone this week, I fully expect to see Donovan Wilson remain the starter.

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Brian Martin

Written by Brian Martin

Level C2/C3 quadriplegic. College graduate with a bachelors degree in sports and health sciences-concentration sports management. Sports enthusiast. Dallas Cowboys fanatic. Lover of life with a glass half-full point of view.


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  1. I agree with with all of those moves!! I’ve been calling for Brandon Knight to play RT since the first game of the season, and Tyler Biadasz has played better than I thought he would this early in the season!! And I’m happy with Donovan Wilson playing safety for now, I’ve been wanting him to play since last season and as long as he plays better than Darian Thompson (which shouldn’t be hard to do) then I see him staying on the field!! But I still think we need to sign some better players like Eric Reid and Earl Thomas, cause Xavier Woods hasn’t been doing too good either!! And I agree with the comment above, we need to at the very least bench Dontari Poe, he’s been nothing but a disappointment, it’s looking like we should’ve signed “Snacks” Harrison instead, and he’s still a free agent right now, so it’s not too late to get him!! There’s other moves we need to make, but I’ll stick with these 4 for now!!

  2. As fans, we were so excited about what I heard TV announcers call “the vaunted Dallas defensive line.” Aldon Smith has been great but what the heck has happened when Cleveland is able to rush for 320 yards? Is getting Randy Gregory back going to significantly change this? Defensive Ends have to set the edge and the big guys in the middle have to play their gaps, push the pocket and plug the run. What the heck is going on? Why are we having the Browns, of all teams with an injured 1st string running back, run the ball down our throats?

  3. I always liked D Wilson for his playing making ability. I guess with the secondary being in disarray they wanted to go with the more experienced Thompson. Too bad it took him sucking so bad to give Wilson a chance. This team is lacking at so many positions its mind boggling. So much promise at the beginning. Not sure how it got to this point so fast.

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