The last month has not been kind to the 2008 draft class for the Dallas Cowboys.
The team cut Tashard Choice, who was the fourth-round pick that year. Many would like to see Dallas rid itself of Martellus Bennett, who has managed only nine receptions this year and who has not been a big factor in the running game as a blocker.
Felix Jones may have lost his starting job for good to DeMarco Murray. Mike Jenkins has been out as well, and though he’s been missed more than Jones, it is more because the team’s reserve corners have sometimes struggled than because of Jenkins’ play earlier this year.
Orlando Scandrick had an interception vs. Washington on Sunday, but he was also called for holding on a key third-down play late in the game.
The remaining player was linebacker Erik Walden, who has become a starter with the Packers this year.
So this class may not be as bad as the 2009 draft, but it may turn out to be a bust. What do you think?