Funny. Clearly your not a Cowboy fan so it clouds your thoughts. Pretty hard to determine a players potential before they take a snap in the NFL. With that its pretty strong to say they blew the pick. If in the next few years Elliott is a top 5 RB and returns the offense to 2014 form its hardly blowing it. Ramsey looks to be a great player too. But Dallas needed to put a top RB behind that OL before contracts split it up as much as a top DB. The RB helps crown the OL, reduces the QB hits and frees up the passing game. Ramsey may not have as big an impact in Jacksonville as Elliott will have in Dallas. We will see.........
Below, you can find various tidbits of NFL Draft rumors and information offered by Mike Mayock, Michael Lombardi and the rest of the Path to the Draft crew on the NFL Network. I posted these in my forum, but I thought it would be better to keep all the draft rumors together in this section. I'll be tweeting these during Path to the Draft at @walterfootball.
Mike Mayock: When I look at Robert Quinn, I see a 4-3 defensive end. He doesn't look like a natural pass dropper...
Mike Mayock: ...But DeMarcus Ware couldn't drop coming out of college either. 3-4 teams will look at him. I would bet on Robert Quinn.
Mike Mayock: In my opinion, Marvin Austin is back in the first round. I'll be really surprised if he doesn't go somewhere between 20-32
Mike Mayock: From a talent perspective, Greg Little is a 2nd-rounder. He's special after he catches the football, but route running is raw
Mike Mayock: I would bet on Kendric Burney in a Tampa-2 scheme. He makes plays on the football.
Mike Mayock: There's a quiet buzz out there about T.J. Yates as a late-round pick. He's a good, safe, late-round quarterback.
Michael Lombardi: Robert Quinn has certainly improved himself but he's not going to be appealing to a pure 3-4 team.
Michael Lombardi and Steve Wyche agree that Robert Quinn will not get out of the top 10.
Steve Wyche says he's hearing the same thing as Mike Mayock - that Marvin Austin will go in the first round.
D'Marco Farr: I don't think moving up is an option for the Rams. But if Julio Jones is there at No. 14, it's a no-brainer pick.
D'Marco Farr: If Aldon Smith is there at No. 14, he will garner a lot of talk in the Rams' war room.
D'Marco Farr: D'Marco Farr wouldn't rule out Mark Ingram at No. 14, but said it would be a "mild surprise."
Mike Mayock: Da'Quan Bowers is a 4-3 defensive end, probably not a 3-4 guy.
Mike Mayock: Robert Quinn at age 20 has untapped potential. Gun to the head today, I'm taking Quinn over Da'Quan Bowers.
Mike Mayock: Ben Ijalana can be a left tackle. He has a second-round grade, but there's some question about the injury.
Mike Mayock says Kyle Rudolph is late first-rounder, but even if he's healthy, injury history will keep him from going earlier.
Butch Davis compares Da'Quan Bowers to Michael Strahan; also says he's a 4-3 guy. Says Christian Ponder is a West Coast QB
Michael Lombardi: A lot of teams I've talked to are concerned about the longevity of Mark Ingram's knee. It could cause him to slip.
Steve Wyche: Mikel Leshoure is generating some buzz. He could be the type of player the Colts are looking for.
Charley Casserly: I don't think Seattle will take Jake Locker at No. 25.