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: 6’3”Weight: 229 lbs2018 stat line: 12 games Cheap Josh Rosen Jersey , 114 tackles, 22 tackles for loss, 5 sacks, 1 fumble recovery, 2 interceptions, 4 passes defensedThe Cowboys strong defensive showing in 2018 was largely spurred on by their young, dynamic duo at linebacker with Leighton Vander Esch and Jaylon Smith, but the linebacker corps could become bare after those two. Sean Lee is taking time to think about his future and if he’ll continue to play, and Damien Wilson is a pending free agent who could move on to greener pastures. That leaves Joe Thomas and Chris Covington as the only other linebackers under contract, although Justin March-Lillard is a restricted free agent that could be retained for a cheap price. Regardless of what happens with JML, though, the Cowboys are likely to try and find a linebacker who can provide good depth and contribute on special teams. There are several mid-to-later round options in this draft, but any list of such candidates should start with Utah’s Chase Hansen. The Utes fielded a top 25 defense in 2018 and boasted one of the nation’s best red zone defenses, and a lot of that was due to Hansen. The senior led his team in solo tackles and tackles for loss, and frequently functioned as a one-man wrecking crew against the run. His relatively small size has afforded him better burst than most at this level, and he is able to fly around the field and move from sideline to sideline with ease. Because he’s just under 230 pounds, Hansen struggles in taking on blockers directly and doesn’t do a good job of using his hands to disengage, but he rarely took on blockers straight up. He often used his size to his advantage and would slip between players and did a good job of that to get through to the ball-carrier. When he does get to the ball-carrier Cheap Christian Kirk Jersey , Hansen is not the most technically sound tackler out there but he’s effective in making the stop. Whereas the Cowboys watched Smith routinely use sheer strength to knock the runners back and Vander Esch wrapped up players with ease, Hansen tries to grab players and pull them to the ground. Hand measurements at either the combine or his pro day will determine how effective that method can be at the next level, but at Utah he was a good tackler who rarely missed. Hansen was a safety when he first came to Utah and he played a hybrid role in his sophomore and junior year before fully committing to the linebacker role in 2018. As such, his coverage skills are impressive for a linebacker. While he’s not big enough to go up against offensive linemen, Hansen has good size for sticking with receivers and tight ends in man coverage. He is probably more effective in zone coverage, though, and this is where he uses his burst to full advantage. Hansen does a good job of reading an offense and keying on where the ball is going. It’s why he had so many tackles for loss, and a lot of those were against screen passes which he excelled at blowing up. The biggest knock on Hansen will be his size, which is why a productive linebacker like him will fall to the mid-to-later rounds for a team like Dallas to snatch him up. But Hansen has the range and IQ to fit in well as a depth player at WILL linebacker in this scheme and possibly even contributing as a MIKE linebacker on passing downs. He’d provide good depth, but Hansen’s immediate value to the Cowboys would be as a special teamer, where his ability to slide past blockers and make tackles in the open field would help out. If the Cowboys really do end up losing both Wilson and Lee, they’ll likely look to free agency to find a reliable linebacker for their base packages, but Hansen would provide great depth and special teams value, and could even play in some base packages depending on how well he absorbs the playbook. The Dallas Cowboys are a young team and the future is promising for this group. One of the reasons for this is the fact that the front office continues to draft well and cycle in quality young players on cheap rookie deals. The 2018 draft was no different as they got significant contribution from their new rookies. But just how well did they do? If we go by the approximate values assigned to players, this new crop of rookies did pretty well. Recently, our own One Cool Customer provided a complete list of AV numbers for our 2018 Cowboys. As OCC explains, approximate value was developed by Pro Football Reference and is designed to provide a value to a player for that season. The 2018 numbers have now been updated. Let’s review the Cowboys draft picks through the first four rounds and see how they did.Round 1 - Leighton Vander EschBy now, we all know the Vander Esch pick was a great decision. But just how great was it? Let’s re-do the top 18 picks of the draft based on AV scores:We don’t need AV to tell us LVE was a great pick www.dallascowboysteamonline.com , but this is just another metric that confirms what we already knew. Based on approximate value, the Cowboys picked the fourth best player in the draft. As great as Vander Esch is, an argument can be made that the Cowboys drafted the wrong linebacker. Darius Leonard had a fantastic season, recording a league-high 163 tackles. And if you’re looking for an explanation for the resurgence of the Indianapolis Colts season, it wasn’t just blind Luck. Great drafting had a lot to do with it as they grabbed the two best players in the draft based on AV scores.I doubt Cowboys fans are having any regrets about the Vander Esch kid. He’s only the fourth Cowboys player to earn All-Pro honors (second team) his rookie season (third in the last five years) and the first ever on defense. This kid’s future is bright. We wrote about him plenty here at BTB and he was our first-round choice to cure our offseason blues:For those who were high on Derwin James, DaRon Payne, D.J. Moore, Will Hernandez, and Calvin Ridley - good job. Those guys all had good rookie seasons and showed why teams were interested in them, but Vander Esch still remains the cream of the crop.Verdict: Outstanding pick!Props to the BTB community for their contribution helping us configure our 2018 Draft Big Board. Saquon Barkley and Quenton Nelson were no. 1 and 2 on our draft board. Well done.Round 2 - Connor WilliamsIt’s been a tough season for the Cowboys new left guard as injuries have both caused him to lose his starting job as well as re-gain it. He showed improvement and should only get better with more practice. While there were some painful moments, the Texas product should be a regular fixture in the offensive line going forward. Gaining a starter is always good, but did the Cowboys grab the right player at 50?According to AV scores, Williams tied for 36th with a value of five. That’s 14 points higher than where he was drafted. Williams was the 18th pick made in the second round, but only five players selected ahead of him ended up with a higher AV score (Darius Leonard, Will Hernandez, Nick Chubb, Braden Smith, and James Daniels). That’s pretty good. And if you look as some possible candidates that were taken after Williams who scored better Dallas Cowboys T-Shirt , you won’t find a long list. Fred Warner had a better year and was high on our draft board, but taking him in the second round was too early for our tastes. Plus, after taking Vander Esch in the first round, doubling up on Warner wouldn’t be the way to go. Props to our own Dave Halprin and OCC who chose Justin Reid for their second-round pick during one of our mini-mock exercises. B.J. Hill was also high on our board and would’ve provided some extra help on the interior defensive line.One guy who didn’t outperform Williams was Dallas Geodert who the Philadelphia Eagles were so worried about the Cowboys taking that they traded up to jump ahead of the Cowboys.Verdict: Good pickRound 3 - Michael GallupThe Cowboys continued to get great value with their third-round pick as Michael Gallup finished 30 spots higher than when he was selected. His AV score matched second-round receivers Christian Kirk and Anthony Miller.Gallup finished the season with 33 catches for 507 yards, but really came on as the season progressed. He looks like he’ll be a great addition to this wide receiving group for the future.Were there some other players better at that spot? Maybe, but even in hindsight it’s hard to get yourself to change your mind. Tight end Mark Andrews would certainly help that position group. Josey Jewell was great value for the Denver Broncos in the fourth round, but he wouldn’t have made much sense after Dallas already took Vander Esch.Gallup looks like the right pick then and the right pick now.Verdict: Good pickRound 4 - Dorance ArmstrongWhile it caught many Cowboys fans off guard, the war room was extremely excited when Kansas’ pass rusher Dorance Armstrong was available in the fourth round. The rookie was active in all but one game this season, but only played in 273 defensive snaps (26%). It was a learning year for Armstrong, but even with limited action he had a solid AV score. He ranked 91st, which is still 25 spots ahead of his draft position.Both Tre Flowers and Maurice Hurst had great seasons and play a position that would’ve helped the Cowboys defense, but there aren’t that many players who would have ended up being the better choice at this spot.Verdict: Solid choiceRound 4 - Dalton SchultzThe Cowboys waited until the fourth round to throw a draft pick at the tight end position and they found a solid player in Dalton Schultz. The Stanford rookie played in 380 offensive snaps this season (28%) and had 12 catches for 116 yards. He hauled in 70% of his targets.The Cowboys are still trying to figure out their tight end situation since Jason Witten retired and they are using a committee to supplement his production. The trio of Geoff Swaim, Blake Jarwin, and Schultz did a nice job helping out. You could start to see the improvement of Schultz the more reps he got.Yes, there were a few players who scored higher, but Schultz still comes in ranked higher than his draft position.Verdict: Solid pickThis was a very good draft for the Cowboys. Being able to get good value after the first round is something they’ve gotten better at recently and it’s helped them build this roster. That’s a good thing too because they won’t have a first-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. But don’t fret, this team has shown they can still pluck quality players from the draft. nflshopoutlet.com

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