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18. Ken Hamlin: 82.3 (B-)

Missed just four tackles all season to record lowest missed tackle-percentage in secondary

19.  RT Doug Free:  80.6 (B-)

Will utilize athleticism at left tackle, but 4.54 yards-per-rush behind him last season much too low for right tackle

T20.  Jason Hatcher 80.2 (B-)

Could see greatest leap forward in production in 2010 as he garnered 17 quarterback pressures last season despite recording only one sack

T20.  Marcus Spears 80.2 (B-)

Run-stuffer who will likely be out of Dallas in 2011

22.  TE Martellus Bennett:  80.0 (B-)

Quietly one of the team’s better blockers, but needs to increase his 51.7% completion percentage on balls thrown his way

23.  Stephen Bowen 79.8 (C+)

Led all ends in sack and quarterback hit rate

24.  RT Marc Colombo:  79.4 (C+)

Gave up highest percentage of quarterback hits (by far) and largest percentage of negative runs (by far)

25. Alan Ball: 78.3 (C+)

Solid against the pass, but missed nearly one-fourth of all tackles attempted

26.  TE John Phillips:  78.0 (C+)

Nice rookie season, but must improve as a blocker, particularly out of fullback position (only 3.7 yards-per-rush when in game)

27. RB Marion Barber:  77.2 (C+)

Name in red due to projected lack of production, not efficiency in 2010–should improve with less touches

28.  WR Patrick Crayton:  77.0 (C+)

Reliable player who lacks explosiveness–could be on another team in 2010

29. Orlando Scandrick: 76.6 (C)

One of the most-targeted cornerbacks in the league (13.91 percent of snaps), will improve vastly in 2010

30.  Victor Butler:  76.0 (C)

Showed flashes but must drastically improve run defense to become a more complete player

31.  Gerald Sensabaugh: 75.7 (C)

Missed twice as many tackles as Hamlin and allowed 67.4 percent completion percentage

32.  LT Flozell Adams:  73.4 (C-)

Still a good run blocker, but led team in sacks, pressures, and penalties

33.  Junior Siavii 71.0 (C-)

Recorded zero sacks or quarterback hits in limited action

34.  Bobby Carpenter:  69.4 (D+)

Horrible 18.4 missed tackle percentage was 5.4 times that of James

35.  WR Roy Williams:  67.4 (D+)

Only 46.2% of targets ended in completion, but he will improve in 2010



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    I strained my eyeballs looking at those cheerleaders. Is this available in HD? (3D?)

  2. Haha we are working on both. Your 3D glasses will be in the mail soon.

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