FRICO – The Dallas Cowboys’ defensive line problems appear even more severe now than they did a week ago after being easily defeated 31–10 by the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.
Dallas was prepared. Additionally, sources told us a week ago that it excluded trying to sign Ndamukong Suh off-the-couch. Let’s go back to this week.
Suh is back in the headlines, and in a way that links him to the ‘Boys, with Dallas defensive lineman Jonathan Hankins (high ankle injury) probably still sidelined.
Not because he’s going to The Star, anyway. Instead, he is in Miami in hopes of re-signing with the Dolphins, who coincidentally are the Dolphins’ hosts this Christmas weekend against the Cowboys. With veteran Carl Davis emerging from the practice squad and rookie Mazi Smith climbing the depth chart after playing against a Buffalo club that dominated Dallas, are the 10-4 Cowboys satisfied? The Cowboys say as much.
Suh, 36, is still a memorable name because he was one of the most destructive players of his generation and was previously selected second overall in the 2010 NFL Draft. He joined the Eagles late last season and participated in Super Bowl LVII.
Is it his scheme once more? Why not use his 313-pound, 6-4 frame to its full potential for a contender like the 10-4 Dolphins, one of his many previous employers, and rest it all year? In Miami, it appears that way.
It appears that the Cowboys will only be able to see him if they align themselves against him.