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Dallas Cowboys: Trade Mike Jenkins for an offensive lineman?

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10:23 AM ET 09.26 | The Cowboys' offensive drought carried over from Week 2 to Week 3 for one main reason: their big men up front in the offensive line. Therefore, Tony Romo has been constantly scrambling to make plays. Since it's still early in the season, the Cowboys have time to make adjustments along the offensive line to give Romo more time in the pocket. Should the Cowboys look to trade Mike Jenkins for some help up front?

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September 26, 2012  12:39 PM ET

And we know "in the pocket" is where to be ?

September 26, 2012  12:48 PM ET

They need to bulk up and block somebody, Romo needs some breathing room!!!

September 26, 2012  12:59 PM ET

Jenkins sux

September 26, 2012  01:08 PM ET

Considering that they are being relegated to using Carr at safety...

No - they should not trade Jenkins.

September 26, 2012  02:13 PM ET

if things really get desperate, New England would be a good trade partner. They have sufficient depth on the line to give away one of their backup lineman+5/6th round pick for Jenkins.. CB is a position of need for the Pats, considering the propensity of McCourty to get flagged. Jenks will offer a reliable corner to complement the upgraded front 7 on the D..

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September 29, 2012  03:01 PM ET

Not a chance Cowboys will be fine the O line just needs to man up and ****ing block someone

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