Dallas Cowboys Final 7-Round 2015 NFL Mock Draft

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<p>Let me first get off by saying that I’m against the Cowboys using a draft pick on a quarterback. Don’t get me wrong, Brandon Weeden showed in his lone start in 2014 why he is incapable of starting in case Tony Romo gets injured.</p> <p>However, Dustin Vaughan, who was the third-string quarterback last year, is a guy the Cowboys are extremely high on. Despite that, the Cowboys flew up to Oregon State to workout Sean Mannion. It should also be said that Jason Garrett’s brother was the offensive coordinator for Mannion at Oregon State.</p> <p>At the collegiate level, Mannion was the signal-caller in a pro-style NFL offense. At 6-foot-5, 205 pounds, Mannion has the size scouts love for a quarterback, but his technique and his deep-ball accuracy need a ton of refinement. Throughout the pre-draft process, the Cowboys have been big fans of Mannion, Garrett Grayson, and Chris Bonner. If the Cowboys realistically draft Romo’s successor in this draft class, my belief is that the Cowboys will use a middle-round pick on Mannion at some point on Day 3.</p>. QB. Oregon State. Sean Mannion. 5. player. 123

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