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The Cowboys may be getting crafty with their well-experienced veteran.
The Dallas Cowboys have quite the problem on their hands. A good problem to be clear. While the immediate focus is always the next opponent who the Cowboys will be facing (this week it is the New York Giants), there are always variables and factors swirling in the ether. One of this week’s specials off of the menu is the subject of Jason Peters and where the team should play him when he ultimately returns.
The Cowboys signed Peters the week that the regular season began. This was almost two weeks after Tyron Smith’s potentially season-ending hamstring injury so the conventional wisdom was that Peters would play at left tackle (not to mention his immense experience at the position).