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Fact or fiction: 5 theories why the Cowboys defensive tackle position continues to be a weakness

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The Cowboys weakest link is their interior defensive line, but why has this been such a problem for them over the years?

Defensive tackle is a position of concern for the Dallas Cowboys. Their best player is Osa Odighizuw who is in the last year of his rookie contract. They recently made a huge investment in Mazi Smith, but after an underwhelming rookie season, people have slowed their roll on that one. After those two, it gets worse. Veteran Carl Davis, second-year player Viliami Fehoko, and rookie Justin Rogers have a combined 30 defensive snaps between them in Dallas. This position group remains a weakness for the Cowboys' defense, but why is this always an issue year after year?

There are a lot of theories as to why this is, and today we’re going to run through them. Some of them have merit, others, not so much, so we thought this would be a good time to play a little fact or fiction.

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