Cowboys Star Rookie Admits He “Doesn’t Even Like Football”: Should He Be Cut??

In a shocking revelation, Dallas Cowboys rookie Mazi Smith, a first-year nose tackle, has confessed that he is all about violence and doesn’t even like football.

Despite this admission, the Cowboys believe his aggressive attitude could be just what they need to bolster their defensive line.

In an interview with Mike Leslie of WFAA, Smith didn’t mince his words, saying, “I don’t do no talking. Nah, I’m trying to hit you. I don’t got nothing to say. I don’t even like football. I like hitting people.”

In other words, the answer to the “should he be cut” question should be a resounding NO. However, making a comment like this isn’t the brightest of ideas, no matter how true it might be. 

The Cowboys decision to draft Smith with the 26th overall pick raised some eyebrows, but the team sees his potential in transforming their defensive line.

Standing at an impressive 6 feet 3 inches and weighing 323 pounds, Smith has already drawn comparisons to the renowned Ndamukong Suh for his raw power and aggression.

Dallas has been struggling to defend against interior runs for some time, lacking a dominant presence in the middle. With Smith on board, they hope he can help absorb double teams, allowing the linebackers behind him to make crucial plays against the run.

His performance during his time at Michigan showcased his ability to disrupt the opponent’s running game, and the Cowboys are eager to see him bring the same tenacity to the pros.

Furthermore, the team believes Smith has the potential to develop into a formidable pass rusher, making him a player to keep an eye on in the upcoming season.

Despite his football potential, Smith’s off-field behavior has raised concerns. Last October, he found himself in trouble with the law after being stopped for speeding in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

During the stop, authorities discovered a concealed pistol in his possession, leading to charges of carrying a concealed weapon. Fortunately for Smith, the charges were reduced to carrying a loaded firearm in a motor vehicle, resulting in a guilty plea and dismissal of the initial count.

With his past behind him, Smith now has the opportunity to prove himself on the NFL stage. The Cowboys organization will undoubtedly keep a close eye on his development both on and off the field.

If he can harness his aggression and focus it on the football field, there’s no doubt that he could become a force to be reckoned with in the league.

In the bigger picture, do you think the Cowboys are legitimate Super Bowl contenders?

Or will Dak hold them back?