32-Year-Old Cornerback – Dallas Cowboys
2016 Fantasy Football Outlook
The ACL tear that cost Scandrick the entire 2015 season didn't get as much attention as some of the Cowboys' other injuries last year but it dealt a crippling blow to their secondary, as the 31-year-o...
2016 ADP: –
Bye Week: 7
Orlando Scandrick Contract Information:
Agreed to a restructured contract with the Cowboys in May of 2015. The deal runs through 2019.
Scandrick (foot) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Giants.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Scandrick took over a starting spot at cornerback for the Cowboys last season, recording 55 tackles, two INTs and a sack in 14 games. He's better suited to working out of the slot than on the outside however, and the addition of first-round pick Byron Jones as well as the potential return to health of Mo Claiborne should allow Scandrick to return inside. He'll miss the entire 2015 season after tearing his ACL and MCL during training camp
Scandrick surpassed Mo Claiborne on the depth chart last season, starting 15 games and putting up decent numbers (64 tackles, two INTs and two sacks). A healthy Claiborne could regain his starting role, so don't expect a repeat of that IDP performance, but even as the Cowboys' third corner Scandrick will be a valuable part of their secondary.
Veteran slot cornerback provides a steady inside presence for the Cowboys defense, but Scandrick has very limited IDP value.
"Backup" cornerback specializes in slot coverage, a role that gives him almost as many snaps as the starters given the number of three-wide sets around the NFL these days. Scandrick's steady, but he's not special.
Scandrick was a little more active out of the slot in the pass rush but otherwise his development seemed to stall, and the Cowboys will be looking for a better performance from him in 2011.
Taken in the fifth round in 2008 Scandrick proved to be a steal, matching first-round pick Mike Jenkins in performance. If Scandrick wins the competition for a starting spot between the two in camp, he has the skill set to be an IDP surprise.
Rookie will provide secondary and special teams depth if he sticks.