BTB Q&A: Post-draft, new inexperienced persons, and anything else you need!

Happy Hump Day, amigos. Hopefully, your week goes extraordinary.
Things have gotten a chunk loopy over the last few weeks and that’s gotten inside the way of our weekly ritual, BTB Q&As. Thankfully matters have settled down and we have back to the proverbial campfire for snacks and precise fun.
You recognize the drill. Drop your questions in the comments underneath and I’ll be around for approximately an hour to get to them (I’ll additionally circle lower back later inside the night to hit on those that came in later). Obviously, it is going without saying that we need to preserve things fun and properly-lively, but ask away in regards to any Cowboys concern you pick.
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Wendy Mckinney
Hipster-friendly twitter fanatic. Reader. Bacon trailblazer. Professional web expert. Food geek. Infuriatingly humble coffee ninja. Earned praised for my work donating mosquito repellent in Hanford, CA. Spent 2001-2006 developing strategies for frisbees in Bethesda, MD. Spent the better part of the 90's getting my feet wet with barbie dolls for farmers. Spent 2002-2010 developing strategies for tinker toys in Prescott, AZ. My current pet project is managing pond scum in the UK. Spent 2001-2007 consulting about robots for fun and profit.