4 burning questions for the Dallas Cowboys entering the NFL Draft

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The Dallas Cowboys and Jerry Jones have been busy this offseason trying to build a team that can compete for a Super Bowl in 2020. While they have made a lot of moves, there are still quite a few things that the team has to figure out in order to make sure they are ready to compete.

So far this offseason, a few major moves have been made. Among them are the franchise tag used on quarterback Dak Prescott, the massive five-year, $100 million contract for wide receiver Amari Cooper, the signings of Gerald McCoy and Dontari Poe to beef up the defensive end, adding safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, and signing kicker Greg Zuerlein.

As we stated, Dallas has been busy this offseason. Another big move was made prior to the start of the offseason with the move to relieve Jason Garrett of his duties as head coach and the decision to bring in Super Bowl winning head coach Mike McCarthy.

Every move that has been made has been made to move the Cowboys closer to a championship. After failing to make the playoffs in 2019, Jones has had enough.

All of that being said, let’s take a look at the four burning questions the Cowboys are facing looking ahead to the 2020 NFL Draft.

2 Comments

  1. Liked the article. I think that number 17 pick is going to be huge. There are needs all over but I can’t shake the feeling that they need the best safety on the board. A real playmaker that we haven’t seen there in so many years. Certainly, they have some short term positions addressed through free agency, particularly if Aldon gets reinstated and can pick up where he left off. I’m done with Randy Gregory. He can’t seem to stay off the seed and he really hasn’t shown anything when he did play so defensive end might be a real need it not addressed with a stud athlete who is not North of 30 years old. I can’t wait to see who they take!

  2. I think the Cowboys will go with the DE out of LSU. Henderson probably won’t be there and they can address that position in the 2nd ed. Pass rushers is a bigger need, and there isn’t that many elite ones in this draft.

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