5 Early Bold Predictions For The Dallas Cowboys In 2024

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The Dallas Cowboys are gearing up for another exciting season, and fans are eager to see what’s in store for America’s Team.

A lot is riding on the upcoming season for the Cowboys. Dak Prescott and Mike McCarthy’s future clearly is hanging in the balance. Jerry Jones will be forced to make changes if the team doesn’t live up to expectations.

With that being a legitimate fear for the current regime, it will be interesting to see how the team and coaching staff rises to the occasion.

As we look ahead to 2024, here are five bold predictions for the Cowboys.

Dak Prescott Will Have An MVP Season

Dak Prescott has consistently shown improvement over the years, and 2024 will be his best season yet. With a strong receiving corps and a solid running game, Prescott will lead the Cowboys to a big season, earning him the NFL MVP award.

His ability to extend plays with his legs and down the field will make him a nightmare for defenses to face. Expect Prescott to throw for over 4,500 yards and 30 touchdowns, while also rushing for five more touchdowns.

The Cowboys Will Win The NFC East

The NFC East is always competitive, but the Cowboys have the talent and depth to take the division title.

With a strong defense and an explosive offense, they’ll edge out their rivals and secure a first-round playoff bye. The Cowboys’ schedule sets up favorably, with key divisional games at home against the Eagles and Giants. Expect them to go 13-4 and win the division by at least two games.

CeeDee Lamb Will Be A Top-3 Receiver

CeeDee Lamb has already shown flashes of brilliance, and 2024 will be his biggest year yet.

With his speed, agility, and sure hands, he’ll be one of the top receivers in the NFL once again, earning a much-deserved Pro Bowl selection. Lamb’s chemistry with Prescott will be unstoppable, and he’ll haul in over 140 catches for 1,750 yards and 14 touchdowns.

Micah Parsons Will Win Defensive Player Of The Year

Micah Parsons is a force to be reckoned with on the defensive side of the ball. His speed, power, and instincts make him a dominant force each and every week, and he’ll take home the Defensive Player of the Year award.

Parsons will rack up over 85 total tackles, 15 sacks, and five forced fumbles, continuing to solidify himself as one of the best defensive players in the league.

The Cowboys Will Make A Deep Playoff Run

With their strong roster and favorable schedule, the Dallas Cowboys will make a deep playoff run, reaching at least the NFC Championship game.

They’ll face stiff competition, but their talent will carry them far. Expect them to win at least two playoff games, with their high-powered offense and stingy defense proving too much for their opponents.

Finally, the Cowboys are not going to flop come playoff time. Will it be enough to keep Jerry Jones from making some moves after the season? Only time will tell.

Additionally, the Cowboys’ special teams unit will be a major strength, with kicker Brett Maher and punter Bryan Anger both making the Pro Bowl. The team’s depth will also be a key factor, as they’ll be able to withstand injuries and maintain their level of play throughout the season.

There you have it – our five early bold predictions for the Dallas Cowboys in 2024. Will they come to fruition? We’ll have to wait and see, but one thing’s for sure: the Cowboys are poised for an exciting season. With the talent they have on the roster and a major chip on their shoulder from last season, they have all the ingredients to make a deep playoff run and potentially bring home the franchise’s sixth Super Bowl title.

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