Cowboys: 3 clear ways Dallas improved during the offseason

NFL Analysis Network

The Dallas Cowboys entered their bye week with a 4-3 record in 2019. This had them right in the mix in the NFC East with the Philadelphia Eagles. Dallas lost five of their final eight games including a 17-9 defeat in Philly. This left them at 8-8 and out of the postseason mix.

Entering the offseason, the Cowboys knew that they needed to improve and this is something they did in many ways. Dak Prescott signed his franchise tender that will pay him $31.4 million in 2020.

They also made some big additions in the draft, in free agency, and on the sidelines. Most recently, they signed Everson Griffen to a one-year deal, but prior, they had what was considered one of the most impressive draft hauls.

The NFC East could be Dallas’ to lose in 2020. It will be a two-team race once again between them and the Eagles. With the improvements made, the Cowboys will enter as the favorite.

With that being said, let’s take a look at three areas where they made the biggest improvement.

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  1. The Cowboys did not avoid using draft capital on the interior D Line. They drafted Gallimore in the 3rd round which was smart in that they now have a young, talented kid who can learn from McCoy & Poe.

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