FRISCO - Coming off a disappointing 6-10 campaign in 2020, there is still reason to be optimistic and excited about the upcoming Dallas Cowboys season. And the reason for such optimism is the offense, led by returning starting quarterback Dak Prescott.
Let’s grade each offensive position group: offensive line, tight end, wide receiver, running back, and of course, quarterback.
Several factors are considered including injury history, especially recent in some groups, assumed talent level with each player in the position group, and of course, historical performance.
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Are the wide receivers to be feared more than this running back corps? Do the tight ends receive a higher grade than the offensive line? Does Dak's injury from last season affect the quarterback group's overall grade for this year?
What’s the grade each position group earned? Let’s discuss!
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