• The Dallas Cowboys had one of the more productive offseasons in the league
  • Starting quarterback Dak Prescott is expected to propel the team to a better record this year
  • The Dallas Cowboys improved their offense with the addition of rookie wide receiver CeeDee Lamb 

The Dallas Cowboys are hailed to have one of the best offseasons in the NFL. The moves franchise executive Jerry Jones has done put the Cowboys in a much better position in the regular-season predictions.

One of the key highlights of the year includes how the Cowboys were able to deepen their roster even further. They’ve coupled high-quality signings with an impeccable performance in this year’s draft. This is evident in how they were able to get away with one of the most hyped players of this year’s class, CeeDee Lamb.

Coming out of the Oklahoma Sooners football program, Lamb is projected to become a star wide receiver in the league. The caliber of Lamb is scouted to be elite nobody expected him to drop as far off as 17th overall in the draft.

To add to these, the Cowboys now have more tools to improve their performance from last year. Their 2019 season had them in the middle of with an 8-8 record and was unable to qualify for the playoffs.

This year features new talent such as safety Ha’Sean Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, kicker Greg Zuerlein and defensive backs Daryl Worley and Maurice Canady. To top it all off, they were also able to sign Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton to a deal.

The presence of Dalton gives Dak Prescott a backup quarterback who can run the offense but understands his role to the team.

These new additions have altered the NFC East predictions and put the Cowboys in an improved final record. With the schedule of the season released, Blogging The Boys came up with the predictions of the upcoming regular season.

The Cowboys are forecasted to endure some losses throughout the year. But couple it with Prescott’s work ethic and the roster’s raw talent then the team is projected to have a 10-6 record. Having players like Dalton also gives an additional boost down the crucial stretch of the season with his veteran experience.

The season is looking to be an exciting one for the Cowboys as their revamped offense increases their chances this year. It’ll be interesting to see how their head coach Mike McCarthy takes advantage of his roster.

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Dak Prescott #4 and Ezekiel Elliott #21 of the Dallas Cowboys react after a Prescott touchdown late in the fourth quarter against the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Divisional Playoff game at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on January 12, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. Harry How/Getty Images