The most pressing need entering the 2023 NFL Draft

In 2022, the Dallas Cowboys finished with a 12-5 record. The Cowboys received the fifth seed in the NFC playoffs despite having the fourth-best record in the league.

In the game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, quarterback Dak Prescott broke his thumb. He will miss time in the lineup for a while. Despite losing their star quarterback.

The Cowboys are losing two offensive pillars to free agency this summer. Tony Pollard, a running back, had a breakout year in '22. This summer, the club is expected to use the franchise tag on its top running back.

Dalton Schultz, a tight end, is another key free agent for them. A year ago, Dallas used the franchise tag on their star tight end. The veteran tight end's stats were lower than his breakout season of 2021.


When considering the Cowboys' salary cap predicament, it's clear that Schultz has already played his final game with the organisation.

Although Dallas used a draught selection on tight end Jake Ferguson last season, they shouldn't let that prevent them from selecting a top-tier tight end this year.

UTAH's Dalton Kincaid is a player that might be a target. In 2022, the standout tight end had 70 catches for 890 yards and eight touchdowns, all of which were career highs. 

The Cowboys' defence, in contrast to their offence, has a number of impending free agents. Lucky for us, none of them are essential to the operation of the whole. Many of their linebackers, meanwhile, will be free agents come next month.

Drew Sanders, a player for Arkansas, is a name to watch for the next draught. The former edge rusher for Alabama was a five-star prospect. Sanders played with the Crimson Tide for two years before transferring to the Arkansas Razorbacks in 2022.

In one season, he set career highs in tackles (103) and sacks (9.5). His 103 tackles and 9.5 sacks last year put him in the top five in the SEC.

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