I'm Matt Williamson with er Barker to talk about the state of the Dallas Cowboys.
And right now I think there's a top Tier four teams in the NFL, the the Chiefs and Ravens in the A, F C and San Francisco and New Orleans in the NFC.
But if I were doing a power ranking, Dallas would be next on that list at number five.
The defense has some questions, and they lost a star like Byron Jones.
But I also think the defense of the Cowboys front seven has a chance to be pretty good, led by great linebacker play and DeMarcus Lawrence off the edge, thousands simply miserable on special teams last year.
And while that isn't necessarily what Mike McCarthy is known for, we have to expect an uptick there with a new head coach in town and hopefully more of an emphasis on special teams in general.
As importantly, though, McCarthy has shown he knows how to win games in the NFL level, particularly tight games.
We know special teams was a huge problem last year, but this is a team that won as many games they lost despite outscoring their opponents by 113 points in 2019.
If we were to reverse, the outcome of Dallas is one score games.
Last year, there had been a 13 and three football team.
So, but without question, the biggest reason for optimism is this offense.
They lost Travis Frederick, a great centre, but CD Lamb fell into the Cowboys lap in the middle of the first round, and I expect vows to use a lot of three wide receiver sets now.
No offense last year average more than the 6.
5 yards per play the Dow's produced play after play last season.
It's a huge number, and the offense might actually better this year.
The offense also who is also the second best in the NFL on third downs.
Some other numbers really stick out, though.
With the Dallas Cowboys, their opponents won just 47.
7% of their games last year, which is one of the weakest groups of opponents in the league.
The offense is that the House, the House face last year, were also one of the easiest groups in the league, and Dallas defense really struggled on first doubts.
However, the defense was quite strong in the red zone and on third downs.
Dallas had great injury luck, which probably won't repeat.
But that was also only allowed 23 sacks and then recorded 16 more sacks than they allowed last year's, which which is a very strong indicator of being a high quality team.
I'm strongly leaning towards picking the Cowboys toe win the NFC East, and again right now.
I think they're the fifth best team in the league.
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