Dallas Cowboys’ 3 Biggest Weaknesses
The Dallas Cowboys’ three biggest weaknesses were identified recently by an ESPN analyst.
Louis Riddick appeared on SportsCenter this past week and pointed out three areas where the Cowboys needed to fix things.
“No. 1, what really kind of brought Dallas back and brought them into the national spotlight again was how they invested in their offensive line,” Riddick said.
“They can always use to really fortify the offensive line and get more depth and, who knows, maybe even get a starter out of this draft along the offensive line.”
That is just one problem. The second and third problems? The loss of Robert Quinn and the secondary.
“(No. 2), adding edge-rush capabilities to go along with Demarcus Lawrence on the defensive side of the ball to make up for the loss of Robert Quinn
“And then, obviously, (No. 3), in the secondary, you always need coverage players. When you lose a guy like Byron Jones to the Miami Dolphins via free agency — with the money he got, obviously, the market is telling you just how important corners are in today’s game.
“And it’s no different for Dallas. They should be looking for corner help up in this draft as well.”
Will the Cowboys be able to win a Super Bowl in 2020? Time will tell.