I don’t know about you, but the Cowboys have been in a weird position with the 2016 season in mind.
There were a lot of injuries that put a damper on what could have been an explosive season, but then there was the whole “the bye year” thing, which is why we haven’t seen a lot from the Cowboys this year.
They have had a few bye weeks in recent years, and this year’s team looks like a much improved team.
I know, I know.
That said, it’s easy to forget that the Cowboys are a young team, and I can see why fans are worried about what will happen when the playoffs start.
I’m not sure how much of this is just the Cowboys having to focus on this week, and how much is the general feeling among players and coaches that the team is on the verge of a collapse.
If I’m a Cowboys fan, I’m really looking forward to the 2018 season.
So is it too early to start worrying about this team?
The Cowboys have one of the best defensive lines in the NFL, and they have a quarterback that’s one of my favorite quarterbacks in the league.
But this team also has a number of holes to fill, and the Cowboys’ offensive line is the biggest one to watch.
The biggest hole is at left tackle, where it appears to be a revolving door.
Dallas has a lot to work on, but they’re going to need some help to take the pressure off their quarterback.
The top four linemen are All-Pro defensive end David Irving, left tackle Tyron Smith, guard Ryan Clady and center Max Unger.
Irving is a very good left tackle.
He’s one the best in the game, and he’s been playing really well.
Smith is a versatile offensive lineman who can line up at either tackle or guard, which makes him an intriguing option at left guard.
Clady is one of those guards who can play at left defensive end, and Unger is a big-bodied guard who can also play either tackle position.
This is where Clady really stands out.
He has the speed to be an effective run blocker, and a powerful arm to take on blockers in the run game.
I can’t think of any guard in the entire NFL that can do all three of those things at the same time.
The other position is at right tackle.
It’s tough to gauge whether Irving is the best guard in this class, because he’s not as quick or strong as Smith or Clady, but he’s probably a better all-around player.
Unger has the ability to play either guard position, but I think that the most important attribute here is that he has a big body to play left tackle and a big arm to play right tackle, which allows him to play multiple positions.
That’s why he’s an intriguing addition to this team.
Now, let’s talk about the best players on the Cowboys.
Irving, Smith and Clady are the best offensive linemen in the country.
The three of them are all first-round picks in the 2017 NFL Draft.
Irving was the first overall pick.
He is a player who has had a breakout year this year, and that’s why teams were intrigued about his draft stock.
Smith, a sixth-round pick, is a guy who was a third-round choice last year.
Smith has a chance to become a top-10 pick this year and could be a top 10 player in the draft class of 2018.
Irving had a really good rookie season, and Clardy had a disappointing year.
But they all had big seasons for the Cowboys last year, so I think the fact that they’ve all been drafted ahead of Irving is an indication of what kind of talent they have.
That being said, Clady was just the third guard in Cowboys history to play in more than one Pro Bowl game.
It may seem strange to have four guards in the top five picks in a draft class, but that’s the kind of depth that will be needed to take advantage of Irving and Smith.
Clardy is a veteran player who can contribute at multiple positions, and Irving is another veteran who can be a starter at multiple spots.
The only player on this team that could be the next one to break out is Unger, who is also a veteran who has experience playing all three positions.
But I don.
I think this team needs a guy like that to step up.
There’s also a lot more talent at right guard than at left.
This group could be very good.
I just don’t see it right now.
I do see that Clady could be an excellent left tackle if he gets a big year from him, and if Smith gets a nice big year as well.
But there’s no guarantee that Clardy can be an all-star at all of those positions. I don