Cowboys Mock Draft: Dallas Adds Dak Help

Cowboys Mock Draft: Dallas Adds Dak Help

Owner Jerry Jones of the Dallas Cowboys is left wondering what he needs to go over the hump as the team gets ready to

watch another Super Bowl on television. A few have mentioned Mike McCarthy, the head coach.

 Cowboys Mock Draft: Dallas Adds Dak Help
Cowboys Mock Draft: Dallas Adds Dak Help

There are many who criticize quarterback Dak Prescott. How about the offensive line, though?

With 40 sacks allowed in the regular season, the Cowboys tied for the 18th-highest total.

Prescott was downed four times in Dallas’ playoff loss to the Green Bay Packers.

The Cowboys’ offensive line could need some support, and Jones would give it according to NFL.

Com’s most recent mock draft, even though it’s not as urgent a problem as others.

Only a few days have passed since the conclusion of college football’s all-star circuit, and the Cowboys selected offensive lineman

Troy Fautanu of Washington at No. 24 overall in the latest projections. According to NFL.Com, Fautanu “may stay at tackle or

slide inside in the pros.” “If the Cowboys pick Fautanu and decide to move Tyler Smith to his natural left tackle spot,

they’ll have a left side that can protect Dak Prescott and move opponents in the run game.”

This season, the 6-4, 317-pound Fautanu, who started all 15 games at left tackle, was named to the first team of the

Pacific-12 and the third team of the AP All-American. Fautanu has made 33 starts in the last three seasons,

30 of those at left tackle. For the remaining three, he has kicked inside to left guard.

Fautanu, who turns 24 in October, won a number of awards this past season, including Washington’s John P.

Angel Offensive Power Player of the Year and the Morris Award, which is given to the PAC-12’s best offensive lineman annually.

The concept of moving Tyler Smith to left tackle becomes maybe the best option if the Cowboys don’t re-sign unrestricted free agent

Tyron Smith this spring. This creates an opening at left guard that Fautanu can fill.

With his stature, stylistic balance, and impressive background, Fautanu has the potential to restore the

Cowboys’ offensive line to its former glory and enhance Dallas’s chances of making the playoffs.

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