Unless you live under a rock, you know one of the Cowboys’ main priorties this offseason is building the offense — and the team in general — around quarterback Dak Prescott. Prescott had the best rookie season by a signal-caller in NFL history during the 2016 season, but fell off a little bit last year once Ezekiel Elliott served his suspension and Tyron Smith went down with injury. The Cowboys still believe in their young quarterback, as evidenced by the team wanting to shift their offense to a Dak-friendly scheme.
With that said, the Cowboys need to find Dak another playmaker. Whatever your stance on Dez Bryant is, it is clear that the team needs for either him and Dak to get on the same page, or perhaps for the two to move their separate ways. Cole Beasley had a stellar 2016 campaign, but defenses were able to take him way in 2017.


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