This offseason the Cowboys bolstered what is arguably the league’s best offensive line by selecting Connor Williams in the second round of the draft.
The move gives Dallas five premiere talents all across the offensive line, surely enough to make them the best in most people’s eyes. As it turns out, Pro Football Focus is not most people.
PFF does a lot of great work that people either totally agree with or can’t stand at all (this largely depends on if they agree with the work). On Thursday they released their offensive line rankings entering 2018, and Dallas came in second.

2017 season-end rank: 4th (+2)
The great NFC East debate rages on with the Cowboys once again playing second fiddle. The three All-Pros aren’t enough to fill the two holes at left guard and right tackle – although those could be getting sealed this season.

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