How wrong could we have been?
Last April, the Cowboys had a difficult problem to solve on their hands: which position do they address with their first pick of the 2018 NFL Draft? The need for a go-to receiver was evident, and the likes of Calvin Ridley of Alabama and D.J. Moore of Maryland were just two intriguing options on the board that teams felt were worth day-one selections. Giving Dak Prescott a new weapon to utilize along Ezekiel Elliott was certainly a tempting thought.
Offensive guard was also an area of concern: Jonathan Cooper had some nice moments in 2017, but the Cowboys watched him ink with the 49ers. Moving La’el Collins back inside wasn’t in serious consideration, so many pondered whether or not Dallas would grab a lineman on day one.

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