Monday, 13 April 2020

April 13, 2020
2020 Dallas Cowboys Preview

2019 Record: 8-8-0

2019 Ranks:

Scoring Offense: 6
Scoring Defense: 11
Total Offense: 1
Total Defense: 9 

2020 Draft

1 (17). CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma 2 (51). Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama 3 (82). Neville Gallimore, DT, Oklahoma 4 (123). Reggie Robinson II, CB, Tulsa 4 (146). Tyler Biadasz, C, Wisconsin 5 (179). Bradlee Anae, DE, Utah 7 (231). Ben DiNucci, QB, James Madison







Additions/players brought back:
QB Dak Prescott (exclusive franchise tag)
WR Amari Cooper (re-signed for five years, $100 million, $60 million guaranteed)
CB Anthony Brown (re-signed for three years, $15.5 million)
TE Blake Jarwin (re-signed for four years, $22 million)
LB Sean Lee (re-signed for one year, $4.5 million, $2 million guaranteed)
OL Joe Looney (re-signed)
DI Gerald McCoy (signed for three years, $18.3 million)
Kai Forbath (re-signed)
Darian Thompson (re-signed)
S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix (signed for one year, $4 million)
Losses:
CB Byron Jones
EDGE Robert Quinn
WR Randall Cobb
DI Maliek Collins
Jeff Heath
TE Jason Witten



2020:  The Cowboys remind me, on an annual basis, of.... at the risk of incurring the wrath of Cowboys fans .... the Browns.  Why?  Every year is the same.  It seems as if there are always huge off season signings, lofty predictions, and, in the end.... disappointment.  On paper, the 2019 Cowboys should have been legit Super Bowl contenders.  Will 2020 ba any different?  Maybe.  The draft looks, on paper, spectacular.  They were, as usual, busy in free agency, and most importantly, the MIke McCarthy era has begun.  As usual, the prognosis is high expectations; maybe for once the Cowboys will achieve them.

Projected 2020 Record: 11-5-0

Date TBALA Chargersat Los Angeles Chargers (Preseason)Dignity Health Sports Park, Carson, CA
Date TBABaltimore Ravens (Preseason)AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX
Date TBAKansas City Chiefs (Preseason)AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX
Thursday
Aug. 6
at Pittsburgh Steelers (Preseason)Tom Benson HOF Stadium, Canton, OH
Thursday
Sep. 3
at Houston Texans (Preseason)NRG Stadium, Houston, TX
Sunday
Sep. 13
at Los Angeles RamsLA Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, CA
Sunday
Sep. 20
Atlanta FalconsAT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX
Sunday
Sep. 27
at Seattle SeahawksCenturyLink Field, Seattle, WA
Sunday
Oct. 4
Cleveland BrownsAT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX
Sunday
Oct. 11
New York GiantsAT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX
Monday
Oct. 19
Arizona CardinalsAT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX
Sunday
Oct. 25
at Washington RedskinsFedExField, Landover, MD
Sunday
Nov. 1
at Philadelphia EaglesLincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA
Sunday
Nov. 8
Pittsburgh SteelersAT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX
Sunday
Nov. 15
BYE
Sunday
Nov. 22
at Minnesota VikingsU.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, MN
Thursday
Nov. 26
Washington RedskinsAT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX
Thursday
Dec. 3
at Baltimore RavensM&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD
Sunday
Dec. 13
at Cincinnati BengalsPaul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, OH
Sunday
Dec. 20
San Francisco 49ersAT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX
Sunday
Dec. 27
Philadelphia EaglesAT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX
Sunday
Jan. 3
at New York GiantsMetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ

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