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Why the Dallas Cowboys Offense Will Take a Step Back in 2022

The Dallas Cowboys
the Pittsburgh Steelers
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Dak Prescott's
the Cincinnati Bengals
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NFC East
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the Philadelphia Eagles
the Arizona Cardinals

Cedrick Wilson Jr.
Amari Cooper
Dalton Schultz
Jerry Jones
James Washington
Michael Gallup
Jalen Tolbert
CeeDee Lamb
Ezekiel Elliott
Tony Pollard
La'el Collins
Connor Williams
Tyler Smith
2011—Tyron Smith
Travis Frederick
Zack Martin
Terence Steele
Julio Jones
Jarvis Landry
Duane Brown
Daryl Williams
Mike McCarthy
Kellen Moore


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the NFC Championship Game
Pro Bowl
the Week 7 bye

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He proved to be an invaluable depth option for the Cowboys, starting four of the 16 games he appeared in last year while securing 45 of his 61 targets for 602 yards and six touchdowns.The Miami Dolphins scooped the 26-year-old on a three-year deal worth a shade over $22 million.Amari Cooper, who tied tight end Dalton Schultz for both the second-most targets and most receiving touchdowns on the roster last year, was traded away for a meager fifth-round pick and a slight move up the board in the sixth round.While the move helped the Cowboys free up some cap space—Cooper had the highest salary of any wideout at $20 million last season, a contract that owner Jerry Jones thought was incongruent with his on-field production—the team still wasn't able to make any splashes on the open market this offseason.Dallas' free-agency pickups were mostly quiet signings that bolstered depth. He's on the wrong side of 30, however, and has plenty of tread worn off his tires after eight years in the league.The Cowboys still have enough cap room—Spotrac projects them to be $13.4 million under the cap right now—to boost the offense by adding another free agent, but the team is running out of time to find suitable talent.Veteran wideouts such as Julio Jones and Jarvis Landry are still looking for new homes this offseason, and they are players who could give Dallas some steady production at a relatively cheap price if they can stay healthy.There are also some proven offensive linemen such as Duane Brown and Daryl Williams on the open market, and they could provide insurance to the offensive trenches and bolster a line in transition.One of Dallas' main issues last year was consistency, especially late in the season.

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