The Dallas Cowboys Offseason
Best Move of the Offseason: Trading for Stephon Gilmore
The Dallas Cowboys came into the offseason with needs all over the roster that needed addressing and after years and years of bargain basement trades and deals that made little to know difference at times for this team, they go and do the unthinkable and make a significant trade early on that nobody saw coming in acquiring a future hall of fame cornerback that still has fuel left in his tank in Stephon Gilmore. Although they also stole Brandin Cooks from Houston for another handful of peanuts, Gilmore is a much more impactful and significant player and will put this immensely talented defense over the top in 2023 and give this team the potential shutdown cornerback it has been trying to get since Terrence Newman.
The Top Draft Target
Michael Mayer (TE) University of Notre Dame
The Dallas Cowboys have always been a team that prioritizes playmakers and big ugly's up front on offense and with the exiting of Dalton Schultz this offseason, tight end Michael would address both fronts for this team. He's one of the most balanced tight end prospects to come out of college that I have ever seen and his style of play is even reminiscent of former Cowboys great and future hall of famer Jason Witten.