Evan Silva was much harder on America's Team in this year's draft, handing it a D grade. He even went so far to say that "It would be difficult to say with any confidence that Dallas' lineup improved with this draft."
Silva might have written big words in his piece against the Cowboys' efforts, but he's right. Drafting Gavin Escobar seemed unnecessary after drafting James Hanna last season and Joseph Randle is no stud at running back.
The Cowboys did a terrible job of addressing needs and found a way to botch their first-round pick. Travis Frederick might fill a need, but if it was such a big one, then the team shouldn't have kept Phil Costa on the roster and traded for Ryan Cook last year.
Silva might have been harsh with the Cowboys, but it's hard to argue against him.