The Dallas Cowboys are tired of being an average team hovering around the .500 mark. Their 2013 roster is built to win now.
Jerry Jones hasn’t had the success he’s accustomed to since the 1990s, but this could actually be the year Dallas makes a deep playoff run.
Despite moving to the 4-3 defensive scheme, the organization feels it will be better on that side of the ball. So far this preseason, the defense has showed it can cause turnovers, something it failed to do last year.
The offense appears to be stronger as well. Though still a big question mark, the line is revamped, while skill players like Dez Bryant look to be better than ever.
With a quality mix of young talent and veteran poise, the Cowboys’ starters this year have the potential to be great. Let’s take a look at what we can expect from each one.
All statistics via Pro Football Reference unless indicated otherwise.