2. An Equipped and Angered Offensive Line
Despite all the polls and accolades the offensive line received in 2015, there’s an inking the squad left a little meat on the bone.
That is about to change in 2016.
With four of the five lineman graded in as first round talents, the super team is coming in one year more experienced and strengthened.
Offensive guard La’el Collins is coming off a rookie year where he had some splashes.
Collins also figures to head into 2016 as the unquestioned starter.
The offensive line makes everyone better.
This includes the running back.
It especially means the quarterback, too.
Not only will the strong line engineer more time in the backfield for Romo to dissect and manipulate defenses, the fab five will keep him upright and healthy as the 16-game season wears on.
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