The Dallas Cowboys offseason largely focused on replacing defensive losses. Questions remain if they’ve resolved these glaring concerns.
Before getting into Dallas Cowboys talk I’d like to extend best wishes and prayers to those suffering from and lending help to damaged areas of Texas and Louisiana.
I was born and raised in the Golden Triangle and all of my family still resides in cities that are severely impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
The ongoing damage to the livelihood of so many fellow Texans is staggering, These good people badly need as much support as possible to help repair their lives.
I’d also like to specifically thank the Cowboys and Houston Texans for playing a proactive part in jump-starting the relief effort.
Make no mistake, every kind gesture no matter how small or what form it comes in, truly counts and means something to someone in a situation so dire.
Thank you to all those who have helped and will do so in the future.
Moving on to Dallas’ defense. Many fans remain skeptical the corrective off-season attempts have adequately plugged holes left by free agency.
The schedule is loaded with offensive firepower. Eight top 15 scoring offenses are in the cards. Five of those battles will oppose top 10 scoring units.
The best way to evaluate Dallas’ defensive progress is to analyze each position compared to last season’s 5th ranked scoring defense.