Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles duke it out for the NFC East

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Dallas Cowboys

2018 Record/Finish: 10-6, 2nd in NFC East
Offensive Ranks (2018): 22nd (scoring), 22nd (total yards), 23rd (passing), 10th (rushing)
Defensive Ranks (2018): 6th (scoring), 7th (total yards), 13th (passing), 5th (rushing)
Key offseason additions: WR Randall Cobb, DL Kerry Hyder
Key offseason losses: WR Cole Beasley, WR Allen Hurns
Key draft pick: RB Tony Pollard
Toughest multi-game stretch: Weeks 14-16 (at Chicago, vs. Los Angeles, at Philadelphia)
Vegas Over/Under for wins: 9
Projected 2019 record: 11-5

Are the Dallas Cowboys the best offensive team in the NFL? No.

Do they have the best defense in all of football? Nope.

They may not have the best offense or defense. They may not have a specific unit considered to be the best either.

What they do have is an absolutely complete team.

Quarterback Dak Prescott is a borderline top ten quarterback. Running back Ezekiel Elliott is one of the three best in the league. The Cowboys offensive line is top three as well.

Their defensive line, headlined by end DeMarcus Lawrence, is deep and talented. Dallas possesses one of the two or three best linebacking corps in the NFL, while their secondary is young, talented and eager to prove they belong.

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As long as Elliott is available for most of the year and their kicking game does not tank their season, this team is primed for a Super Bowl run. That run starts with back-to-back NFC East titles.