Kellen Moore – Randall Cobb, WR
When you talk about the Dallas Cowboys receivers the first two that come to mind are Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup. But the receiver that got the tough yards and showed up when they needed a big first down was Randall Cobb.
Cobb will also be able to help his fellow Cowboys receivers, as well as his offensive coordinator, get acclimated to new head coach Mike McCarthy’s west coast offensive scheme and terminology. Cobb spent the first eight years of his career with McCarthy racking up 470 catches for 5,524 yards and 41 touchdowns, big numbers for a slot receiver.
The Cowboys could essentially have another quarterback on the field that can also help Prescott execute McCarthy’s offense. Moore and Prescott can and will benefit from this move if Cobb comes back.
Jim Tomsula – Vic Beasley, DE
This choice might be a head-scratcher to some with Beasley being a 3-4 linebacker but the Dallas Cowboys could be losing defensive end Robert Quinn in free agency thanks to the season he had with the Cowboys and Tyrone Crawford is a potential roster casualty.
The reason that Beasley is an enticing option for Tomsula is his ability to cause problems with his speed off of the edge. Tomsula’s aggressive style fits perfectly with Beasley’s hunt the quarterback mentality. Just thinking about the paring of Beasley and Lawrence would make any Dallas Cowboys fan happy.