Dallas Cowboys: 3 potential mistakes in 2020 NFL Draft

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Travis Frederick, Dallas Cowboys
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3. Center of attention

Travis Frederick is gone. Tyron Smith turns 30 in December. Running back Ezekiel Elliott is earning $15 million a season. Amari Cooper got his big payday and eventually, so will Dak Prescott.

The Dallas Cowboys must have an insurance policy for their best insurance policy: the offensive line. To protect the new triplets, who are commanding top dollar in Dallas, the Cowboys must add depth on the offensive line in the 2020 NFL Draft.

The Cowboys are built through a strong running attack, which has proven to be a formidable vaccine for the defense. We’ve seen the trouble Dak Prescott lands in when the offensive line isn’t up to par. Just plug out Tyron Smith at the tackle position and you’ll know what I mean.

The Cowboys lost a potential Hall of Fame player in Travis Frederick at the center position. On top of that, Dallas needs to add depth in case of injury on the front line.

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Should the Dallas Cowboys fail to spend resources on their greatest strengths at the front wall, the ‘Boys will have a messy blueprint to deploy the triplets.