3. Turnover along the offensive line
The Cowboys offensive line didn't enjoy much continuity in 2022. Tyron Smith went down during training camp and then Terence Steele was lost for the season in December just as Smith was ramping up his return ot the field.
Now that everyone looks to be on track to start this season, the Cowboys need to make sure they aren't putting their starters in harms way. They are going to get their reps together during practice so there's no need to have them on the field during preseason games for more than a series or two at the most.
If the expected starters stay healthy and Zack Martin returns after his contract holdout, Dallas will have power on the outside and inside at both guard positions. That will come in handy protecting Prescott but also opening running lanes for Pollard and company in the running game.
If Prescott and Parsons are at the top of the list in terms of injuries that absolutely cannot happen, then the offensive line is a close second. The team can't afford to have any of them go down.