The Dallas Cowboys are well into training camp in Oxnard and everyone is interested in if this team will take a step forward in 2023. Before things get serious, the team has three preseason games to evaluate talent. The Cowboys open the preseason on Aug. 12th against the Jacksonville Jaguars on their home turf at AT&T Stadium.
Preseason is a time when fans and experts can look forward to seeing football again, but be met with underwhelming results. The preseason is more of a time for coaches to take a look at talent not necessarily try their hardest to win these games. The games are often highlighted by rookies making their first NFL appearances and players no one has ever heard of fighting for roster spots.
Dallas has some new faces on offense and defense, but is bringing back virtually all of their core starters. That means guys like Dak Prescott, CeeDee Lamb and Micah Parsons will more than likely not play a down of preseason football.
The coaches already know enough about them, but not rookies or backups on the lower end of the roster. However, these three projected starters could use a good amount of preseason snaps.