The Dallas Cowboys will enter Training Camp as one of the favorites to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl. In fact, NFL.com lists the Cowboys as the third-best team in the conference behind the Philadelphia Eagles and San Francisco 49ers.
Dallas enters the year on offense with almost the same roster from a season ago -- minus key departures of Ezekiel Elliott and Dalton Schultz and a big addition in Brandin Cooks.
The Cowboys' wide receiver room last season was a weak spot for the team. At one point, they started CeeDee Lamb, Noah Brown, and Jalen Tolbert in a game. Even Michael Gallup didn't look like himself post-ACL injury.
As a result, Prescott had one of the worst seasons of his career. He threw for just 2,860 yards, 23 touchdowns, and a league-leading 15 interceptions. But 2023 should be a better year for the Cowboys' offense with Cooks' arrival.
As Dallas enters the season, Cooks, Gallup, and Lamb are the team's top three wide receiver options for Prescott.
Still, there's plenty of question marks at the wide receiver position. Let's get into it.