3 worst moves the Cowboys will regret from 2023 offseason

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2. Ignoring offensive line depth

The Cowboys approach, or lack thereof, to improve the offensive line speaks volumes to how comfortable they are with the group.

Despite losing Connor McGovern to the Bills, they wait until the fifth-round to draft UNC product Asim Richards. Richards could develop into a starting guard, but there's a reason fans expected the team to make adding offensive line depth more of an emphasis this offseason, perhaps even earlier in the draft.

The (presumed) starting five of Tyron Smith, Tyler Smith, Tyler Biadasz, Zack Martin and Terence Steele is an elite combo. There's significant familiarity among the unit, but the options behind them leave something to be desired.

Essentially, Dallas is gambling on Matt Waletzko to become a viable swing tackle, Josh Ball to make a smooth transition to guard, and free agent pickup Chuma Edoga to stay healthy as a versatile backup after he missed most of 2022 with a knee injury.

Things will get pretty dicy if just one of the starting five goes down.