5 most dangerous rushing attacks the Cowboys will face in 2023

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5. Seattle Seahawks

You may not believe the Seahawks should be on this list but if there's one thing you need to remember about that under head coach Pete Carroll, his teams are built to run the football. They've had to deal with a bad offensive line the last few years but after investing in their offensive line this team that last year backed into the playoffs is poised to be a thorn in a lot of teams' side this season.

That investment along with the production of then-rookie Kenneth Walker III who rushed for over 1,000 yards and an average of 4.6 yards per carry will see this team get better. They also added another top rookie running back in Zach Charbonnet, who now gives Seattle a nice one-two punch out of the backfield.

You also have to factor in the fact that this team has not one, but two 1,000-yard receivers that will open things up for Walker III. Something teams have had quite a bit of success doing against the Cowboys is get them to focus on the threat on the outside, spread them out and then attack up the middle. That's the post Dallas is most vulnerable at this point.