Running Back (4):
With Ezekiel Elliott now in New England, the Cowboys will turn to Tony Pollard as their feature back. His primary backup could wind up being Deuce Vaughn, who has been solid in the preseason. He's proven to be well worth the sixth-round investment.
Behind him will be Rico Dowdle, who looks faster than ever. Dowdle has had some injuries in his career and Pollard is coming off a broken leg, so that leads to the Cowboys taking a fourth running back into the season. That winds up being Malik Davis, who edges out fullback Hunter Luepke despite a great effort from him against the Raiders.
Wide Receiver (6):
After struggling to move the ball through the air at times in 2022, the Cowboys went out and traded for Brandin Cooks from the Houston Texans. He joins CeeDee Lamb, who had a breakout season but very little help around him.
Cooks being on the roster means Michael Gallup will move to the third spot, which is where he's best suited. Fourth is Jalen Tolbert, who looks vastly improved this year.
Jalen Brooks, a seventh-round pick from South Carolina, and KaVontae Turpin round out the receiving corps. Brooks has the size this coaching staff likes but is a developmental player. Turpin is primarily a return man but there's an expectation that he will have a larger role in the offense this year.