Offensive Line (9):
If there's any real criticism for Dallas this offseason, it has to be their continued inattention to the offensive line. That might feel weird to say given the presence of three players who were added in the first round. While it's true that Tyron Smith, Zack Martin, and Tyler Smith are all very talented, the real issue has been depth.
Tyron Smith has been injury prone for roughly eight years and the Cowboys suddenly stopped worrying about reserve tackles last year. That burnt them and then they went too far the other way with this insane plan to bench Terence Steele who has been better than both Smiths as of late.
Dallas might not be able to pull off this flawed plan though due to their depth. Without a legit replacement for Connor McGovern, Tyler Smith will likely have to play guard (until Tryon Smith goes down again).
From there, the question becomes what they do to replace him. Tyler Smith could go to left tackle, and he would be better than Chuma Edoga. The only other options are rookie Asim Richards who was a late-round pick and is moving from tackle to guard. There's also Matt Farinok who will be the primary reserve guard and center.
Matt Waletzko makes the roster as well, beating out Josh Ball. That could change if Ball plays well at guard, as he's possibly moving from the outside since there's some over-crowding there to counterbalance the under-crowding at guard.