1. Dallas Cowboys
This should come as no surprise. The Cowboys brought back their entire offensive line from last season minus Connor McGovern and it could be even better in 2023. Tyron Smith and Terence Steele will be fully back from injury along with Zack Martin, Tyler Biadasz and All-Rookie team member Tyler Smith.
The line had a lot of schuffling going on in 2022. Tyron Smith was injured just a few days into training camp, thrusting Tyler Smith immediately into playing left tackle. When Steele tore his ACL and Tyron Smith returned late in the season, Smith played at right tackle for the first time in the pros. He held his own, but he belongs protecting Dak Prescott's blind side.
Martin continued to add to his Hall of Fame resumé by once again not missing a game and being named All-Pro and a Pro Bowler. Biadasz joined Martin in Las Vegas, being named to his first Pro Bowl as an alternate. Many questioned Biadasz's size coming out of Wisconsin paired with replacing Travis Frederick on arguably football's best offensive line. He has proved his worth and could make another leap in 2023.
If there is one weakness on this unit it is Tyler Smith. He had a good rookie season for being put out of position right from his first game, but can he avoid the sophomore slump in 2023? As long as Tyron Smith stays upright, Tyler is expected to play left guard this season. He proved his versatility which can do nothing but benefit him moving forward in his career, but can he hold up at one spot for the whole season?
Dallas has one of the best offensive lines in football heading into 2023 and as of now, it is hard to spot a serious weakness. Injuries can always happen and make teams adjust on the fly, but the Cowboys proved last season they can scuffle the line and maintain success.
With a completely healthy unit, this offense will be even better under a new offensive coordinator and play-caller. Dallas should be the favorites to win the NFC East this year.