Ranking the top 3 offenses the Cowboys will face this upcoming season

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2. Buffalo Bills

The Cowboys haven't faced the Bills since Thanksgiving Day in 2019. Josh Allen was just in his second season at the time and Stefon Diggs was still with the Minnesota Vikings. Buffalo won that game 26-15.

Four years later, Dallas will face a developed and superstar quarterback in Allen, a wide receiver duo of Diggs and Gabe Davis that has the speed on the outside, and a tight end duo of Dawson Knox and Dalton Kincaid that has the potential to cause headaches for defenses and an explosive back in James Cook.

Though a daunting matchup, the Cowboys definitely have their own star power on defense to contain Buffalo's offense.

Trevon Diggs will face his brother for the first time in his career and Stephon Gilmore should help contain Diggs or Davis on the outside. Leighton Vander Esch or even rookie DeMarvion Overshown, a great coverage linebacker, could man up against Knox, and DaRon Bland could guard Kincaid in the slot.

There's no doubt the Bills have an elite offense. They averaged 27.7 points per game last season and had eight games over 30 team points with Allen at the helm.

Buffalo's Pro Bowl signal-caller threw for 4,283 yards and 35 touchdowns last season, while also running for 762 yards and seven touchdowns. Facing a dual-threat quarterback is hard to defend, but Quinn will have his defense ready in Week 15 in the cold.