The Dallas Cowboys played host to the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, and most experts figured the Jaguars defense would do a number on a Cowboys offense that has been wildly inconsistent this season. However, these Cowboys came to play, and when all was said and done, Dallas had dropped 40 points on the Jags.
Pretty incredible, right, as the Cowboys have looked lost on offense this season, and really do not have a true weapon at the wide receiver position. That is where they should focus some of their attention this offseason, including during the 2019 NFL Draft, where they should use their top pick on that spot.
One player who should hear his name called early in round one is AJ Brown from Ole Miss, who is the kind of playmaker this franchise is missing. They have one of the best young running backs in the league in Ezekiel Elliott, and if they can give quarterback Dak Prescott a weapon like Brown, they should be loaded moving forward.
The NFC East is wide open this season, so it is very well possible the Cowboys come back and win the division. That would mean they are drafting way too late to get Brown, but if they do stumble, and he is available when pick, Jerry Jones may want to get that elite wideout he says the franchise has not had in years.