The Dallas Cowboys have the best offense from top to bottom in the NFL.
The Dallas Cowboys are going to score. Often.
Every part of the Cowboys’ offense is, at the very worst, above average. With running back Ezekiel Elliott rushing for 100-yard games consistently, Dallas can boast having arguably the best back in football given his complete set of skills.
The Dallas Cowboys have studs at every offensive position.
In addition to Elliott and Tony Pollard in the backfield, a three-headed monster of Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup, and CeeDee Lamb is nothing short of a nightmare for opposing defensive coordinators. While Cooper and Gallup both topped 1,000 yards last year, the latter was considered by some the best receiver in the 2020 draft before slipping to Dallas at pick No. 17. Even Blake Jarwin is a serviceable tight end.
Their offensive line remains elite, as it can still lay claim to arguably the best left tackle and right guard in football in Tyron Smith and Zack Martin, respectively. Their coaching is top-notch, as Kellen Moore is one of the hottest young coordinators in football helping Dallas average 431 yards per game last year in his first season on the job.
The quarterback making everything run smoothly is Dak Prescott. While the daily discourse of how good he truly is and how much money he deserves can be nauseating, what can’t be argued is the fact that he almost threw for 5,000 yards last year while tossing 30 touchdowns, establishing himself as one of the league’s top 10 quarterbacks.
If the Philadelphia Eagles want to snatch the NFC East away from the Cowboys, they will need to withstand a few broadsides from the league’s best offense.