1. CeeDee Lamb will lead the Cowboys in catches and receiving yards
Lamb’s talent jumps off the screen anytime the Cowboys are featured on television. It’s only a matter of time before he explodes to become one of the most dangerous wide receivers in the entire NFL.
It’s easy to believe that the 2021 campaign will be his breakout season. With all due respect to Amari Cooper, Lamb is the guy who strikes more fear in the heart of opposing defensive coordinators. He should translate some of his prodigious outstanding potential into production with a healthy Prescott throwing him passes.
The end result will see Lamb taking over the mantle as the team’s No. 1 wide receiver. He’s in line to lead the Cowboys in both receptions and passing yards in his second season as a professional. That reality might upset Cooper and his big contract, but it’s going to be viewed as a positive development by the Cowboys’ coaching staff.
Lamb hauled in 74 passes for 935 yards and five touchdowns last year but he’s going to pass the century mark for well over 1,000 yards this year. Double-digit touchdowns aren’t out of the question for the former Oklahoma standout. This is the year where Lamb becomes a superstar for the Cowboys.