As we race toward August, Footballguys.com will look at one team per day with our extremely in-depth Team Reports and our quick-hitting Team Mood and Players We're In and Out On, where we check out the overall mood of each team's offense and let you know the players we are in on (because they are great values at the cost it takes to acquire them) and who we're out on (because they are too expensive and won't have a good return on that investment).
Here are all of the Team Mood and Players We're In and Out On articles:
Arizona | Atlanta | Baltimore | Buffalo | Carolina | Chicago | Cincinnati | Cleveland | Dallas | Denver | Detroit | Green Bay | Houston | Indianapolis | Jacksonville | Kansas City | Las Vegas | LA Chargers | LA Rams | Miami | Minnesota | New England | New Orleans | NY Giants | NY Jets | Philadelphia | Pittsburgh | San Francisco | Seattle | Tampa Bay | Tennessee | Washington
Want a brief overview? Here it is:
Want a longer breakdown of how it's going in Dallas? Read on.
Dallas, Team Mood
- Good - 10
- Neutral - 5
- Bad - 0
Staffers in a Good Mood
- Jason Wood: Dallas has the league's No. 1 offense last year, despite perceptions to the contrary.
- Dave Kluge: This is a high-flying offense loaded with playmakers in a division chock full of lousy defenses.
- Jeff Haseley: Dak Prescott is another year removed from his ankle injury, CeeDee Lamb is on the verge of stardom, and the defense is playing well.
- Kevin Coleman: Dallas will be a top-five offense in 2022, and a fully healthy Dak Prescott, two years removed from his ankle injury, can lead this team to the playoffs.
- Andy Hicks: Dallas has years of a proven track record, as does Mike McCarthy. In this division, they look like the class.
- Craig Lakins: When things are clicking Dak Prescott and the Cowboys, this is a hard offense to stop. There seems to be a lot of confidence coming out of Dallas right now.
- Jordan McNamara: You can quibble around the edges on coaching staff or roster-building decisions, but Dallas led the league in offense in 2021. I think they are in the right direction.
- Ryan Weisse: They lost Amari Cooper, but Ceedee Lamb seems ready to be the No. 1. The offense as a whole is full of talent, and they should score a lot of points.
- Jonathan Morris: Despite the loss of Amari Cooper, I still love the dynamic pieces in play for this offense.
- Zareh Kantzabedian: Kellen Moore is still the Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator and he's produced a top-five offense each year he has been there.
Staffers in a Neutral Mood
- Sam Wagman: The Cowboys lost multiple offensive weapons this offseason and the once fearsome offensive line has looked better. Can the newcomers pick up the slack?
- Phil Alexander: Being neutral isn't a bad thing for one of the league's best offenses.
- Jeff Bell: Dallas led the NFL at 30.4 points per game. This offense remains a target, though they have seen offensive line attrition.
- Christian Williams: Losing Amari Cooper may be manageable, but new faces on the offensive line could create issues Dallas hasn't faced in quite some time.
Staffers in a Bad Mood
Players We're In On at Cost
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