It’s been a complete 180 for the Dallas Cowboys this season, as they turned their dreadful 2020 campaign into a dominant showing so far, 7 weeks into the 2021 NFL season. The Boys sit at 5-1, comfortably in front of each of the other 3 NFC East teams, and have not lost since a Week 1 battle that came down to the final seconds.

For that reason, Dallas would have a good shot at winning it all if they look to go all-in on their shot at a Super Bowl this year. With arguably the league’s best offense, and a defensive infrastuture that’s built for takeaways (see Diggs, Trevon), all the Cowboys need is consistent discipline and interior pressure to take the leap to the next level of dominance.

As the New England Patriots showed in the last game Dallas played, the Cowboys are still vulnerable on defense. Damien Harris and Rhamondre Stevenson gashed them on the ground to the tune of 124 yards and 2 touchdowns on 24 carries, while Mac Jones put up 229 yards and 2 touchdowns on 15/21 passing. As they couldn’t get any push at the point of attack, and were vulnerable outside of Trevon Diggs’ in coverage, it became evident that Dallas is in need of more D-line depth and a better No. 2 corner.