Each round of the draft should offer up options at the wide receiver position, but when is the best time to strike?
The Dallas Cowboys wide receiver group of Dez Bryant, Terrance Williams, Cole Beasley, Brice Butler, and Ryan Switzer should be ready to go for the 2019 seas...hold on a sec, let me hit refresh.
The Dallas Cowboys wide receiver group of Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup, Randall Cobb, Allen Hurns, and Tavon Austin should be ready to go for the 2019 season. It’s quite a different cast of characters as none of these players were on the team prior to last season. The team has overhauled the entire position group in just one year, but is the remodeling project complete? The Cowboys may choose to add more talent through the draft if the right guy falls to them. Collecting talent is the name of the game and wide receiver shouldn’t be off the table even if they feel good about their current players. Last year, the team got an excellent deal on Michael Gallup when he was still available in the third round, and they also got great value later in the draft with Cedrick Wilson when he was selected 208th overall.