Grading the Dallas Cowboys Draft Class: Breaking down the picks

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ATLANTA, GA – JANUARY 08: Travon Diggs (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)

The Dallas Cowboys turned back the hands of time, producing one of the best NFL Draft classes we’ve seen in years. These players have All Pro written all over them.

I’m not sure if its 1992 or 2020, but I do know that the NFL was put on notice because the Dallas Cowboys had one of their best drafts in two decades.

And when I say two decades, I’m referring back to the Cowboys’ dynasty years of the early to mid 1990’s when they were winning Super Bowls in bunches.

No, I’m not saying this draft is better than those by no means, but what I’m saying is it’s the best one since then in terms of drafting pure talent and day one starters. This class has the potential to be all that and more in the coming years.

One day we may look back at this bunch of cornerstones with the same fondness and romanticism as we do those historic classes of the 90s. Only time will tell, of course, but the stage is set for some very good things down the road.

As the lead-up indicates, in my unbiased and humble opinion, the Dallas Cowboys EARNED an EASY A+ in the 2020 draft. I know, it’s easy to get caught up in the emotion of it all and exaggerate the awesomeness whilst swimming in the euphoria of the moment, so let me break the picks down on a micro level and show you this is no exaggeration at all.

Now, ladies and gentleman, let’s take a look at why America’s Team EARNED an A+ grade in the 2020 draft.

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