Dallas Cowboys 53-man roster prediction (post-OTA edition) V2.0

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Dallas Cowboys Offensive Line

Offensive Line (10): Tyron Smith, La’el Collins, Zach Martin, Connor Williams, Tyler Biadasz, Connor McGregor, Matt Farniok, Ty Nsekhe, Josh Ball, Terence Steele

The starters are pretty obvious here so we won’t waste much time discussing them. La’el and Tyron are both looking great and ready to hit the ground running. Tyler Biadasz is hoping to take the next step in his development as well. And Zack Martin is the best of the bunch.

There are some who think Connor Williams is a bum but they obviously haven’t spent much time watching other NFL offensive lines because most of the league would kill to have Williams on their roster.

Connor McGovern is the primary interior reserve this season and will back up both guard and center in 2021. He’s not very threatening to Connor Williams but is the favorite to take the job over for Williams when Williams leaves in 2022 (Dallas won’t be able to afford Williams).

I’m thinking the Dallas Cowboys still like Steele as a prospect and will find a way to keep him around in 2021. Josh Ball is being groomed as a starter so he’ll spend time working behind the veterans as well.

The biggest surprise here is the rookie Matt Farniok getting a roster spot over the veteran Brandon Knight. Farniok is a supremely gifted interior player who’s earning reps at center this offseason. With that OC/OG position flex, he’s a nice piece to keep around and develop.