Dallas Cowboys: 5 Biggest disappointments this season

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5 Biggest Dallas Cowboys disappointments of 2021

Tyler Biadasz, C

Tyler Biadasz didn’t exactly hit the ground running this season as starting center for the Dallas Cowboys. He’s rated near the bottom of the league in pressures and has struggled with a handful of blitz and stunt situations that could have brought disastrous results.

Many expected the second-year center from Wisconsin to thrive this year playing between Zack Martin and Connor Williams. Martin is the best guard in the game and Williams (sans penalties) is a top-15 guard in his own right. It stands to reason anyone lining up between the pair is at a decided advantage. So his slow start was disappointing to many of us who had such high hopes heading into the year.

The good news is this seems to be changing. Comparing early 2021 Tyler Biadasz to the Tyler Biadasz of the last few weeks it’s almost night and day. Biadasz isn’t as consistent as we’d like but the kid is 23-years-old has just 12 career starts to his name. Let’s keep things in perspective here.

The way it looks, the Dallas Cowboys look wise for sticking with Tyler Biadasz this season. If things stay on their current track, Tyler may be a key asset to this Dallas O-line for the foreseeable future. With Connor Williams set to leave in 2022 and Connor McGovern slated to replace him, keeping Biadasz at center always made sense. It could pay off brilliantly for Dallas.

So while Biadasz has fallen short of expectations early, he’s also offered up reason for optimism. It’s nice to end the list on a high note, isn’t it?

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Who did we miss? Minus the injured players, who are your biggest disappointments this year Cowboys Nation?