Dallas Cowboys strengths and weaknesses for 2022 and beyond

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Dallas Cowboys needs assessment: OL

The Dallas Cowboys offensive line is another need. With the exception of Zack Martin, there are still some concerns with pass protection and a few spots that are not as solid as many have hoped.

In all fairness to the offensive line, they are much better at run blocking than they are at pass protection. The front office seems to want to be a run-heavy team, so perhaps they don’t need as much as I think they might. However, we do know the left guard spot is the big question mark going forward.

At LT, Tyron Smith had another injury, and while Tyler Smith might be the answer there, many think LG is the rookie’s more natural spot.

Terence Steele is another player whom many thought would be better than he has been. Some feel he is solid but others are ready to replace him in the next draft. Either way, depth at tackle as a whole is a question, and depending on what the Cowboys do with Tyron, they could be looking at depth issues.

Tyler Biadasz has been better this year, but his pass protection has been a little iffy. Center may be a smaller need, but Tyler has earned staying put for now.