3. Luke Schoonmaker
Expectations are high whenever a player is drafted in the second round and that was the case for Luke Schoonmaker, who the Cowboys drafted 58th overall back in April.
Schoonmaker was seen as one of the best tight end prospects in this year's class after a productive senior year at Michigan. Not only did he prove that he could come up with big plays and score the ball, but he also showed that he was a more-than-capable run blocker.
While he's only a rookie and could improve, it's safe to say that the 25-year-old has left much to be desired.
For starters, Schoonmaker has shown inconsistencies on offense. He's only caught one of six targets thrown his way for a goal-line touchdown, dropping two of the passes sent his way. And while a foot injury over the summer could be a reason behind his slow start, it's safe to say Dallas fans expected more — especially in our high-powered offense.
Schoonmaker also hasn't had the same blocking success that he did in college, constantly letting defenders get by him. His overall poor play has resulted in a 40.7 grade on Pro Football Focus, ranking third-worst among 68 qualified TEs.
Do I think Schoonmaker is a bust? Not yet, but it's clear that he might not be ready for the role he's in. He needs to step things up to prove that he isn't a liability and that he's capable of finishing the year as the Cowboys' TE2.