3. Junior Fehoko
Dallas' pure defensive domination against the Giants showcased their playmakers at every position. The pass rush, in particular, flexed its muscles to kick off 2023.
The Cowboys wreaked havoc off the edge versus New York, racking up a whopping 7 sacks in Week 1 and causing the Giants to lose nearly 50 yards on those plays. They also added another 12 QB hits last Sunday, making Daniel Jones' life a living nightmare.
Now this group is set to draw another vulnerable New York-based O-line. The Jets' Swiss cheese-like front five allowed pressure early and often on Monday night, which unfortunately played a part in Rodgers' injury. These struggles aren't going away anytime soon, especially since they'll be adjusting to a new quarterback behind them.
That means Dallas can plan to run things back and expect great results, which leaves Junior Fehoko likely riding the pine once again. Dan Quinn's pass rush simply didn't miss the fourth-round pick in Week 1 considering their abundance of veteran depth that's ready to contribute at a moment's notice.
Instead, Fehoko can focus on continuing his development and learning from the players in front of him on the depth chart.