2. Dak Prescott Will Step Up
To be honest, I'm not really sure what went wrong with Prescott last year. He missed some time early in the season, which probably threw off his timing and made it harder for him to get back in an offensive rhythm. He also missed Amari Cooper, I suspect.
Still, he clearly wasn't making good decisions based on those 15 interceptions, which tied for the NFL lead even though he only played 12 games.
I don't think that happens again, though. Dak is better than that, and he has a big contract to prove it. Better healthy will obviously go a long way towards improved performance in 2023, as will the addition of Brandin Cooks. The Cowboys will probably air it out a bit more without needing to feed Ezekiel Elliott, either, which should help Prescott get more reps and stay in the flow of the game.
I'm not necessarily saying Prescott will have a career year or anything like that, but he should be better than last year and might even be an MVP candidate, which will translate to more wins for Dallas.