18. Dallas Cowboys   What’s New in 2019: Kellen Moore at OC might be of the most intriguing developments around the league, he desperately needs to inject a bit of mystery into what has become a predictable and stale offense. Randall Cobb comes over from Green Bay to replace the departed Cole Beasley in the slot, Jason Witten's miserable commentary career came to a short end and has re-joined the team and a third veteran in Robert Quinn was signed to help the pass-rush opposite Demarcus Lawrence. A quiet draft class with no 1st round selection was signed, headlined by 2nd rounder Trysten Hill.  Roster Strengths: Offensive Line – Still the hallmark of this team, even if its dominance isn’t quite what it was at its peak. The return of Travis Frederick is a huge boost if he can get back to his old self, even if Joe Looney was far from a failure in filling in last year. There are a few questions at left guard and right tackle, but it’s an All Pro line-up elsewhere. Linebacker – Jaylon Smith is a miracle, that guy has no business playing to the level he is and Leighton Vander Esch had an excellent rookie season alongside him. Anything they can get from Sean Lee looks like a nice bonus, when in years past he was a make or break player on the defense. Running Back – Zeke is still one of the premier talents in the league at the running back spot and there were a couple of rookie additions who might be able to help him with the workload. Elsewhere – Demarcus Lawrence is one of the best edges in the league and Amari Cooper obviously deserves a mention at wide receiver as someone who can carry the can there and Byron Jones is reliable wherever he lines up Roster Weaknesses: Interior D Line – It’s a very average group on paper, even with adding Trysten Hill in the 2nd round of the draft. Safety – Again, Jeff Heath and Xavier Woods are a work in progress at this point. Heath in particularly was very average last year.  Tight End – Jason Witten is back and the fact he’s been retired a year and immediately pencilled in at starter tells you everything you need to know about this spot. Elsewhere – If Randall Cobb has something left, a trio of Cooper-Gallup-Cobb isn’t bad  - but there isn’t much to get excited about around them and not a burner to take the lid off.  Breakout Player: Michael Gallup – The darling of PFF's draft coverage in 2018 had 33 catches for 507 yards and 2 TDs in his first season, but seemed to develop some chemistry with Dak Prescott down the stretch after a rocky start. How they can win in 2019: It’s a bit of a studs and duds kind of a roster, so maintaining health amongst their key players is essential to their success because the backup situation at most spots is pretty bad. A healthy offensive line could dominate again. Outside of that, Kellen Moore potentially holds the biggest key because the offense needs to offer so much more than to simply line-up and expect their guys to get open. That inability to surprise and execute in the red-zone last year was their ultimate undoing. Moore obviously comes from a spread offense at Boise and his brother coaches in college so in theory he can help install the pre-snap motions and deception needed to get bring this thing into the 21st century. That might require a bigger role from Dak.  On defense, the Cowboys need to find a pass-rush outside of Demarcus Lawrence who needs another healthy season. Whether that comes in the form of well-travelled FA signing Robert Quinn, or former 1st round pick Taco Charlton who has seriously underwhelmed in that department in his two seasons. The secondary has Byron Jones and little else to hang your hat on, so there are combinations to be tried and worked out at the back end. Chidobe Awuize needs to take that next step in a way he didn’t last season and it would be nice if Jourdan Lewis can start to show something in year three.  Predicted record 2019: 8-8 – The Cowboys are absolutely capable of pushing for a playoff run if their stars can roll in 2019, but they’re not built to sustain injuries