It's never to early to talk about who the Cowboys should draft. Kevin Sherrington, sports columnist for the Dallas Morning News, answered questions about the Cowboys recently. Here are some highlights:
Question: Where would you rank wide receiver as a need in the draft?
Sherrington: If [Alabama's] Calvin Ridley fell to the Cowboys at 18 or so, I think they should take him. So, yeah, it's a priority. But, as always, you take the best player available. If that's a LB or DL or S or CB, then you take that one. For my money, though, WR is as important as any of the position needs.
Question: What's the Cowboys' biggest weakness right now?
Sherrington: Passing game still struggles to get the ball downfield. That'll probably loosen up some with Zeke back, but the receivers are the same. This team desperately needs some explosive talent in its receiving corps. Jason Witten's YAC are among the worst for TEs. The WRs have the hardest time getting any separation, and Dak isn't terribly accurate on those downfield throws. He needs some room for error, and the WRs aren't giving him any.