By Eli Cuellar
The Dallas Cowboys are hopeful their passing offense will look drastically different in 2019 than it did in its previous iteration. There are many factors to achieving this. Wideout Amari Cooper will have spent a complete off-season with the team, further honing his craft within the Cowboys’ system and becoming more familiar with quarterback Dak Prescott in the process.
All signs seem to be pointing upwards on that front. However, one of the biggest concerns heading into the season is how well Randall Cobb can acclimate to his new change of scenery.
During his time with the Green Bay Packers, Cobb was one of Aaron Rodgers’ favorite targets. Since beginning his career with the Packers back in 2011, Cobb had amassed 675 targets and 470 receptions with a catch rate of 69.6 percent. He was a great asset for his team throughout his tenure. The biggest question now is, can he replicate his past success within the Dallas offense in 2019?
Before diving deeper into the duo of Cobb and Cooper it is important to look at what the Cowboys’ passing offense resembled in 2018. This will give a good idea into how some players were used, and how they will be deployed in the 2019 season. All data is compiled from <a...