5. Dallas Cowboys
Forget all of the rumors surrounding whether Tony Romo will be traded or released from the Dallas Cowboys because at the end of the day, Dak Prescott is still going to be the one calling the shots under center during the 2017 season. With that being said, the real question for the Cowboys will be if their offensive line can be as effective and dominant next year with all of the shakeups.
Dallas will have to figure out a plan for life without Doug Free after the offensive tackle recently announced his retirement from the NFL, but the good news is the team has plenty of options to choose from. Whether they promote someone within or simply give free agency a shot to replace Free, chances are the Cowboys’ unit will be just fine to remain one of the best in the league once again.
As important as protecting Prescott and opening holes up for Ezekiel Elliott are, it was good to see Dallas address their need at cornerback with the addition of former Philadelphia Eagles starter Nolan Carroll. He may not have been one of the top cornerbacks heading into free agency, but at least Carroll is familiar enough playing in the NFC East to make an impact during his first season with the Cowboys.