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2020 NFL Draft Grades: NFC East Draft

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From Jerry Jones drafting alone on his yacht, to Dave Gettleman getting his “hog mollies” and the Eagles taking Hurts to backup an oft-injured Wentz, the NFC East had a lively draft. One of the NFL’s oldest and most storied divisions, they’ve had a couple down years and GM’s are doing whatever they can to launch their teams back into contention.

Jerry Jones has legendarily drafted the 2020 class from the comfort and solitude of his yacht. Dallas fans are generally pleased with the results, and it’s not hard to see why. CeeDee Lamb was one of the top 3 receivers in the draft, and the Cowboys got a steal when he dropped to 17.

Alongside Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup, he offers a ton of upside as a prospect. Lamb is a long, easy runner with great burst and hands, and could be a deadly option outside or in the slot.

On offense they’ve also signed Tyler Biadasz, who is a rocksteady prospect that could potentially start this year in lieu of Travis Fredrick, and Ben DiNucci, a developmental QB prospect out of James Madison.

They’ve also gotten significantly deeper and younger on defense. Trevon Diggs is a well regarded prospect who’s been tested against SEC talent, and will be leaned on to compensate for the loss of Byron Jones. Reggie Robinson will have time to learn the ropes with Ha Ha Clinton-Dix and Xavier Woods locking down both safety spots, but he has ideal length and speed, and could develop into a ballhawk in Dallas.

In the front seven, Neville Gallimore is a space-eating tackle who’s stout against the run and Bradlee Anae was a highly productive pass rusher in the Pac-12 with 29.5 Sacks and 40 TFL.

The Cowboys essentially checked all the boxes in 7 picks, and will be much stronger heading into 2020 with this class in tow.

Cowboys Grade: A

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