Dallas Cowboys Depth Chart 2021 Dallas Cowboys Depth Chart

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After one of the best drafts, Dallas added a top two wide receiver in CeeDee Lamb. Pairing him up with Michael Gallup and Amari Cooper is going to give Dak Prescott plenty of weapons to work with. Cooper is still the number one option here, but Lamb as your number three gives you a sense of how loaded this offense is. Also bringing in Ezekiel Elliott to mention is just another weapon they have. The offensive line depth is still very strong. The defense had a little shake up, but they addressed through the draft by adding Diggs and signing Gerald McCoy.

Offense Depth Chart

Quarterback QB
67
#47 QB
Garrett Gilbert G. Gilbert (3)
67
#40 QB
Wide Receiver WR
Brandon Smith B. Smith (4)
69
#146 LWR
Slot Wide Receiver SWR
76
#72 SWR
68
#141 SWR
68
#141 SWR
74
#107 SWR
Wide Receiver WR
Cedrick Wilson C. Wilson (2)
70
#120 RWR
Wide Receiver WR
Brandon Smith B. Smith (4)
69
#146 LWR
Slot Wide Receiver SWR
76
#72 SWR
68
#141 SWR
68
#141 SWR
74
#107 SWR
Wide Receiver WR
Cedrick Wilson C. Wilson (2)
70
#120 RWR
Quarterback QB
67
#47 QB
Garrett Gilbert G. Gilbert (3)
67
#40 QB

Defense Depth Chart

Left Defensive End DE
Defensive Tackle DT
Right Defensive End DE
Dorance Armstrong Jr. D. Armstrong Jr. (2)
71
#67 DE
Defensive End DE
Randy Gregory R. Gregory (1)
74
#65 DE
Inside Linebacker LB
Left Cornerback CB
Right Cornerback CB
Deante Burton D. Burton (3)
67
#125 CB
Left Defensive End DE
Defensive Tackle DT
Right Defensive End DE
Dorance Armstrong Jr. D. Armstrong Jr. (2)
71
#67 DE
Defensive End DE
Randy Gregory R. Gregory (1)
74
#65 DE
Inside Linebacker LB
Left Cornerback CB
Right Cornerback CB
Deante Burton D. Burton (3)
67
#125 CB

Dallas Cowboys Depth Chart FAQ

There were a lot of moving parts for the Dallas Cowboys this offseason. Everything fell perfectly for them in the draft as they landed possibly the best wide receiver, CeeDee Lamb. He adds to a potent offense already with Michael Gallup and Amari Cooper. Dak Prescott will have plenty of weapons to throw to, and we can't forget about Ezekiel Elliott. This is also going to be an offense to target for fantasy football. Byron Jones and Robert Quinn left holes on the defense, and they drafted Trevon Diggs and Neville Gallimore while also bringing in Gerald McCoy.

Who Are The Cowboys Starting Wide Receivers?

The Cowboys wide receivers are CeeDee Lamb, Amari Cooper, and Michael Gallup. They make up one of the better receiving cores in the game, especially after they landed one of the top receiving prospects in the draft.

Who Replaced Jason Witten?

Long time Dallas Cowboys tight end, Jason Witten, headed to play with the Raiders, leaving the tight end spot vacant. Blake Jarwin will now jump to the front of the line as the starting tight end in Dallas.

Who Is Dallas Cowboys, 2nd String Quarterback?

The Dallas Cowboys were smart for bringing in Andy Dalton to back up Dak Prescott. Having Dalton on the roster will give them a competent backup in case of injury or illness to Prescott this season. This is Dalton’s first year with the Cowboys.

What Position Does Trevon Diggs Play?

Trevon Diggs is the brother of Stefon Diggs and was listed as one of the top cornerbacks in this past NFL Draft. Diggs played cornerback and did line up in various corner positions while he was at the University of Alabama.

Who Backs Up Ezekiel Elliott?

If you are looking for a fantasy football handcuff, Tony Pollard is Ezekiel Elliott’s backup. Pollard is the clear cut number two option behind Elliott. He won’t get much playing time unless Elliott is sitting out. This is Pollard’s second year in the league.

Who Replaced Byron Jones On The Cowboys?

With Byron Jones leaving in the offseason, it left a gap on the Cowboys depth chart as they needed a strong cornerback. Drafting Trevon Diggs gives him a clear shot to be the starting cornerback opposite of Awuzie.