The Dallas Cowboys ended the 2022 season with an all-too-familiar feeling.
As per usual, the Cowboys played well during the regular season, finishing with a record of 12-5, and a playoff berth.
After crushing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the playoffs, the Cowboys ended up falling in the Divisional round.
For some reason, the Cowboys have had a difficult time in the playoffs in the past several seasons, despite many years of strong regular season play.
Yesterday, star receiver CeeDee Lamb provided what he believes are a few keys to their offense moving forward.
Dallas Cowboys WR CeeDee Lamb was asked Wednesday on the @AroundTheNFL podcast how the team takes the next step with Dak Prescott and what else they need to do in order to reach a Super Bowl.
"You've got to surround him. Straight like that"
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Lamb believes that the team hasn’t done enough for their quarterback.
This season, outside of Lamb, Dak Prescott didn’t have an incredible receiving corps around him.
Dalton Schultz is a great tight end, but even he doesn’t provide the type of upside that Travis Kelce or George Kittle give their teams.
In Lamb’s opinion, what the Cowboys need most is an improved offensive line.
When a quarterback has more time to throw the ball, they have more time to make the right decision, resulting in more completions.
During the 2022 regular season, Prescott was tied for the league lead in interceptions, despite only playing in 12 of the Cowboys’ 17 games.
Lamb mentioned the San Francisco 49ers and Philadelphia Eagles as two teams that have things figured out.
He understands that to reach the highest levels in the league, a team has to work together on all facets of the game to truly succeed.
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