If you asked a group of NFL fans who they thought would be one of the biggest surprises in the NFL in 2016, few people would have said the Cowboys. However, after a lot of hard work drafting top talent, the team is now in a position to be competitive for many years. The Cowboys have one of the best offensive lines in the league and a strong defense. Once they added an elite running back in Ezekiel Elliot, many people thought that they could have a high level of success in the coming years. With all of the changes the team has made, they are now in a position to make a Super Bowl Run.

Dak Prescott

With all of the talk about the Rams trading up for Jared Goff in the 2016 draft, the biggest steal of the draft was definitely Dak Prescott. A lot of people are excited about the changes that he is bringing to the table. There are a lot of people who are excited about what he is going to do for the Cowboys in the coming years. He does not have the most powerful arm in the world, but he is great at making fast decisions and is well built for the Cowboys offense. In the coming years, he is going to benefit from a strong running game and offensive line. Not only that, but he also has time to develop with great receiving targets like Jason Witten and Dez Bryant.

Ezekiel Elliot

As one of the top picks in the 2016 draft, many people wondered aloud when the Cowboys spent a top pick on Ezekiel Elliot.

He was a dynamic talent while he was at Ohio State, but a lot of people wondered whether his game would translate to the NFL. After a couple of games, it was easy to see how talented he could be in the Cowboys system. It does not hurt that the Cowboys have one of the best offensive lines in the NFL this year.

Not only that, but he is the type of person who is going to take things to a new level with this team as soon as possible. There are a lot of people who are excited about what is going on with the Cowboys, and it is easy to see why a lot of teams are there for them. If you are a Cowboys fan, the future looks very bright.

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