It’s Super Bowl Sunday! The league’s 100th season will come to an end in what should be a fantastic game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers. Patrick Mahomes and Jimmy Garoppolo will battle it out with the help of two great coaches in Andy Reid and Kyle Shanahan. The game has all the ingredients to become an instant classic. But let’s talk about Cowboys football.
Both teams playing in Super Bowl LIV have a lot of talented players, some of which are set to test free agency in March. If you’re a Dallas Cowboys fan, you might want to take a look at these three players that might interest our team in the upcoming months.
DE Emmanuel Ogbah, KC Chiefs
Robert Quinn is set to hit free agency in March after a surprisingly productive season with the Cowboys. It might be difficult to keep him around for 2020 after he led the team in sacks and the NFL in pass rush win rate. With Randy Gregory‘s status remaining a mystery, Ogbah could be a quality free agency addition.
He shouldn’t be expensive, but he was a decent starter during his time with the Cleveland Browns. Maybe he isn’t good enough to start with the Cowboys in 2020, but at least he should be a good rotational piece. It wouldn’t be the first time Ogbah’s name is linked with Dallas.
DT Arik Armstead, SF 49ers
Nick Bosa leads the 49ers defensive line, but there’s more talent in that unit. Armstead has had an unbelievable campaign in 2019 with 10 sacks to his name. His market value is probably high, but the Cowboys have had a need at this position for a long time. If Arik can keep up this level of play, he could be a game-changer.
After a year of poor play in the interior defensive line, Dallas might want to make a splash and go for the big name.
FS Jimmie Ward, SF 49ers
Speaking of 49ers breakout seasons, how about Safety Jimmie Ward? A former first-round pick, the safety got a chance to play way more time this season. Since 2015, he hadn’t played more than 60% of the 49ers’ defensive snaps until this year. He started in the 13 games he played and was on the field for 79% of the snaps.
Ward has proven to be a very good player and if he reaches free agency, the Cowboys might want to take a look.