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Cowboys Center Tyler Biadasz Named To PFF’s Midseason All Rookie Team

For much of the middle of last decade, the most stable thing about the Dallas Cowboys was their offensive line. Tyron Smith, Zack Martin, and Travis Frederick. Three of the best in the league at what they did, and each on the starting line for Dallas.

Heading into this next decade, though, injuries and retirement have plagued this Cowboys offensive line. They are looking for some new blood at a couple of key positions. And from the looks of it so far, they’ve found their center for the future.

Former Wisconsin standout center Tyler Biadasz was thrust into the starting center role this season when veteran Joe Looney went out due to injury, and he’s not letting go of the role anytime soon.

This week, Biadasz earned some national recognition, being named to Pro Football Focus’ midseason All Rookie Team.

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Cowboys C Tyler Biadasz made @PFF’s All-Rookie Team. A lot of promising signs from him this early in his career. pic.twitter.com/YG7bkMqsgx

Biadasz has shown some promise during his rookie season, working nicely alongside both Connor Williams and Zack Martin. That will likely be the interior trio for Dallas going forward as well, though some fans have been looking to replace Williams seemingly every season.

When healthy next season this offensive line could be looking very strong, as they look to get back to their impressive ways of 2014-2016. And Biadasz will be the anchor in the middle of it all.

What do you think?

Kevin Brady

Written by Kevin Brady

Die-hard Cowboys fan from the Northeast, so you know I am here to defend the 'boys whenever necessary. Began writing for a WordPress Cowboys Blog, and have been with ITS since 2016.

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  1. Kevin, I think the Cowboys got even more of a steal with Tyler, then Fredericks. They got Fredericks in the bottom of the 1st rd and getting Tyler in the back half of the the 4th round is huge. I’m just glad that he got an opportunity to start some games eventhough we lost most of them. That can only benefit us and him going forward when Dak comes back.

  2. The problem with him getting on the all rookie team is that there was only one other rookie starting this year. So there’s not a big group that they were picking from.

  3. Well when he anchored the line at WI that blocked for Jonathan Taylor who ran for over 6000 yards in
    3 years and get him in the fourth round, I for one was very happy. IMO, he was one of the two best
    Center prospects in that draft. He’ll be a mainstay for years to come.

    Now when T Smith and L Collins get back, hopefully healthy, and with the aforementioned trio in the middle, this O-line will look damn good. The one caveat there is Tyron’s health concerns, which should signal a backup plan.

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