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How the Cowboys and Commanders Matchup in 2022

Quarterback: Cowboys

The Dak Prescott vs. debate was settled long ago, with the former coming out on top.

Prescott is a top-10 with a better skill set, while Wentz is hovering around league average. This is no longer a discussion, no matter how much anyone tries to make it one this season.

Running Backs: Cowboys

The Commanders have a solid duo in and J.D. McKissic. However, the pair of Ezekiel Elliott and Tony Pollard trumps them.

Elliott and Pollard combined for 2,834 all-purpose yards and 15 touchdowns compared to just 1,940 combined yards and 14 touchdowns for Gibson and McKissic. Both Elliott and Pollard could arguably start for Washington as well.

Pass-catchers: Cowboys

The CeeDee Lamb vs. debate will be a hot topic all season long. But the have better depth at this position than the Commanders do.

McLaurin is a solid No. 1 option, but behind him is , who isn’t better than Michael Gallup. We’ve yet to see what Jahan Dotson, Washington’s first-round selection, can do. This isn’t even mentioning is a better than Logan Thomas as well.

The better pass-catching group out of these two is in North Texas.

Offensive Line: Cowboys

If the Commanders still had Brandon Scherff, the gap between these two teams would be much closer. However, he left, and his replacement, Andrew Norwell, isn’t as good as him.

Wes Schweitzer is a good option at , but the Cowboys still have the better . Having and on your team goes a long way, even with a and a first-year starter at .

Defensive Line: Commanders

Jonathan Allen, Daron Payne, Chase Young and Montez Sweat comprise an excellent Commanders . Outside of Demarcus Lawrence, Dallas lacks talent anywhere close to the stature of these four.

and have potential, but they’re not yet at a level to compete with Allen and Payne. Washington easily takes this.

Linebackers: Cowboys

As with the Eagles linebackers, Micah Parsons by himself is better than the Commanders’ entire group. is solid, and Jamin Davis can be better, but Parsons is miles clear of both.

Having Leighton Vander Esch doesn’t hurt either, as he’s arguably better than Holcomb. In short, the Cowboys certainly have the better LB group.

Secondary: Cowboys

The Commanders have a good duo in and William Jackson. Kamren Curl is one of the league’s most underrated safeties, too.

On the other side of him is Bobby McCain, who had somewhat of a resurgence in 2021. Dallas has a duo of and , both of whom enjoyed a productive .

What sways this battle to the Cowboys is their cornerback depth. Outside of Fuller and Jackson, the Commanders lack depth. Behind Trevon Diggs and are and , both of whom are better depth pieces than what Washington has.

You can go either way with this one, but the Cowboys have more to offer.

What do you think?

Nick Coppola

Written by Nick Coppola

Student at the University of Oklahoma. Reporter for OU Daily. Junior Writer for Inside The Star. Contributor for Guns Up Nation.

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  1. This is an irrelevant way to compare teams.
    The offense does not play the other offense…same for defense.
    A useful comparison is how the offense compares to the opponent defense …same for opponent offense against Dallas defense.

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