LikeLike LoveLove HahaHaha WTFWTF

Why Tyler Smith Will Be A Great Addition To The Cowboys This Season

This year’s was an unusual one for sure. It’s not every draft that you only have one QB drafted in the along with a TON of defensive players.

Although, while many teams were picking up star defensive men from schools like Georgia, Michigan, , and other heavy defensive schools, the chose to look at their Offensive Line this draft.

While the Cowboys had a great season last year and one of the best offenses of all time, they still struggled to give the time he needed to get the ball to his receivers. This is what drew the Cowboys’ draft team to select Tyler Smith as the 24th pick in the 2022 draft. This player is an Offensive Lineman from .

When you look at how the Cowboys did in the 2021-22 season, you can see that there isn’t too much they should change about themselves.

  • They had a great (Thanks to the sensation ).
  • The team ranked 7th among the league in defense last year and forced 34 turnovers, which was the highest among any team last year.

So looking at those stats, the defense was solid, as was the , however, if the team was so good in multiple areas, then that brings up the question: “What could they do better at?”

The answer that many believed was the offensive line. With a fresh new player in the huddle and one to protect Dak while in the pocket, this Cowboys pick was used wisely and I believe they chose the correct teammate for this year’s season.

Hopefully, the Cowboys can repeat last year’s success and only fix some issues when it comes to playoff time. If the Cowboys can adapt Tyler Smith to their team correctly, then I believe they could have a better season than last year.

What do you think?

Tony Stahl

Written by Tony Stahl

Hey there! My name is Tony Stahl. I have two passions, writing and football, when you put those two together you have where I am now, Inside the Star! I am 18 and live in Michigan however I am a huge Cowboys fan. Football is my most favorite topic and I could talk your head off all day about it.

Leave a Reply


Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.


  1. I hope you’re right but if he’s prone to holding against inferior competition at Tulsa, he’s going to get destroyed in year 1. I’m in a minority I know, but I’d give Connor McGovern first shot. Stephen Jones screwed us in my opinion but that’s par for the course since he’s had way too much control. He’s good for cocktails only, not football or contract decisions.

    • Howard, I pretty much agree. Late draft riser, the holding, Tulsa comp, all don’t bode very well. Plus, they passed on EDGE Jermaine Johnson in the process. Moving on from L Collins and C Williams kind of painted them into a corner. Hope I’m wrong.

    • Well everyone needs some time to adjust to a new team. However when it comes to an Offensive Linemen, they can become familiar quite fast and I feel like Tyler can handle the push. I guess we will soon find out.

  2. The Cowboys had the right idea by focusing on the OL like most fans it’s Smith’s penalties for holding that concerns me last season penalties killed the OL if the coaches can fix that problem with him I believe they won at least for that position now I’ll spend the rest of the season worrying about the center position fingers crossed

Cowboys Arrive in Oxnard, CA; Full 2022 Training Camp Schedule

Cowboys Arrive in Oxnard, CA; Full 2022 Training Camp Schedule

Cowboys Offense: More Hot Sauce Needed From Cole Beasley 2

Free Agent WR Cole Beasley Would Welcome Reunion w/ QB Dak Prescott