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    ‘You Ready?’: Cowboys WR CeeDee Lamb Unveils New Look

    When the went on the clock during the 2020 , there was a fever pitch of excitement with the opportunity to draft the top in the draft sitting at their feet. Since then, there's been growing anticipation to see Lamb take the field in a Dallas Cowboys .

    Imagining Lamb playing in a with , , , and has sent into a frenzy since that glorious Thursday in April. Whenever they do take the field, they'll be one of the more dangerous offenses on the field.

    You ready?

    Yesterday, CeeDee Lamb showed off his new duds via his account wearing the 88 that has become synonymous with elite wide receiver play for the Dallas Cowboys.

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    On his Instagram post, Lamb posed the question, “you ready?” I haven't been this excited about a Cowboys first-round pick since I started covering the team in 2016. I think Cowboys Nation would answer this one with a resounding “yes!”

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    When the Cowboys take the field for the first time in 2020 it'll likely be with their 11 personnel grouping getting their vaunted wide receiver trio on the field at the same time. Lamb, who averaged 21 yards per reception in 2019 figures to be the primary for the Cowboys in 2020. He has the ability to play on the outside whenever Moore wants to slide Cooper into the slot. Lamb can win at every level of the and is dangerous with the football in his hands.

    After initially asking for the number 10, Lamb opted for the number 88, which has been worn by Cowboys greats , , and . CeeDee Lamb takes over a legacy that is filled with alpha receivers and big-time playmakers. The former Oklahoma product has the mentality and ability to fill that jersey with the production that comes with the expectation of being “the next 88.”

    With less than two months till the NFL kicks off the season, CeeDee Lamb is looking sharp in his new Dallas Cowboys uniform. He'll look even better running routes against the in September.

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    Kirby

    They faded Lol….If you really watched the whole game and kept an eye out on him you could tell a few times how mad he was getting bc they were losing so bad and he would run harder and harder and he was a big part of them almost coming back against the Jets

    Lawrence

    What cost them last season was their defense against better offenses and an under performing offense against top 10 defenses. Also there was zero accountability for bone headed penalties and plays . Here is hoping that McCarthy and Nolan can light a fire under their asses to get this team back to prominence

    Lawrence

    What I saw was inconsistentcy both on offense and defense. Blame that on Garrett Moore Marinelli there was no fire sense of urgency leadership on that team. Dallas under performed against teams that equal or better than them. They let mediocre teams stay in games longer than they should have. The Jets game proved that last season

    Bill

    Wish he was wearing #10 though. Not that I think #88 should be reserved or anything, or that I don’t think Lamb could potentially earn his way into that class, but because it’s the number he wanted and now even when I see him in a uniform, I see a 10 in my mind and it just looks correct to me.

    Gary b

    Yea I would like to see Lamb #10 as well. He wanted it but J Jones pressured him into #88 Think he wanted to start his own legacy with #10. Don’t know what it is about Lamb but I see stardom in his future.

    Gary

    Jimmy Johnson would cut a player in the middle of a meeting (though never a star) in 9 yrs never saw j Garrett jump a players ass no matter how much or bad they screwed up. All he was good for was clapping the whole game. Players had no fear or respect for him.