Have the Dallas Cowboys finally taken steps to address a weak offensive line that has plagued the Cowboys and Tony Romo for a few years now?
Jerry Jones thinks so, and the owner is not scared to talk about it.
Jones told the Dallas Morning News that the Cowboys line is “the best that he’s seen in two or three years.”
“I think we’re better in the offensive line than any time in the last two or three years,” Jones said after Dallas’ 24-18 preseason win Saturday night over Cincinnati.
Jones attributed the additions of first-round center Travis Frederick and left guard Ron Leary as the main reason.