Gregg Rosenthal will project post-draft starting lineups for all 32 teams, because there's no better way to celebrate the arrival of spring.
» Kellen Moore has gone from Dak Prescott's teammate to quarterbacks coach to offensive coordinator in a three-year span. That familiarity makes him uniquely suited to building an offense tailored to Prescott's strengths.
» The receiver spots are fairly wide open after Amari Cooper. Michael Gallup will compete outside with Allen Hurns, who is coming off a serious injury. Randall Cobb will battle for snaps in the slot with Hurns, Tavon Austin and Lance Lenoir. If Cobb doesn't look great in camp, the Cowboys might want to add another veteran.
» Travis Frederick's return from Guillain-Barre syndrome has gone according to plan, and the Cowboys expect him to play in 2019. His recovery, however, is an unknown -- the drafting of Connor McGovern gives the team a backup option. It is an unfair responsibility, considering what Frederick has been through, but he is the key to bringing Dallas' line back to its previous heights.
NEW YORK GIANTS
» Manning has a chance to match or top his production from last season with this group. His skill-position talent is strong overall, even after losing Beckham, and he fits pretty well in Pat Shurmur's offense. I only expect to see Jones if the season goes sideways.
» Despite all the attention on the quarterback position, the Giants' defense has much further to go. It's a bottom-five defensive roster in overall talent. They are replacing both starting safeties. Baker is a late first-round pick who should start at cornerback, and I didn't include a third cornerback partly because I have no idea who is next in line.
Biggest change from a year ago: A talent-poor defense looks to be in full rebuild mode, without many standout young players to build around.
» Jordan Howard might start the offseason with a slight lead for the Week 1 starting job, but Miles Sanders' complete game gives him an advantage in the long run. Sanders is easier to keep on the field in any formation. Corey Clement, Josh Adams and Wendell Smallwood will be in a battle for snaps behind them.
Biggest change from a year ago: Carson Wentz gets his first healthy offseason as The Man with a deep skill-position group around him.
» Case Keenum is in a tough spot. He gets the slight edge for the Week 1 starting job, if only because I can so clearly imagine coach Jay Gruden benching Keenum in the third quarter of Week 2. No. 15 overall pick Dwayne Haskins should get his chance eventually, because he fits Gruden's system and there's an argument to be made that this situation is actually rookie friendly. ...
» Adrian Peterson is listed as the incumbent starter at what might be the deepest position on the roster. Derrius Guice is on his way back from knee surgery, Chris Thompson is excellent on passing downs and fourth-round pick Bryce Love is a long-term sleeper, once he recovers from his own ACL surgery. Gruden always wants to run, and he has the roster to do so, especially up front.
» Reuben Foster does not face another suspension by the league following his arrest last season over allegations of domestic assault (charges were eventually dismissed). He looks likely to step into a big role immediately.
Biggest change from a year ago: A strong defensive line and Haskins falling in Washington's lap could be enough to overcome Alex Smith's unfortunate injury.
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