The NFL has never been more of a passing league than it is right now. Gone are the days of consistent defensive battles. It is more important than ever to have strong quarterback play and be able to put points on the scoreboard.

Therefore, it makes a ton of sense for the Dallas Cowboys to continue to invest resources into the passing game. From paying Dak Prescott top dollar to building an elite wide receiver core, the Cowboys have shown that they are committed to throwing the football.

Furthermore, Kellen Moore is widely regarded as one of the top offensive minds in the league. His ability to call plays and put his personnel in the best positions has been exciting to watch since Moore took over offensive coordinator duties. There are a lot of expectations surrounding the trio of Moore, Prescott, and head coach Mike McCarthy for the upcoming season.


Michael Gallup is a big reason why the Dallas Cowboys offense is expected to be among the best in the NFL next season. Gallup is one-third of one of the top wide receiver trios in the league, yet he is still vastly underrated by many outside of the DFW.

The 2018 third-round selection has formed create the connection with Prescott since stepping onto the field as a rookie. He gives the Cowboys a deep threat that can beat defenses down the field consistently. Prescott seems to always know how to get the football to him, and Gallup almost always rewards him.

Gallup recently joined Good Morning Football on NFL Network, and it was easy to see the kind of confidence that the offense has. The rising wide receiver spoke to former NFL wideout Nate Burelson about a handful of different topics during his appearance.

Among the topics were his contract and the Cowboys offense.

“I don’t see anybody stopping us,” Gallup said in regards to the Cowboys offense. Gallup spoke highly of Prescott, Amari Cooper, and CeeDee Lamb. You would be hard-pressed to find a better group of weapons in the NFL.

Gallup has also made it known that he would like to stay in Dallas. The Colorado State product is entering the final season of his rookie contract. It remains to be seen whether or not the Cowboys will be able to find a way to keep the young stud wideout in town.

A big 2021 season could give Gallup a chance to cash-in on a big payday in free agency.

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