Cowboys first and only free agency move has people laughing at Jerry Jones

Is Dallas going to do anything to help out Dak Prescott?

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Is anyone going to tell Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys that free agency is underway? Across the NFC East, teams have been working overtime to improve their rosters. The NY Giants may have lost Saquon Barkley to the Eagles, and Xavier McKinney to Green Bay, but fans are hyped about the improvements for the offensive line and the trade for Brian Burns.

Signing Drew Singletary and Drew Lock can't be slept on either. While that has happened, the Cowboys have been busy... doing absolutely nothing. Oh wait, our bad, Dallas broke the bank and made everyone in Texas happy by re-signing their long snapper. Your move, Joe Schoen and Howie Roseman!

Cowboys fans are furious with Jerry Jones for doing almost nothing in free agency

How do Dak Prescott and Mike McCarthy feel about this? McCarthy is back for the final year of his contract, but he feels like a dead man walking at this point. With no assurance for his future, McCarthy is coaching for his Dallas career this season. Is Jones going to help him out? No disrespect to long snapper Trent Sieg, but come on, more needs to be done.

The Cowboys have seen several players make their exit from Arlington, including Tony Pollard to sign with the Tennessee Titans. All the other top running backs have inked elsewhere. Dallas fans were dreaming of Derrick Henry or Joe Mixon on Day 2 of free agency, but Henry is Baltimore-bound and Mixon ended up getting traded to the Texans.

The Giants have attacked 'premium positions' and Schoen has set himself up quite nicely for the NFL Draft. Are Jones and Co. planning to go all-in come late April to patch up the holes for the roster on both sides of the ball? Perhaps, but that's a bold strategy.

The Giants haven't beaten the Cowboys since 2021, so maybe we don't have a lot of room to talk here, but for a squad claiming they're going to push for a Super Bowl title soon, the Cowboys have been downright disappointing thus far in going after targets. After the Wild Card Round loss to Green Bay, you'd think their front office would be aggressive to get some head-turning deals done. Nope, that's not the case. Sorry, we're not sorry, Cowboys fans.

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