DALLAS — The Dallas Cowboys go into the NFL draft needing help on defense.
Dallas finished 6-10 in coach Mike McCarthy's first season and gave up the most points in franchise history. However, the Cowboys believe they have the offense to compete for championships. Quarterback Dak Prescott has a new $160 million, four-year contract that will keep him from playing a second consecutive year on the franchise tag.
Prescott has plenty of weapons but the defense lacks playmakers.
In this mock, they trade back from No. 10 to No. 13, passing on Penei Sewell.
They discuss how much it would take for them to trade back and who the Cowboys would target at pick No. 13. Which players must be available for the Cowboys and why Jaycee Horn is the best possible pick.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.