Catch-Up: Recapping The News From Mocks To Dak

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Even in the offseason, every week is filled with news and storylines, from front office moves and player updates to forecasting next season.

Each week, Cowboys Catch-Up will be your spot to look back on the week that was for Cowboys Nation, reviewing some of the top stories and videos of the week. Head into the weekend by catching up on everything you need to know to stay up to date on your favorite team, courtesy of the DallasCowboys.com staff.

Monday

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Wednesday

  • Who expected last Sunday's Super Bowl to play out the way it did? Mickey Spagnola wouldn't claim to, but he does think that it reinforced some lessons we learned about the Cowboys. [Watch Mick Shots discuss the Super Bowl and Drew Pearson's HOF induction]
  • During a season most Cowboys fans would like to forget, Hunter Niswander's feel-good story flew under the radar. "He only punted 26 times on the year, but his net average of 42 yards per punt would put him inside the top 10 in the NFL," David Helman writes. [Helman with Hunter Niswander's progress report]
  • The draft might not be until April, but the experts are already filling out their mock drafts. Who do the prognosticators across different platforms have the Cowboys drafting? What player is the No. 10 pick in the most respected mock drafts? [Check out this week's Mock Roundup]

Thursday

  • DeMarcus Lawrence was good last year. But was "good" enough? "'The Cowboys' best defensive player in 2020' isn't exactly a tremendous badge of honor. The team's defense was inconsistent and, at times, downright awful," Jonny Auping writes. [Auping with DeMarcus Lawrence's progress report]
  • There was a minor controversy involving a Dallas Cowboys video, Dak Prescott, and fan reactions. Cowboys Break opens the show with an apology and takes a moment to clear up some things. [Watch Cowboys Break clear the air on their stances on Dak Prescott]
  • NFL analyst Bucky Brooks watched the Super Bowl just like all of you, and he came away with clear advice for the Cowboys' offseason. "The offensive line has always been the strength of the team when the Cowboys are serious contenders," Brooks writes. "The upgrading the overall talent of the unit should remain a top priority to give the offense a fighting chance in every situation and circumstance." [Read all of this week's 5 Bucks]

Friday

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