The Dallas Cowboys for the second consecutive season are proving to be one of the NFC’s elite teams, holding a 5-2 record after seven games. But unlike last season, their offense has not been the catalyst for their success, ranking 27th in passing yards per game and 22nd in scoring offense. Part of those struggles can be attributed to Dak Prescott missing five games with a thumb injury, but with the loss of Amari Cooper in the offseason, it’s clear the Cowboys need some help at wide receiver next to CeeDee Lamb. Jerry Jones has never been one to shy away from swinging for the fences, especially with big-name star players, regardless of their history. In this particular instance, signing OBJ would actually make sense for the Cowboys, solidifying their offense with a dynamic playmaker on the outside, who also brings championship pedigree, something the Cowboys have mostly lacked this millennium.