Some of you might be surprised by this since they drafted Diggs last year, and this would make back-to-back years of them taking a corner in the first round. But, this is a team with an offense ready to go even without Dak, and a defense that showed holes in the secondary.
Dallas allowed more than 30 points a massive nine times and allowed more than 40 points twice giving up 41 to Washington and 49 to Cleveland.
They would be hard-pressed to go anywhere else other than defensive back here unless the unthinkable happens and Justin Fields falls to them at 10th.
Having the combination of Diggs and Farley would instantly give Cowboys the best young 1-2 CB Duo in the entire league and they can avoid having to pay one of the highest-paying positions in the NFL. We are already starting to see cap-strapped teams move on or try and trade other high-paid corners, and with a low-cap amount for this team avoiding having to pay for one of the most needed positions on the field should be a gift.
I love what Farley can bring to the table here, there is not a WR in their division who he can not stick with and when you do look at some of the WR in the east he matches up very well. He has the speed for Reagor in Philly or Terry McLaurin in Washington and has enough size to step up to the Giants WR as well, or come in the slot and cover Evan Engram, Ertz, or Goedert.
Not only would this be the best fit for the Cowboys, but it would be the best fit for him as well, as they could utilize him as CB1, CB2, nickel, or make him a linebacker in the nickel set and be able to spy QB, TE, or latch onto Antonio Gibson or Miles Sanders.
On paper he seems to be the best match-up against any of the offensive players in the NFC East and the Cowboys need all the help they can get if Dak Prescott does walk away, Washington lands an elite QB, and Philly regains their mind.