The Cowboys are predicted to take either an offensive lineman or a quarterback in two recent mock drafts.
The Dallas Cowboys just saw their 2012 campaign end in the last week of the regular season once again, with quarterback Tony Romo directly in the eye of scrutiny due to his late-game decision-making. Possibly because of this, one of CBSSports.com's draft analysts is projecting a quarterback going to the Cowboys in the first round.
In his most recent mock, updated on Dec. 31, Rob Rang has Dallas selecting senior signal-caller Mike Glennon from North Carolina State with the 18th overall pick in the first round. In his senior season with the Wolfpack, Glennon threw for 4,031 yards, 31 touchdowns and 17 interceptions. He is the sixth-ranked quarterback prospect in the draft, according to CBSSports.com.
CBSSports.com's other draft guru Dane Brugler, on the other hand, sees the Cowboys going with senior guard Chance Warmack of the Alabama Crimson Tide with the same pick. Dallas's 36 sacks given up in the 2012 regular season was tied for 16th-most in the league with the Carolina Panthers and Cleveland Browns.