Can we expect to see a version close to the Cowboys offense in New York next season with Jason Garrett taking over as offensive coordinator?- ROBERT TERRY / CLINTON, MD
David: I guess it will sound familiar to you, but you also have to remember that it has been a long time since Jason Garrett has committed an offense. He hasn't played a game since 2013, and Scott Linehan and Kellen Moore each made their mark on things during that time. But yes, if I were to guess, it will likely build on many of the concepts that we have become familiar with over the years.
Lindsay: It is fascinating to see how this league is just a continuous rotation of coaches who mesh together what they have known, mastered and learned. If you have joined a new team, you will bring what you thought were your best and most successful concepts. I see Ezekiel Elliott and Saquon Barkley as the most reflected pieces of the Cowboys and Giants offenses, so it's probably safe to start there.
Do you think Thaddeus Moss would be perfect for TE for the Cowboys? What turn would you aim for?- MATTHEW GARRITY / KENNEWICK, WA
David: Another interesting thing about the change in coaching. Under the previous regime, I would have said absolutely not. Moss is an adequate blocker, but it is not as well balanced as previous staff would have preferred. Under Mike McCarthy, however, the Cowboys may be a little more willing to give up the blocking ability in favor of the ability to play. Moss has good roads and big hands. If he's still there in the third or fourth round, I would be happy to fish him out.
Lindsay: I mean, my buddy Dave is an LSU graduate and recent natty champion, so I'm going with his opinion. But for what it's worth, I've been calling for a high-end draft pick for four seasons now. I understand that the choice must be fair, but I think a dynamic, fast, long and dominant tight turn changes the game. Moss isn't exactly that, but hey - with 20 new coaches, things are about to happen to really change here.