Marcus Spears records Stephen A. admitting the Cowboys improved the most in the draft | First Take

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    Marcus Spears records Stephen A. admitting the Cowboys improved the most in the draft | First Take

    Stephen A. Smith, Max Kellerman and Marcus Spears discuss which NFC East team improved the most following the 2021 NFL Draft.

    0:00 Molly Qerim Rose reads the first round draft picks headed to the NFC East.

    0:55 Stephen A. Smith regretfully makes a case that the Cowboys improved the most from the draft.

    4:00 Max Kellerman says the Washington Football team improved by drafting linebacker Jamin Davis in the first round.

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