A A A
Avatar

Please consider registering
Guest

sp_LogInOut Log In sp_Registration Register

Register | Lost password?
Advanced Search

— Forum Scope —






— Match —





— Forum Options —





Minimum search word length is 3 characters - maximum search word length is 84 characters

sp_Feed sp_Print sp_TopicIcon
Youth Jaylon Smith Jersey
No permission to create posts
January 11, 2019
9:29 pm
Avatar
linchao
Member
Members
Forum Posts: 26
Member Since:
November 5, 2018
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
Will seven be the lucky number for Dak Prescott and the Cowboys offense? The Dallas Cowboys are trying to do everything they can to revamp their receiving group. With an offseason filled with additions and subtractions http://www.cowboyscheapauthent…..rsey-cheap , the team is certainly taking a different approach in how they go about putting together their roster. While we all debated about which five guys would make the cut, the team ultimately ended up rolling with six wide receivers:Cole BeasleyTerrance WilliamsAllen HurnsMichael GallupTavon AustinDeonte ThompsonAnd let’s not forget that they still have second-year receiver Noah Brown on injured reserve.Now, the Cowboys are adding a seventh wide receiver to the team as Brice Butler is re-joining the band. But the addition of Butler doesn’t exactly have fans jumping out of their seat. In his five years in the league, he’s caught 73 passes for 1,177 yards with eight touchdowns. He averaged just over a catch a game with the Cowboys so it’s not like he’s going to be a big difference-maker.Butler gives the team another deep option, which let’s face it – the Cowboys desperately need so they are able to attack down the field. In two of his three seasons with Dallas, he’s averaged over 21 yards per catch, which indicates what type of role he can have on this team.So, is seven the lucky number when it comes to success for the Cowboys passing attack? Well, when it comes to yards per attempt for Dak Prescott, seven is definitely the magic number. The Cowboys have never lost a regular season game when Dak averages over seven yards per attempt. They are a perfect 18-0. This speaks to the importance of being able to throw the ball down the field.That’s where Butler’s services will come in handy. He has a good rapport with Prescott already and can step in and help stretch the field. He has the speed to get down the field and the length to go up and get if Dak gives it the old heave-ho. It’s a formula that has worked in the past.But the signing of Butler isn’t necessarily the answer to the Cowboys passing attack as the team is still trying to sort that out. While seven may be lucky in some ways, eight might be the real lucky number. As in…eight different players catching the ball for Dak.The Cowboys have a good sample of winning with Prescott under center when he’s been able to spread the ball around to at least eight different players. Last year, he wasn’t able to do that as he was targeting Dez Bryant too much. And so far this season, he’s fell just short as well.In each of the first two games, he’s only hit seven. You’d think with six receivers being active and Ezekiel Elliott good for at least one catch, it wouldn’t be too hard to reach eight different guys. In Week 1 against the Carolina Panthers Youth Byron Jones Jersey , Geoff Swaim caught a pass, but Tavon Austin was the odd-man out for the receivers as he never caught a pass. On Sunday against the New York Giants, the Cowboys made sure to get Austin involved and all six receivers caught a pass. Only this time, not a single tight end had a reception.That’s not to say the Cowboys are going to keep all seven receivers active (they might though) and that everyone’s getting a little love from Dak. But what it’s saying is the coaching staff recognizes this unit as a work in progress and they are being diligent in trying to get better. That didn’t mean they were going to panic and make a move for Josh Gordon, but they’re always churning.It’s not always easy to have faith in this organization when it comes to roster moves as they’ve made some really questionable decisions recently, but let’s not forget the track record this front office has. Many of us got scared when they remodeled the secondary and that group keeps getting better with each new day. Byron Jones and Chidobe Awuzie are flat-out outstanding and nobody seems to worried about Jeff Heath and Kavon Frazier holding down the fort at safety. In fact all the head scratching, Jaylon-drafting, Taco-picking decisions the team has made in recent years is starting to look pretty darn good. I’d say they’ve earned the right to be given the benefit of the doubt with what they’re doing with their receivers. Let’s see where this goes. The Dallas Cowboys had a perfect opportunity to take the lead of the NFC East on Sunday, but that honor will now go to the Washington Redskins who were able to hold off a late-game comeback and win 20-17. That’s going to make for a long bye week. Here are 10 thoughts on this very unsettling Sunday defeat to the Redskins.1. Jeckyl and Hyde PrescottI used to call Tony Romo a Jeckyl and Hyde quarterback because he could be so bad at times, yet then be so good. And sometimes within the same game (see Buffalo 2007). Well, this was one of those games for Dak Prescott.Like with every game, I’m sure there are going to be some plays where Dak would love to have back once he sees the tape. Tony Romo pointed out one of these plays late in the fourth quarter.Photo courtesy of NFL Game PassDak would also fumble away the ball twice in the game. After a spin move gifted the Redskins an easy touchdown, putting them up 20-10, that looked like the nail in the coffin. But Dak would keep fighting. He would make some good throws down the stretch and put it all out there when he lunged for a touchdown late in the game. The great thing about this play is that he was smart to understand that this play could not end in the field of play where the clock would keep running. It had to be incomplete or something in the end zone. Dak took the risk when he took off running, but he finished strong.2. Zeke shutdown againNobody expected it to be easy running against the Redskins stout run defense, but man did they do a great job shutting down the Cowboys star running back. Ezekiel Elliott rushed for only 33 yards on 15 carries for a mesmerizing 2.2 yards per carry. Elliott has only been held under 80 yards six times in his career Cheap Demarcus Lawrence Jersey , but four of them have been this season. That’s alarming. His 33-yard performance against Washington is the second-worst of his career, trailing only the miserable eight-yard performance against Denver last season.It’s a wonder the team even had a chance to be in this game with Elliott being contained as much as he was. The blocking wasn’t very good and Zeke really never had a fighting chance. You have to give the Redskins credit for doing such a great job, but the Cowboys are going to have real problems if Elliott is taken out of the game like that.3. Costly penalties by the offensive lineThe Cowboys didn’t have a lot of splash plays in the game, so it was frustrating when we witnessed some of them get called back due to a holding penalty by the offensive line. Three times Dallas would have a first down play come back when the offensive line would get flagged. And they weren’t “touchy” calls either. In some cases, the Cowboys blockers were grabbing the Redskins rushers by the neck.4. The ageless PetersonAdrian Peterson ran for 99 yards on the day and it took him 24 carries to get there. It wasn’t flashy, but it was effective. This was about par for the course for Peterson who has been the Redskins grinder in the running game this season. It was his fourth game over 90 yards on the year.It really wasn’t anything explosive. The Redskins would pull their guards and get blockers to the second level. Peterson had giant holes to run through.It was surprising to see the Redskins run so effectively considering the Cowboys had Sean Lee back on the field. With Lee, Jaylon Smith, and Leighton Vander Esch there to attack ball carriers, I was expecting the Redskins ground game to be contained better than it was.5. An unlikely targetThe idea of targeting tight end Geoff Swaim was starting to grow on me. In his first year in his new role, he’s done a great job making some good chunk plays this season. So I was a little surprised when the team activated rookie tight end Dalton Schultz for this game. I was even more surprised that he’d get as many targets as Swaim on Sunday.I’m really not a fan of all this dump-off stuff that Prescott does and having another tight end running routes short of the first-down marker is not my favorite thing to watch. And it further frustrates me to see passes bounce off of Schultz’ hands. Surely, he can’t be high on Prescott’s targets through his progressions, right? It feels like Dak makes his mind up too early at times where he’s going and for him to look Schultz so quickly seems to validate such.6. A surprising targetHow do you supplement the production left by the absence of Tavon Austin? Well, his workload isn’t much, but you got to get it somehow. Dak’s longest passing play of the season came in Week 2 when he found Austin for a 64-yards touchdown. He had his second-longest on Sunday when he hit Michael Gallup for a 49-yard touchdown. It was the rookie’s first touchdown of the year and this one really counted.The Cowboys had Gallup come through as the deep threat and they used the spunky Cole Beasley to handle punt return duties, but what about the jet sweep? The Cowboys called cornerback Jourdan Lewis’ number for that one. He got one shot and turned it into a seven-yard gain. 7. A squandered defensive effortWhile the Cowboys offense remains inconsistent, the defense has proven themselves to be very reliable. It’s hard to win games on the road Youth Jaylon Smith Jersey , but the defense is doing all they can to give their team a chance to leave town with a victory.Why is that exactly? Well, the Cowboys offense has yet to score over 17 points on the road this year. Ezekiel Elliott agrees…8. Faith in the defenseWhen the Cowboys pulled within three with a minute in a half left, Jason Garrett had a tough decision – go with an onside kick or kick away and hope your defense makes a stop. One first down is all it would take to put the Cowboys away.Garrett chose to kick it away and trust his defense. That decision didn’t end well a couple weeks ago against the Houston Texans, but it worked this time. The Cowboys defense stuffed the run on two-straight plays and then Sean Lee chased down Alex Smith on a key third down stop.The Cowboys offense got the ball back and drove down the field, but then something terrible happened.9. Costly infractionCowboys long-snapper L.P. Ladouceur is in his 14th season in the league and had never made a mistake…until Sunday. Ladouceur got called for a snap infraction when he made a motion as if he was going to snap the ball, drawing the Redskins defense offsides. I thought the flag was going to be on Washington and give Cowboys kicker Brett Maher and extra five yards to work with, but it ended up going the other direction. And boy, did that turn out to bite them.After missing the first kick of his career, Maher had made 16 consecutive kicks. He hasn’t missed a kick under 50 yards all season. After the snap infraction penalty, the field goal attempt went from 47 yards to 52 yards and the extra distance ended up coming into play as the kick would doink off the goal post.You decide…10. The NFC East is still wide openIt doesn’t take the sting away mentioning that other teams in the division are losing games too, but the reality is – that’s what’s happening. The New York Giants aren’t anything to worry about and the Philadelphia Eagles choked away a 17-0 lead to the Carolina Panthers. Washington now holds a 1.5 game lead over both Dallas and Philadelphia for the lead, but it’s hard believing they are good enough to keep things rolling.That means the fight is still ongoing. Custom New Orleans Saints Jerseys 
Forum Timezone: America/Detroit

Most Users Ever Online: 8

Currently Online:
1 Guest(s)

Currently Browsing this Page:
1 Guest(s)

Top Posters:

linchao: 26

huangjian123: 12

HarryJenkins: 9

Somne: 4

Assx: 2

blinded: 2

laiyongcai92: 1

Kagem: 1

.plaid: 1

techd84: 1

Member Stats:

Guest Posters: 0

Members: 165

Moderators: 0

Admins: 2

Forum Stats:

Groups: 3

Forums: 10

Topics: 65

Posts: 81

Newest Members:

ValentaInoky, laiyongcai92, Nikitatper, Portablezal, moume, ArthurIcold, huangjian123, ThomasPap, petersevruk, Bedroomvorma

Administrators: admin: 0, Kilmanagh: 20