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InläggPostat: 2018-12-04 03:39:31    Rubrik: Cowboys news: The blame is spread everywher Svara med citat

e when discussing the Cowboys offense There’s plenty of blame to go around for the Cowboys’ offensive struggles – Calvin Watkins Cheap Christian Kirk Jersey , The AthleticA look a the Cowboys putrid offense spreads the blame around. Dak Prescott is a key target. The Morning After: Cowboys offense simply cannot do its job in Seattle – Bob Sturm, The AthleticTaking the Cowboys' front office to task for not coming up with better answers to the same offensive issues that plagued this team in the second half of 2017. Passing Game “Not Good Enough,” & Not One Issue - Rob Phillips, DallasCowboys.comJason Garrett’s thoughts on what went wrong Sunday against the Seahawks. Raiders, Texans headline NFL teams with early reason to panic - Adam Schein, NFL.comWe get a firm grasp of the obvious, including the Cowboys on a list of teams with reason to panic. Refocused, NFL Week 3: Seattle Seahawks 24, Dallas Cowboys 13 - PFF Analysis Team, Pro Football FocusUnlike most of us, the PFF crew managed to find some positives among the rubble from Sunday's loss. Time to overreact to NFL 2018 Week 3 - Dan Graziano, ESPN.comDo the Cowboys need to look for a quarterback in next year's NFL draft? Ezekiel Elliott -- My 'poor perfomance' cost Dallas Cowboys game - ESPN.comEzekiel Elliott's thoughts on his disappointing performance in week three. How soon is too soon to fire Jason Garrett after another wildly mediocre day by the Cowboys' passing attack? - Tim Cowlishaw, SportsDayThe knives are being sharpened and unless Jason Garrett turns things around - quickly and dramatically - the calls for his head will only increase. Tim Cowlishaw is first in what is sure to be a long line calling for an end to the Garrett era. For A Passing League, The NFL Still Doesn’t Pass Enough - Josh Hersmeyer, FiveThirtyEightUsing the 538 slide-rule, you can conclude NFL teams are running when they should be passing. Not surprisingly www.dallascowboysteamonline.com , our Cowboys are among the most stubborn in their dedication to rushing the ball against stacked fronts.As we should every week, let’s check in with @ScooterMagruder for his reactions to the team’s most recent fortunes. Also, check out the latest episode of The 75O.You won’t want to miss any of the BTB shows so just go ahead and save yourself some time by subscribing to our podcast feed.Subscribe using Apple (iTunes).Subscribe using Android devices. Jason Witten vividly remembers Tony Romo's return to the home of the Dallas Cowboys for the first time as a broadcaster last year after retiring as the storied franchise's all-time passing leader.Now it's the 15-year tight end's turn.Witten's move from the field to ESPN's "Monday Night Football" booth was a little more sudden and surprising than Romo's decision to join CBS after he had lost his job to Dak Prescott.The club's career leader in catches and games was still a starter when he left, and probably a little more beloved than his best friend and former quarterback. The fans figure to illustrate as much when the Cowboys (3-4) host the pro team from Witten's home state, the Tennessee Titans (3-4), on Monday night."It will certainly be emotional for me," Witten said. "Why wouldn't it be after 15 years and so many relationships inside that building with fans and teammates and management and coaches and all that stuff?"Unlike Romo, Witten had a ceremony to say goodbye in the spring after he had already started his offseason training at the team's facility. The announcement days before his 36th birthday came after the realization that it would be difficult for Witten turn down a chance to be one of the NFL's lead analysts.Also unlike Romo, Witten's transition has been rough. He's been criticized more than Romo, who was an instant hit by showing the ability to predict plays and has shown more an ability to connect with viewers.The most notable moment for Witten so far came when he slipped and said Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers had pulled "another rabbit out of his head" with a tying touchdown pass late in a 33-30 overtime win against San Francisco."I would never walk into something like that and say, 'Hey, I'm going to be on this level from minute one,'" Witten said. "I'm not going to be perfect but I think over time if you listen, you win them over by saying, 'Man, the guy is sharing a lot of football with us that we didn't necessarily know.'"I believe in myself. I believe I'll be good at it."Witten will have a friendly audience at AT&T Stadium Dallas Cowboys T-Shirt , regardless of whether people are watching from their devices in the stands."His leadership in the locker room and the practice field throughout games was off the charts and a great example for all of us how to go about your job," Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said. "A rare guy, a special guy we are all fortunate to have been around."The obvious question is whether Witten will hesitate to criticize Prescott, or Garrett, or any of the tight ends trying to replace him. Prescott thinks so."I expect Witten to be critical," said Prescott, who had Witten for his first two years in the league, both as the Dallas starter. "I tell the story about when I first came in, how tough he was on me then. So now I don't expect it to be any different."Witten kept his composure during his 15-minute retirement speech in May at team headquarters, about 35 miles from the stadium. It should be pretty easy to do the same when he's shown from the booth, mostly likely after a tribute video on the giant screen that hangs above the field."I think that's why when I made the decision back in May, why I put so much time into it, was because I knew once I did I wasn't going to allow myself or was going to try really hard not to get to the emotions of it all," Witten said. "Will it be different? Absolutely. Will be it be awkward going into that stadium? Of course it will be."Just as it was for Romo a year ago.
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