Cowboys Wishlist: Dallas Cowboys @ San Francisco 49ers

The Dallas are back on the gridiron for the first time in months. At least for our eyes to see. After all, they’ve been hard at work since late July in , California. But even still, football is back. And despite it’s only football, we couldn’t be more excited about it. To kick things off, we start the ’s “Cowboys Wishlist” series with what I want to see the most from the Cowboys matchup versus the San Francisco 49ers!

Let me know what your wishes are in the comments section below or tweet me @MauNFL!

Tony Pollard is Just What the Doctor Ordered in Dallas

Wish #1: Tony Pollard Shines as a Three-Down RB

Throughout the , we’ve talked a lot about the Cowboys fifth-round pick, Tony Pollard. In Memphis, he was a versatile weapon that could do more than run the football. He was used in the a lot, averaging over 12 yards per completion, and in .

While many are excited about what he can do in the passing game and lining up in many different places, I want to see him run the football well. Outside the tackles, between the tackles, making contact and such. I want to know he can be a solid starting running back if ’s goes longer than expected.

Wish #2: Cooper Rush Takes Us Back to 2017 Preseason

Cooper Rush had more than impressed in his first NFL preseason. A year after watching tear the league apart as a signal-caller, it seemed like the Cowboys might’ve stumbled upon another young quality . Not only that, but in undrafted !

In 2018, Rush didn’t look as good. He wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t Cooper Rush. Heading into 2019, the Cowboys haven’t seen any backup QB rise as a definite #2 and it would sure be nice to see Rush rise up to the occasion. At this point, we’ve seen more from him than from .

Dorance Armstrong
DE Dorance Armstrong

Wish #3: Dorance Armstrong Dominates At RDE

might’ve overcome an , but a two-game will keep him off the field for a while. With also out of the picture, many young players will have a unique chance to step up and earn the starting job, even though it might be a temporary gig.

Dorance Armstrong has had a strong and I wouldn’t be surprised to see him emerge over guys like and .

I wish he dominates the trenches and makes us feel a bit relieved after hearing about Armstrong’s suspension.

#SFvsDAL: WR Jon'Vea Johnson Has A Chance To Separate Himself

Wish #4: Jon’Vea Johnson Backs Up Offseason Hype

I feel like we’ve seen this story too many times. A young dominates training camp and gets us all excited about his chances to make the only to end up in the . Think . Jon’Vea Johnson, an undrafted rookie, might be that guy this year. But then again, he might not.

I want to see him back up all of the offseason hype that has surrounded him on the field tonight. Get a handful of catches and show us what he can do in NFL action.

Meet Brett Maher, the Cowboys Kicker Replacing Dan Bailey for 2018
Dallas Cowboys K Brett Maher (Shanna Lockwood / USA TODAY Sports)

Wish #5: Brett Maher  Goes 100% on All Kicks

Brett Maher seems to be on his way to earn the starting role in undisputed fashion. He hasn’t been perfect in camp, as reporters have talked about him going 5-for-6 and marks of the sort. When he kicks that football versus the 49ers, I want him to nail all of them.

If he can mix in a long-range kick, it would only be better. But I want to see him be consistent and not only kick the long bomb.

Tell me what you think about “Cowboys Wishlist: Dallas Cowboys @ San Francisco 49ers” in the comments below, or tweet me @MauNFL and let’s talk football! If you like football and are looking for a Dallas Cowboys show in Spanish, don’t miss my weekly Facebook Live! show, Primero Cowboys!

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Written by Mauricio Rodriguez

I love to write, I love football and I love the Dallas Cowboys. I've been rooting for America's team all the way from Mexico ever since I can remember. If you want to talk football, I'm in... You'll find me at @MauNFL.

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