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    DAL 14, LAC 11: Cowboys Start Strong and Holding On at Halftime

    The Cowboys had a 14-3 lead at the end of the 1st Quarter and have done enough to still be up at halftime. Dallas goes into the break with 14-11 score over the Chargers in their Week 2 matchup in Los Angeles.

    Playing in front of what looks and sounds like a home crowd, Dallas broke a 20-game streak of not having a touchdown on their first possession when rushed into the endzone after a 15-play drive.

    The Chargers moved the ball well on their first possession but made an athletic interception to end the drive. Unfortunately, threw a pick to give the ball back to L.A. shortly after.

    After a Chargers field goal, Dallas again marched the field and this time it was who rushed it in for the score. Zeke and Pollard have combined for 78 rushing yards on 16 carries so far today.

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    Dallas surrendered a touchdown and 2-point conversion in the 2nd Quarter to see their lead narrow. Chargers WR Mike Williams is having little trouble against CB , who was one of the major problems for Dallas in last week's loss to Tampa Bay.

    It's been an even game mostly, both in playmaking and in , and the score reflects it. Hopefully the Cowboys can keep making enough plays to get their first win of the season.

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    Jess Haynie
    Jess Haynie
    Cowboys fan since 1992, blogger since 2011. Bringing you the objectivity of an outside perspective with the passion of a die-hard fan. I love to talk to my readers, so please comment on any article and I'll be sure to respond!

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    Jeff Tuugle

    I said before the draft and on draft day there was 2 players I wanted and 2 we should target. Horn and Slater. It’s early but everyone around league already talking about these two. Parsons may be ok. I wish they would beef him up and let him move to end. The big jump by Diggs is not happening. Getting smoked today but did have a pick. 6 in 14 games, although a couple last year were gifts. Still mighty young but due to the lack of speed we hear about so much I still wonder if he wouldn’t be a helluva SS.

    Cowboys fan

    Jeff…. Diggs isn’t the one getting smoked it’s Anthony Brown that’s getting smoked!! And I watch the NFL network every day and I haven’t heard a thing about Horn…. Except during the game against New Orleans, and that was pretty much for getting into an argument!! Slater has been getting talked about a lot, but I have to say that I’m glad we didn’t get him!! We didn’t need him, he would’ve been sitting on the bench and that’s not a good way to spend a first round draft pick!! The one I wish we would’ve gotten is Patrick Surtain…. He’s the one everybody is talking about, he’s coming along a lot faster and better than Horn is!! But we couldn’t get him or Horn for that matter!! So we got the next best thing, and that’s Micah Parsons!! And he’s being talked about more than any of the other guys!! And beefing him up and moving him to DE would be a mistake, he’s doing just fine the way he is!! He’s able to play everywhere in the front 7 at the size he is!! He played good at DE against the chargers and he is the best LB on our team, so why mess that up by beefing him up and moving him to DE!? That’s not a good idea!! Using him as a “Swiss army knife” and playing him everywhere is the best thing to do with him!!

    Cowboys fan

    And I forgot to mention…. Diggs did get beat against Keenan Allen, but he only got beat once that looked bad and by the end of the play he still almost caught up to Allen and tipped the ball!! And the only reason he got beat on that play is cause he slowed down not expecting Herbert to throw the ball in that direction!! Nobody expected him to throw the ball that way!! But like I said, when he did throw it Diggs still caught up to Allen and he was still able to tip the ball!! Allen was just lucky enough to still catch it!! So Diggs is fine, and he’s only gonna get better!! The corner we all need to worry about is Anthony Brown, he’s the one getting burned on every play!! After the way he was burned against Antonio Brown last week, I don’t understand why he’s still starting, but he is and he’s still getting burned!! So Anthony Brown is the one that needs to be replaced!! The way he’s been playing the last 2 games, he just needs to be cut!! I’m sure both of our rookie corners can play just as good as Brown has been, if not better!! So again, it’s not Diggs getting burned, it’s Anthony Brown!! Diggs will be just fine!!