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Ep #18: Reviewing Cowboys at Chargers & Standout Performances

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With the first week of the Cowboys preseason in the books, we just couldn’t help ourselves. We HAD to talk about it the whole show.

  • So that’s the first part of the show; Bobby, Bryson, and Jared discussing and analyzing the game in general.
  • But we got a little more into the play at quarterback. Brandon Weeden played like, well… Brandon Weeden and Dustin Vaughan had a much better showing than last year, but was it enough to warrant coaches looking at carrying just two QBs on the 53-man roster this year? We had some thoughts on that.
  • Then we shifted focus over to the running backs. As if we haven’t spent enough time on that position lately, right? But the top three backs didn’t play a single snap verses San Diego, so that left us watching rookie Gus Johnson for most of the game until Lache Seastrunk came in to finish it out. We all had something to say about these guys, but Bobby goes a step further and says something about you, Cowboys Fans. Don’t miss it.

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Written by Bobby Belt

Bobby has served as host of Cowboys Cast since its inception in the spring of 2015. He’s a veteran of the radio industry and has worked on numerous nationally syndicated talk programs as both a technical director and producer. A lifelong Cowboys fan and pseudo-historian of the team, Bobby has built up an extensive collection over the years of original game broadcasts from the 70s, 80s, and 90s. His knowledge of the game and the Dallas Cowboys team make him the Cowboys Cast resident Cowboys Historian.

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