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The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly for Cowboys Against Packers

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The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly For Cowboys Against Packers

The Dallas Cowboys unfortunately let yet another close game slip through their fingers in the final minutes yesterday afternoon against the Green Bay Packers. They just left too much time on the clock that allowed Aaron Rogers to lead his offense down the field for the go-ahead touchdown and secure the 35-31 Packers victory.

This was back to back weeks where the Cowboys looked to have the game secured, but failed to do enough to come away with the victory in the end. These are close games that they would've won a year ago, but have failed to do so so far this season. There is plenty of blame to go around, but in the end they win and lose as a team.

Losing to the Packers seems to hurt a little bit more for some reason. Maybe it's all of the controversial calls that have happened to the Cowboys in the past when these two teams meet or something else. But, one thing is for sure. The Packers seem to come out on top more times than not.

Before I get too far off track, let's jump into this week's edition of The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly for the Dallas Cowboys against the Green Bay Packers. As always, please feel free to provide your own thoughts and opinions in the comment section at the end of the article.

QB Dak Prescott

Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott

The Good

When the Dallas Cowboys lose, the blame typically lands on the shoulders of their starting quarterback. But, for all the criticism Dak Prescott has received this season, he had a fantastic performance against the Green Bay Packers Sunday afternoon.

That is why I think he is the good for this week.

Prescott accounted for four total touchdowns against the Green Bay Packers yesterday afternoon. He threw two TDs to Cole Beasley and another to Dez Bryant. He also rushed for a TD to put the Cowboys ahead with a little over a minute left in the game. Unfortunately, it wasn't enough.

I honestly believe Prescott was the better of the two QBs on the field yesterday afternoon, even though Aaron Rodgers got the victory.

Prescott threw for 251 yards and three touchdowns, and also accounted for 37 yards and a TD on the ground. It should've been enough to win the game, but the Cowboys defense continues to struggle.

Terrance Williams

Dallas Cowboys WR Terrance Williams

The Bad

It would've been way too easy to go with the Cowboys defense this week for the bad, but I think they actually did enough to win this game. Yes, you may think I'm crazy, but they actually didn't play too terribly bad. That is why I think Terrance Williams' tipped ball that resulted in an interception return for a touchdown for the Packers defense is the bad for this week.

We hear it preached by every coach around the NFL that whoever wins the turnover battle typically wins the game. Well, that's true for the Dallas Cowboys in back to back weeks, because turnovers likely resulted in them losing two close games they probably should've won.

Last week it was the muffed punt by Ryan Switzer, and this week it is Terrance Williams' inability to catch the ball with his hands.

I honestly believe if those two plays don't happen, the Dallas Cowboys end up winning both games. And yes, I do believe that one single play can have that much of an impact on the outcome of any game.

Anthony Brown

Dallas Cowboys CB Anthony Brown

The Ugly

The ugly for the Cowboys vs Packers for me was Anthony Brown's performance. While watching the game, I began to notice that whenever Aaron Rodgers needed a big play in the game, he tended to look Anthony Brown's direction. Unfortunately, it usually paid off.

I don't know what the deal is, but to me it looks as if Anthony Brown has regressed a little bit in his second year with the Dallas Cowboys.

His technique hasn't quite been as good as it was a season ago and he's just not playing with the confidence he showed last year. I think teams have noticed that as well, which is why he has been targeted more often.

The Cowboys coaching staff and Anthony Brown really need to analyze things during the bye week to see what the problem is. I don't know if he should lose his starting job just yet, but a healthy Chidobe Awuzie might be a better option if he can remain healthy.

What is your Good, Bad, and Ugly for the Cowboys against the Packers?



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  • Daniel Bollman

    Could
    n’t get a consistent pass rush, they need a true speed rusher to run down qbs like Rodgers. They had 4 sacks, but they don’t get pressure on most passes.That’s why teams keep converting on third down.
    Can’t stop the run, even though GB had a terrible o-line. Another ugly thing was the call on Mayowa after the sack by Lawrence. That was either a terrible call or just stupid play by 93

    • Brian Martin

      Daniel, I agree with everything you said. Lawrence has been pretty dominant, but wasn’t really as effective against the Packers. And I think the Mayowa call was a little of both…
      a terrible call by the referees and a stupid play by 93. There was no need to lead with his helmet there.

  • https://InsideTheStar.com/ Bryson Treece

    I was really impressed with Prescott in this game. I’ve seen flashes of it before but not until yesterday has he been so present the whole game, not this season. You could say he was against NYG but I’m placing less and less on that entire game after seeing just how badly the Giants are playing since then.

    One thing I’m seeing consistently with Prescott this season is his accuracy on deep balls. I think that may be his weakest ability right now. Either that or he and his wide outs are not on the same page, still. He overthrew Dez Bryant and Cole Beasley when both were open 30+ yards downfield, and under threw Williams deep. But he’s made similar throws to Brice Butler that were on target.

    But overall, good game by Dak. Should’ve been a W.

    • Brian Martin

      I completely agree about Prescott. I think we’ve only seen flashes so far because of the caliber of CBs he’s had to face thus far this season. I think he’s kind of hit and miss on his deep passes because of where he is when he throws them. I may be wrong, but I think the missed deep passes to Bryant and Beasley were thrown from the pocket, but the ones to Butler have been outside of the pocket.

      I would really like to see him have more opportunities to throw the ball outside of the pocket, where he will also be a threat with his legs. I think that is where he is at his best, but unfortunately he’s been asked to throw inside the pocket more this season. I’m really hoping Linehan will realize this and move the pocket more for Prescott once they return from their bye week.

  • Hector Espindola

    We badly need back Sean Lee and accept the growing pains of our DB’s. Don´t know if Irving´s return is enough, but with this defense no lead can last…

    • Brian Martin

      Sean Lee in the lineup would definitely make the defense a little bit better, but I don’t know if it would have changed the outcome of the last two games for the Cowboys. And unfortunately, we as a society have grown accustomed to instant gratification. A lot of Cowboys fans have failed to realize that this defense will take some time and there will be some bumps and bruises along the way. It’s still a work in progress.

      • Hector Espindola

        You are right and Lee wont be there that long with 31 years old and all his injuries. Hope in the meantime, Smith and/or Hitchens will fill his shoes. I would not discard the team drafts another LB.

        • Brian Martin

          The Dallas Cowboys are definitely going to have to draft a LB next year. Sean Lee isn’t getting any younger and Smith still needs more time to recuperate/develop. And unfortunately, Anthony Hitchens is a FA after the season. It wouldn’t surprise me if they draft one in the first few rounds.

  • Marvin Ferrell

    I think we are forgetting that after all this LInehan decided to pass the ball on 3rd down the drive before Rogers killed us. That was one of the worst play calls I’ve seen in terms of managing the game clock. He should have run the ball there. That would have left rogers with significantly less time to drive down the field and would have more likely than not resulted in the game going to at least OT. I think Scott is great and is my favorite offensive mind aside from maybe Andy Reed but this was a bad call in my opinion that contributed to the loss.

    • Brian Martin

      Marvin, if you have read any of my work before, and then you know that I’m not a big fan of Scott Linehan’s playcalling. I think he’s far too predictable. He has far too many weapons at his disposal to be that way and I’m really hoping he changes things up coming out of the bye week.

    • https://InsideTheStar.com/ Bryson Treece

      It was second down and that was a run-pass option, sir. That decision was on Dak. But I agree with you wholeheartedly otherwise; Linehan’s playcalling leaves much to be desired, including just how often he leaves Dak to call the play on run-pass options. Sometimes, the playcaller just needs to issue a play, you know?

      • Marvin Ferrell

        On run pass option plays my coach would always give us the option of making a read but he would still call the play. I’m assuming the Cowboys do something similar especially considering Garretts post game comments on the matter. Yes it was second down not third thanks for correcting that part.

  • Ray Smith

    Flakey coaching, bad defense and the tipped ball for TD doomed us.

    • Brian Martin

      I can’t disagree with any of that. I think the defense will get better as the season goes along, but I don’t think there is any fixing the flaky coaching or tipped ball for the TD.

  • Ray Smith

    Garrett and his staff have been out-coached for too many times especially by lack of poor half time adjustments.

    • Brian Martin

      It certainly seems that way. To me, I think it looks as if once I get the lead they kind of start coasting instead of keeping their foot on the gas.

  • Hobbes49

    Dak was the good, with a shout to Zeke in the 4th quarter. (maybe back to himself finally?)

    Terrence Williams was the bad, he has two perfectly good hands, using them to make catches in traffic would be a good plan.

    Linebackers were the ugly, they were terrible from start to finish, got gashed run after run, did not help contain Rodgers at all, and HItchens (although first game back I hate to judge too harshly) had a terrible penalty that extended a drive. Truly amazing just how much Sean Lee means to this defense.

    Anthony Brown is looking bad right now, and I did not hear Maliek Collin’s name once yesterday, that can’t happen. I know you can only get so far without great players, but it really seems to me that Marinelli is at the end of his rope in Dallas. He has some guys that can play now, but the level of the defense never seems to change from year to year. I understand a young secondary is a major issue, but we have at least the semblance of a pass rush now, although still inconsistent, and guys like Brown, and Damien Wilson have regressed. Some of that has to be on Marinelli, right? Not saying a new DC instantly makes things better, I am just starting to think a new direction might be better for now and the future.

    • Brian Martin

      I agree with you about Prescott and Elliott. Elliott is finally starting to look like his old self, but he’s not quite there yet.

      I completely agree with you about the LBs. Smith just doesn’t look right and isn’t ready to start right now. Sean Lee being out really hurts the entire defense. It’s sad how much the defense relies on a 31-year-old. I’m going to give the benefit of the doubt to Hitchens that he was just rusty, but his play needs to improve and quickly.

      Anthony Brown certainly looks like he has regressed and I could say the same thing for Collins. But, D Lawrence has credited Collins’ play for why he has been free to get after the QB. So, who knows?

      And I’m starting to agree with you about Marinelli. I don’t know if his scheme is just too simplistic or if the game has passed him by, but something definitely needs to change. Hopefully he will use the bye week to analyze the entire defense.

  • Fatfan

    Anthony Brown was bad…has been struggling all year; but it was EXTEREMELY noticeable this game, even worse, the right side of the D Line…can they stop the run AT ALL?! ridiculous! That;s really where they lost this game.
    Terrance Williams…gee whiz man. I’ve always been behind him…Baylor U favoritism on my part; but we cannot have yo (and Dez) as the primary wideouts dropping high-school catchable passes. time to see Noah Brown on a more regular basis…and I cannot wait to see Rico Gathers. Use either of them as pass receivers, I don’t care IF rico is officially designated as a TE. I have a feeling that most cbs right now will not dominate them.

    • Brian Martin

      Anthony Brown has been pretty bad this season. I thought I was just reading too much into it, but it really showed up this week. The WRs really do need to step up their game. Way too many dropped passes. I would also love to see more of Noah Brown.

  • Fatfan

    Oh, and the wrong DE got hurt, it should’ve been Taco, he needs a red-shirt year anyhow. I sure was hoping to see Tapper get some playing time. Maybe he could hold the edge on the opponents run on that side… no one else could. Dadburn Ridiculous!

    • Brian Martin

      I agree with you about Tapper. I thought he would be a difference maker this season.

  • Charles

    I think everyone is quick to immediately blame the defense. No one is talking about the fact that in the last 2 weeks that we have scored 6 and 10 second half points. Way to many 3 and outs this year.

    • Brian Martin

      It’s true that the Cowboys offense hasn’t been as effective in the second half as they have been in the first, but they are still putting up 30+ points a game which should be enough to win. There’s plenty of blame to go around, but the offense is the least of my concern.

  • http://Inside%20The%20Star Fatfan

    It’d be nice if the O would score more in the 2nd half of games. that might be more likely if the D could get a stop, get off of the field, and get the ball back to the offense

  • Guy Charles

    Good… offensive is getting better each game. Bad… Terrance Williams had an awful game. The Ugly… Jeff Heath is killing this Bend and Always Broken old antiquated Marinelli defense. How could he not know to cheat to the outside and help #27 on Rodger’s 2nd back shoulder fade attempt.

    • Brian Martin

      Guy, I completely agree with you about Jeff Heath. I was dumbfounded that they were allowing Lewis to cover Adams one-on-one without anybody playing overtop down there in the red zone. It was a huge mistake that cost them the game.

  • Russ_Te

    Shakeups are ahead for the bye week, almost certainly. While Irving portends for a boost in the pass rush, this secondary still has to start turning corners. Lewis and Woods have earned more reps. Heath has earned fewer, and I’ll have to take your cue Brian on Anthony Brown. But the unit has to get better if there is any chance for contention this year.

    As I mentioned I did not like Terrance Williams’ effort at all on the 4th down play against the Rams where – 3 of them, not the 2 it should have been – stopped Elliott a yard short. Anyone can muff a pass catch, but I’m looking at how Butler is getting open deep and I’m ready to exchange TWill for commensurate value.

    The team can go either way now. It’s a bad moon and that’s all on Garrett to turn the tables on. I don’t know if this team is 6-10 or a 10-6 playoff team.

    • Brian Martin

      I agree with everything you said Russ. I think there will be some roster shakeups when the Cowboys take on the 49ers after their bye week. Butler certainly deserves more playing time and if it was up to me I would get Noah Brown on the field more often also. I think Brown can do all of the dirty work Williams gets credit for and also possibly be a more reliable WR.

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#DALvsCIN: Bengals DL Gives Cowboys OL Formidable Test

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During their preseason opener, the Dallas Cowboys offensive line faced its first test of the season. The young, athletic, and downright talented defensive line of the 49ers gave the Cowboys starting five a chance to gauge their offseason progress thus far.

I'd say the starting group passed the test, while the backups and depth players looked a bit more shaky. The good thing about football, though, is that they get a shot to do it all again this Saturday.

This week's opponent, the Cincinatti Bengals, feature some serious talent upfront. Defensive tackle Geno Atkins is one of the best interior defenders in all of football, terrorizing centers and guards since he entered the league.Carl Lawson, Auburn

On the edge is one of my 2017 draft favorites, Carl Lawson. Lawson was a draft target of mine for the Cowboys, but it appears the entire league missed on the stud edge rusher during that draft. During his rookie season a year ago, Lawson racked up 8.5 sacks and looked like the best rookie rusher in all of football. It's rare that a rookie defensive end tallies the sack total that Lawson did in 2017, but then again, Lawson is a rare type of player.

Opposite of Carl Lawson is veteran pass rusher Carlos Dunlap. Together, Atkins and Dunlap have been one of the more dangerous pass rush duos for quite some time, but the additions of Lawson and Jordan Willis make them an incredibly impressive group.

During the Bengals' preseason opener against the Chicago Bears, their defensive line looked to be in midseason form.

Though Geno Atkins had the team's only sack, the trio of Atkins, Lawson, and Dunlap looked as prolific as ever.

This deep and talented defensive line is a more-than worthy test for the Cowboys this Saturday. Rookie Connor Williams will likely have to block Geno Atkins at some point, and though he looked promising against the 49ers, this week presents a whole different challenge.

Many now expect veteran center Travis Frederick to miss Saturday's game as well, due to his shoulder troubles during training camp. If Frederick were to miss the start, Joe Looney would be thrown into the first against this first team defensive front of the Bengals.

A rookie at left guard and Looney at center might not be the best ingredients against Geno Atkins and company, but it'll be what they have to roll with.

Still, Saturday will give us another chance to see what the 2018 Dallas Cowboys offensive line is all about.



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Film Review: Connor Williams Overall Impressive In Preseason Debut

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Film Review: Connor Williams Overall Impressive In Preseason Debut

The collapse of the 2017 Dallas Cowboys can be, in large part, attributed to the collapse of their offensive line. When left tackle Tyron Smith was forced to miss time with various injuries, neither Chaz Green nor Byron Bell could get the job done in his place. Not only were these two replacements unsatisfactory, however, they were disastrous.

From the beginning of the 2017 season the Cowboys had a problem at left guard as well. With Ronald Leary departing for Denver and La'el Collins replacing Doug Free at right tackle, the left guard spot was left to an open competition between Jonathan Cooper and Chaz Green. Quite frankly, neither was impressive.

As a result Dak Prescott's sophomore season was nowhere near as fun or remarkable as his rookie season, and the Cowboys faltered down the stretch as a team. Trying to rectify these issues, Dallas drafted Texas offensive lineman Connor Williams in the second round of last year's draft.

Though it could be argued that, on paper, the Cowboys had more pressing needs than their All-Pro filled offensive line, adding a player like Connor Williams was exactly what this team needed to do if it wanted to emulate its 2016 success.

So, through one preseason game, how does the rookie look? Let's take to the film to decide just how good (or bad) Connor Williams was in his debut.

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Let's begin with the bad. Really the only completely poor rep of the night for Connor Williams came on the first drive of the game. Williams is working against former first round pick DeForest Buckner here. Buckner, lined up as the 3 technique over Williams' outside shoulder, knows he is in a one-on-one situation with the rookie.

Buckner immediately swipes Williams' hands down, quickly flipping his hips and getting upfield. Besides not getting a strong enough punch, Williams' biggest mistake is that he stops his feet on contact. This allows Buckner to get him off balance, forcing Williams to bend at the waist and look lost.

Buckner then blows by him for the easy quarterback hit.

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Later on the same drive we see Williams struggle to execute a reach block. Once again Williams is faced with a 3-technique, this time defensive tackle Sheldon Day. Day gets a great get-off, beating Williams initially with his first step. Day then does a great job of stoning Williams' playside shoulder and redirecting the running back.

This is another example of Connor Williams needing to increase his play strength and speed a bit. Multiple Cowboys reporters at training camp have mentioned these issues with Williams' game, and they flashed on tape during this rep.

Thankfully for both Connor Williams and the Cowboys, things only went uphill from here.

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On Dak Prescott's touchdown pass to Michael Gallup we see Connor Williams correct everything he had wrong earlier.

Williams comes out of his stance square, delivers a solid punch, and stones the defensive lineman at the line of scrimmage. Williams stays strong with his hands even as the defender attempts to swipe them down as Buckner successfully did earlier.

He allows for no interior pass rush and keeps Prescott's vision clear down the field.

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Earlier on the same drive we see Connor Williams work well off a double team and on to the second level. Williams delivers a solid punch to the 1-technique on the inside of him, allowing Travis Frederick plenty of time to overtake the man and drive him back.

What's most impressive, though, is how Williams keeps his shoulders square and his eyes on the second level the entire time. He never buries his head or over-commits to the down lineman, allowing himself to be an athlete and help spring Rod Smith for a nice gain.

Despite some legit reasons for concern about Williams' game, I do believe he will be fine moving forward. Connor Williams is an excellent plug and play left guard who provides some tackle depth as well, and is a vital addition to the Cowboys 2018 offense. His debut performance gives all of us even more reasons to be excited about this offensive line.



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What We May Have Learned From the Cowboys Week 1 Preseason Loss

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The Dallas Cowboys unfortunately came out on the losing end of the battle in their first preseason contest against the San Francisco 49ers, despite pretty much dominating the majority of the game. The good news is it was just an exhibition game and means relatively nothing in regards to the upcoming 2018 season.

Last week was the first chance for a lot of us to see what this years Dallas Cowboys team could possibly look like. There was a lot of roster turnover this offseason, which means there were quite a few new faces on the field for the Cowboys Thursday night. But, I can't say that I was disappointed in what I saw, at least so far.

Now that I've had time to study and evaluate the Dallas Cowboys game against the 49ers, I wanted to share with all of you some of the things we may have learned. Up until this point we were left speculating about certain things, but I think the picture is much clearer now.

To keep myself from going overboard here, I decided to narrow it down to just five things I think we may have learned about the 2018 Dallas Cowboys last Thursday night. Continue to read below to see what they are.

✭ Rookie WR Michael Gallup the Real Deal✭

Michael Gallup

Dallas Cowboys WR Michael Gallup

With so much unknown surrounding the Dallas Cowboys wide receiver position, it was really good to see rookie WR Michael Gallup play well against the San Francisco 49ers Thursday night. Despite being a rookie, Gallup looked like the best WR on the field for either team. I don't believe I'm exaggerating the slightest either.

The highlight of the game might have been when he and Quarterback Dak Prescott were able to hook up on a 30 yard touchdown pass to close out the Cowboys first offensive series. Gallup might have scored a second TD later in the game if QB Cooper Rush's pass wouldn't have been under thrown. But, that's neither here nor there now. If Gallup continues to play like he did Thursday night, he could easily be the Cowboys top WR in 2018.

✭ Blake Jarwin Favorite to Replace Jason Witten✭

Blake Jarwin and Geoff Swaim

Dallas Cowboys TEs Blake Jarwin and Geoff Swaim

Geoff Swaim may have gotten the start and provided some good blocking Thursday night against the 49ers, but it was Blake Jarwin who may have ended up becoming the favorite to replace Jason Witten this season. Out of all of the options in the receiving game for the Dallas Cowboys, it was Jarwin who was on the receiving end of Dak Prescott's first pass of the game. And, if he hadn't had stepped out of bounds later in the game he would've found himself in the end zone.

Now, it's a little early in the process to claim Jarwin as the victor in the Cowboys TE competition, but he was able to carry over what he's been doing in practice into the game. That's no small feat to accomplish. I'm sure we'll see some of the other TEs on the roster receive opportunities to prove themselves, but for now, it's looking as if it could be Blake Jarwin's job to lose.

✭ Tavon Austin More Than a "Gadget" Player✭

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Dallas Cowboys RBs Ezekiel Elliott and Tavon Austin

When the Dallas Cowboys traded for Tavon Austin earlier in the offseason no one really knew exactly what kind of offensive role they had in mind for him. Since arriving in Dallas, Austin has been described as a "web-back", but that made things even more confusing because it sounded like a made up position. The only thing anybody really knew is that Austin has been mostly a "gadget" player since entering the NFL.

I know it was just Week 1 of the preseason, but if Thursday night was any indication of how the Cowboys plan to use Austin, then he will be more than a "gadget" player this season. Austin didn't line up in the backfield or receive any handoffs. He didn't even return any punts or kickoffs against the 49ers. The only thing he did do was lineup at WR and run routes. His role could change and expand later, but it looks as if he will be more involved offensively than we had originally thought.

✭ DE Taco Charlton Looks Much Improved in Year 2✭

Taco Charlton

Dallas Cowboys DE Taco Charlton

The Dallas Cowboys defense may not have recorded a single quarterback sack Thursday night against the San Francisco 49ers, but they did put consistent pressure on the opposing QBs. One of those pass rushers to consistently pressure the QB was the Cowboys second-year Defensive End Taco Charlton, who looks like an entirely different player this year. He was getting after the QB, making tackles, and deflecting passes.

Charlton is starting to look more and more like the first-round draft pick the Cowboys were hoping he would be last year. He looks bigger, stronger, faster, and more technique sound than he did a season ago, which should be good news for the pass rush this season. He also showed that his knowledge of the game has improved. Last season he would've been fooled by some of those bootlegs, but it doesn't look to be the case now.

✭LB Depth No Longer a Concern✭

Joe Thomas

Dallas Cowboys LB Joe Thomas

The Dallas Cowboys played the entire game against the 49ers Thursday night without Sean Lee, their best defensive player. Unfortunately, it may have provided a glimpse of what we could see at some point during the 2018 season since #50 has a problem of remaining healthy. The good news is, it looks like the Cowboys have covered themselves for such scenario.

Yes, all eyes were on Jaylon Smith and Leighton Vander Esch against the 49ers Thursday night, and rightfully so. Both players didn't do anything to disappoint, but it was the Cowboys free agent addition, Joe Thomas, who stole the show. Thomas was filling in for Sean Lee and did an outstanding job doing so. He was all over the field and even ended up getting an interception off a Kavon Frazier deflection. The way all the Cowboys LBs played should ease any concerns with the depth of the position heading into the 2018 season.

What stood out for you in the Dallas Cowboys game against the 49ers?



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