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Blogging The Boys Sep 24, 2017
Cowboys News: Is Dez Bryant no longer an elite receiver?

Cowboys News: Is Dez Bryant no longer an elite receiver?

All the latest Cowboys headlines conveniently summarized for your reading pleasure. Inconvenient truth: Dallas lacks an elite receiver - Bucky Brooks, NFL.comNo Cowboys fan wants to admit it, but Dez Bryant is no longer a top-notch WR1, Bucky Brooks explains. Studying the All-22 Coaches Film, I see that Bryant primarily runs three routes from an out-wide alignment: slants, go-routes and digs/crossers. He uses his superior strength and length to push off or separate from defenders at the top of routes. Bryant's lack of polish on intermediate routes prevents him from being an integral part...
Blogging The Boys Sep 20, 2017
Cowboys News: Dak Prescott will bounce back from Sunday’s loss, but will rest of offense?

Cowboys News: Dak Prescott will bounce back from Sunday’s loss, but will rest of offense?

Summary of the latest Cowboys headlines. Any Given Sunday: Broncos Over Cowboys - Rivers McCown, Football Outsiders Interesting take. It’s not only about the Dallas offense. Despite the pick-six, I don't know if it's fair to say that Prescott had a horrendous game. He had some nice throws. It's just that this is a ridiculously good pass defense, and they appeared to be in Prescott's head from the beginning. Dallas' passing game is mainly fueled by just how good and efficient Dez Bryant can be. With Bryant catching just seven of 16 targets for 59 yards, the Cowboys were forced to promote...
FOX Sports Sep 18, 2017
Colin Cowherd says the Dallas Cowboys remind him of this college team

Colin Cowherd says the Dallas Cowboys remind him of this college team

Colin Cowherd says the Dallas Cowboys remind him of USC because they dont have any deep threats now that teams are shutting down Dez Bryant.
Blogging The Boys Sep 17, 2017
Watch: Big-time sack-fumble by Tank Lawrence sets Dallas for TD to Dez Bryant

Watch: Big-time sack-fumble by Tank Lawrence sets Dallas for TD to Dez Bryant

DeMarcus Lawrence picking up where he left off as he sacks Trevor Siemian causing fumble. Dallas capitalizes with a TD. In a miraculous turn of events, the Cowboys finally got some momentum. Demarcus Lawrence hits Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian for the sack-strip-fumble. It’s recovered by Maliek Collins, down at the three: Demarcus Lawrence is healthy and just playing out of his mind pic.twitter.com/i0hqearuBB— Cowboys Nation (@CowboysNation) September 17, 2017 Two plays later...How about a fade to 88?! Dez Bryant for the touchdown, this game is tied at 7. That’s Bryant’s...

Keep an eye on Dez Bryant against the Broncos

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has only played against the Denver Broncos once in his career. He had six catches for 141 yards and two touchdowns in 2013. He’ll …
The MMQB | SI.com Sep 13, 2017

Just How Good Is Dak Prescott? We Don’t Know Yet

The ideal circumstances in Dallas—the wrecking crew of an offensive line, Ezekiel Elliott in the backfield, and Dez Bryant and Jason Witten catching passes downfield—make it virtually impossible to gauge Dak Prescott’s true level of talent. We'll find out when things go awry for the Cowboys
Blogging The Boys Sep 12, 2017
Has Dez Bryant fallen off? Is the Cowboys defense for real? Here’s what people are saying about the game

Has Dez Bryant fallen off? Is the Cowboys defense for real? Here’s what people are saying about the game

A roundup of reactions to the Cowboys win over the Giants on Sunday night. What a great way to start the 2017 season. Right out of the gate the Cowboys defeat their division rival after being swept by the New York Giants twice last season. Take that! Not only did fans get to enjoy victory Monday earlier this year, but we all can take a little breath knowing the Cowboys defense looked pretty good. Anytime they hold the opposing team to just three points, that’s impressive. That’s hard to do in the NFL. There was a lot to talk about after this win, but what is all the buzz in Cowboys...

Stats don’t tell full story on Dez Bryant’s night vs. Giants

Sometimes the box score doesn’t tell the full story and that is the case with Dez Bryant’s performance in the Dallas Cowboys’ 19-3 victory over the New York Giants on …
numberFire Sep 11, 2017

Dez Bryant has quiet game for Cowboys on Sunday Night Football

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant caught two passes for 43 yards in the team's Week 1 victory over the New York Giants on Sunday Night Football. What It Means: The good news is that the Cowboys gave Bryant nine targets, including several in the red zone. However, the bad news is that he was only able to secure two of those for catches. He should have had a touchdown on a goal line slant route, but Dak Prescott's throw sailed high. Bryant has another tough matchup in Week 2 versus the Denver Broncos. Bryant finished Week 1 with 5.3 FanDuel points and +3.05 net expected...
New York Post Sep 11, 2017
Dez Bryant couldn’t shake the Jackrabbit again

Dez Bryant couldn’t shake the Jackrabbit again

ARLINGTON, Texas — All Janoris Jenkins would say afterward was “no comment.’’ Many different questions, but the same answer. No comment. Jenkins and the Giants came out on the losing end, 19-3, in their season opener against the Cowboys at AT&T Stadium and the cornerback called Jackrabbit engaged in another spirited duel with Dez Bryant,...
Newsday Sep 11, 2017

Janoris Jenkins mostly bottles up Dez Bryant, who says: 'It was fun'

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Dez Bryant caught just two passes and was hounded throughout the game by cornerback Janoris Jenkins. But unlike last year when he was contained in games against the Giants, Bryant was able to come away from Sunday's matchup between two of the NFC East's top players with a much better disposition.
Inside The Star Sep 10, 2017

Jason Witten Becomes Cowboys All-Time Leader in Receiving Yards

Jason Witten has become the Dallas Cowboys’ all-time leader in receiving yards. His record-breaking catch was an 11-yard reception in the second quarter of the Cowboys’ season-opening game against the New York Giants. Witten entered the night 16 yards behind Hall-of-Fame receiver Michael Irvin, who had 11,904 yards from 1988-1999. Witten (1091 receptions) long ago passed Irvin (750) as the franchise leader in catches. Neither Irvin or Witten are on top in receiving touchdowns. They are third and fourth, respectively, behind Dez Bryant and “Bullet” Bob Hayes. Hayes is the franchise...
The Landry Hat Sep 9, 2017

Dallas Cowboys: Is Dez Bryant the key to defeating the Giants?

The Dallas Cowboys only had three losses in 2016 but two came at the hands of the Giants. Will Dez Bryant prove to be the “X-factor” in this year’s matchup? The Dallas Cowboys rolled through the 2016 season on their way to a 13-3 record. While one loss came in a game in which Dallas […] Dallas Cowboys: Is Dez Bryant the key to defeating the Giants? - The Landry Hat - The Landry Hat - A Dallas Cowboys Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
New York Post Sep 9, 2017
Dez Bryant won’t call revenge game against Giants what it is

Dez Bryant won’t call revenge game against Giants what it is

FRISCO, Texas — Dez Bryant took a page out of the Mark McGwire playbook. The usually chatty Cowboys wide receiver wasn’t going to talk about the past Friday — not about the Giants’ two victories last year, and certainly not about his struggles against cornerback Janoris “Jackrabbit” Jenkins. “It really don’t matter anymore,” Bryant said...
Blogging The Boys Sep 8, 2017
Three overlooked positions that will have a big impact for the Cowboys against the Giants

Three overlooked positions that will have a big impact for the Cowboys against the Giants

There are so many stories to follow going into the season opener. These three may have escaped your attention, but bear watching. The big stories for the Dallas Cowboys in the season opener against the New York Giants are all pretty well known. Ezekiel Elliott will play. Dak Prescott is looking to continue his growth (and silence the doubters). Dez Bryant is looking to be in top form as the leader of a very strong receiving corps. La’el Collins faces a major test in his first game as the right tackle. Jaylon Smith is going to be on the field, and may even be the starter. A revamped...

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