9:46 PM EDT, Mon August 19, 2019
ClutchPoints 46 mins ago
How Ezekiel Elliott’s absence impacts the Cowboys’ offense if his holdout lasts into the regular season

How Ezekiel Elliott’s absence impacts the Cowboys’ offense if his holdout lasts into the regular season

Ezekiel Elliott is the lifeblood of the Dallas Cowboys‘ offense. He’s been at the center of the team’s success since they drafted him with the fourth overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. The Ohio State product was a First Team All-Pro as a rookie and has continued to dominate over the past two seasons. […] The post How Ezekiel Elliott’s absence impacts the Cowboys’ offense if his holdout lasts into the regular season appeared first on ClutchPoints.
SportsDay 1 hour ago
As emotions start to become involved, the Cowboys have entered a pivotal time in Ezekiel Elliott's holdout

As emotions start to become involved, the Cowboys have entered a pivotal time in Ezekiel Elliott's holdout

FRISCO -- The level of disrespect Ezekiel Elliott and his agents feel over the comic stylings of Jerry Jones is open to interpretation.Did Elliott take the "Zeke who'' retort to heart or did he and his representatives simply see a way to score a negotiating point?Can anyone watch how the Cowboys owner delivered his punch line after the preseason win in Hawaii and not accept it was more mischievous than malicious?It doesn't matter on which side of the divide you fall. This is always the danger during a holdout.In the absence of meaningful dialogue, small, often innocuous comments carry a...
Blogging The Boys 1 hour ago
Jason Witten to Peter King on 2019 season: I think I’m gonna be really good

Jason Witten to Peter King on 2019 season: I think I’m gonna be really good

Photo by Alika Jenner/ Gold Jacket Witt is confident in himself this season. A lot has been happening, and really not happening, with the Cowboys over the course of the last few weeks. We’ve been so focused on different emerging, absent, and struggling players that the subject of a returning one has gotten lost a bit. Yes, it’s true that Jason Witten is going to be back with the Cowboys this season after a year away in ESPN’s Monday Night Football booth and it’s hard to know what to expect from him. The Witten of Oxnard definitely looks a bit younger and most feel after the...
SportsDay 1 hour ago
Despite being without key offensive pieces, Cowboys OC Kellen Moore has already made a strong impression

Despite being without key offensive pieces, Cowboys OC Kellen Moore has already made a strong impression

FRISCO -- The new offensive coordinator has conducted training camp practices minus his best offensive weapon, had two preseason games without his best wide receiver, hasn't fully utilized his first-team offensive line and is using a rookie at starting running back.Other than all that, Kellen Moore is doing just fine as he calls plays for the Cowboys. Through two preseason games, the first-team offense has produced 10 points with Dak Prescott compiling a 106.9 quarterback rating.Along with running back coach Gary Brown, Moore elevated 2019 fourth-round pick Tony Pollard to the first team as...
Blogging The Boys 3 hours ago
Is this tall, physical Kris Richard project doing enough to earn a spot on the Cowboys 53-man roster?

Is this tall, physical Kris Richard project doing enough to earn a spot on the Cowboys 53-man roster?

Photo by George Walker/Icon Sportswire via Donovan Olumba is having a great camp, but is it enough to keep him on the team? The cornerback position group of the Dallas Cowboys is very strong as Chidobe Awuzie, Anthony Brown, and Jourdan Lewis are all having great training camps. All-Pro corner Byron Jones has yet to practice as he is recovering from hip surgery, but no one seems too worried as the strength of the team’s fearsome foursome has put people’s minds at ease. Between smothering coverage, great pass break ups, and physical open field tackling - this unit is one of the...