Sunday night, Dallas Cowboys’ 3-0 win with the New Orleans was some sort of unsure as records are not created equally. Dallas Cowboys Team had beaten up on the pre-Daniel Jones New York Giants, the hapless Jay Gruden-led Washington Redskins, and intentionally-bad Miami Dolphins hike to dominance in the NFC East.
After first loss in season, Dallas was able to make just 10 points. Dallas player Ezekiel Elliott, however he was looking revitalized after match holdout, but he kept being hindered, finishing with 35 yards on 18 carries. Another Dallas player Dak Prescott’s journey gone down as he only managed to complete 22-of-33 passes for 223 yards, not only this he also failed to author consistent drives.
No one could actually make it happen; Devin Smith failed to crack the stat sheet. Randall Cobb couldn’t get it going. Amari Cooper was held in check by Marshon Lattimore.
Walking away into New Orleans and win is not that easy. But another time, the schedule gods dealt the Cowboys a break with Drew Brees on the sideline. Teddy Bridgewater got hurt by Cowboys as they had been given chance to hurt him.
It doesn’t solace when almost winnable match goes out of your hand, so yes, defense kept things down for a whole match.
By far, we can conclude that Dallas team is not the team which can make average of 32.3 points/games and they cannot regularly with multiple touchdowns.
We see Texas has many big things. This comprises the fool’s gold. Jason Garrett, who is Dallas head coach, we witnessed Garrett’s team show cased on national television; the deep-pocketed franchise is plated in pyrite.
Obviously, it’s a hope that after playing that deprived, they can still come back and achieve big win.