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Cowboys hot topic: Fixing the offense A cursory look around social media gives the impression that many or even most fans have given up on the Dallas Cowboys. In particular http://www.cowboyscheapauthenticstore.co...rsey-cheap , they have abandoned all hope that the offense can work. The bulk of the blame seems to be directed at Scott Linehan, with Jason Garrett as his accomplice. Those who don’t focus on the coaches are blasting quarterback Dak Prescott for not being who we thought he was at all, with a nod to the lack of anyone who can catch the ball on the roster.It raises the question of whether the offense can be fixed at all, especially given that dumping Linehan and/or Garrett to bring in someone new, with their own system, is not likely to work to any extent during the season. But there is also a problem with most of the reactions out there. The BTB staff had a long debate about it, and while we didn’t come to a real consensus, something that Michael Sisemore (the founding host of our Brews and the Boys podcast, check us out, shameless plug now done) put on Twitter hit home, with me at least. It’s what I saw from watching the game and looking into the stats. The question wasn’t what went wrong. It was what didn’t? (Quick answer: Byron Jones and Leighton Vander Esch). That’s why you can’t just do one thing, or even a few, to fix the offense (the defense, while having a bad day in some aspects against Seattle, certainly has shown it is capable of good play). It has to be a broad-based approach, encompassing all the issues that have cropped up. Some may be more crucial, or at least have to come first to allow the other things to happen, and it is possible that if the team can get several things right, it doesn’t have to get all of the going equally well to be able to improve. But it does need to work on all of them.What, exactly? So glad you asked.First, stop treating coaching and play-calling as a stand-alone issue.Everything is interrelated, and coaching permeates everything that follows. But just changing the focus during preparation or making different play calls won’t fix things. The players have to take what is done and effectively complete their assignments on the field.If this seems to imply that the idea that the coaches are failing to prepare the team properly may be wrong, well Cheap Ezekiel Elliott Jersey , that is exactly the point. Based on what came out of training camp, the coaches worked hard on things like pass routes and blocking assignments. It is hard to believe that they have just quit doing those things in weekly practices. Similarly, while the calls for more creativity and different concepts on the field are widespread, if the players are not doing their jobs correctly in the plays that are called, what would lead the coaches to have confidence that they can successfully do something different, especially if it is a lower-percentage play like a deep pass downfield? There are some things that can be done in that department, but other things have to go hand-in-hand. This is not intended to give a pass to Linehan or anyone else on the staff. It is just to say that even if they get everything right, it can still go awry. There are certainly some other things that have to be addressed first.It has to start with execution.No, I’m not referring to the late Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach John McCay’s old joke. This is about the multiple mistakes we saw. Ezekiel Elliott had three major ones, Michael Gallup just gifted what should have been a completion for a first down to Earl Thomas, Prescott certainly had his share of bad throws and poor decision-making, the offensive line, particularly Tyron Smith, was just off, there were defenders that were just left to come free (notably Bobby Wagner to stop Elliott on a third-and-one attempt) - it is a long and depressing list. It returns to a point I have been making since the first game: It is hard to be sure about the efficacy of the play-calling when the plays are blown up by self-inflicted mistakes. The lack of discipline and focus across the board was depressing. It has to be an emphasis during the practices for the Detroit Lions game - but the players have to take responsibility for fixing these things. And then, you know, they have to actually fix them. It doesn’t matter if Scott Linehan calls absolutely perfect plays if the ball is dropped or fumbled, or the line completely blows their assignments, or Dak misses badly on a throw. All have to be right.For some, there will be a question about whether they can improve that much. But one case where the improvement should definitely happen is with Zeke. His multiple mistakes were just not what we have seen from him. That has to get better fast.By unit, the offensive line has to take top priority.Prescott got beat up. While some of that may fall on him not getting the ball out quickly, there were plays where rushers had a free run at him. Even if he gets the ball out, he still takes the hit - and even if a penalty is called (which should have been on at least one sack) Youth Maliek Collins Jersey , he still has to endure the physical punishment. Better protection for him is the top priority.The running game got going early, despite plays like the third-and-one stuff mentioned above. Elliott found success, and had the Cowboys not fallen behind by two scores in the first half, that might have been the ticket for the offense later in the game. But Dallas had to go to the pass more and more as time ran out. All the complaints about Zeke not getting enough carries ignore that. Zeke hit his stride, and if he had not made so many mistakes, he would likely have been the hero of the game. He just needs to keep doing the good things.So the offensive line has to keep up the run blocking it mostly showed last game, while not letting Dak get banged around so much. Prescott has to be more effective.He has to hit his passes, and he needs to be more involved in the running game.Easy to say, but much harder to accomplish. One criticism that emerged from the Seattle Seahawks game was that the team abandoned the read-option plays that Prescott used very effectively a week earlier against the New York Giants. This is one of those times when maybe the critics don’t know as much as they think, however.In general, the Seahawks did a great job defending the Dallas offense. And while Linehan could likely have come up with more ways to try and counter, such as designed runs for Dak, it was not really bad coaching to try and use what an earlier opponent just couldn’t stop. The NFL is all about matchups. That was the error here, perhaps, not properly anticipating that Seattle would solve that issue and having a backup plan.We know that given the chance, Prescott can make things happen with his feet. It is what he does with his arm that is the great unknown. He has always had some limitations in his passing repertoire, and opponents have figured out what passes he can and can’t make. So they defend the ones he is good at, and pretty much ignore the rest.This is an area where the coaches and Prescott have to work together. They have to try some deeper throws. We saw that he can complete a deep ball, even if it was just one. It is time to run some plays with four receivers going deep (at least 20 yards) before hooking or crossing, and one or even two need to keep going. Heave a few up at them, and if you just complete one, you get a big impact play and put that in the defense’s head, the way the Tavon Austin deep play against the Giants did.The receiving corps has to step up.Gallup’s drop-turned-into-an-interception was the worst problem http://www.cowboyscheapauthenticstore.co...rsey-cheap , but Prescott needs to have receivers who are open early so he can get the ball away when the pressure comes. But oddly, hidden in the bad things against the Seahawks was a hint that maybe things are closer to working out here than we thing.Look at the average and longest completion for five of the receivers:Geoff Swaim - 9.4, 20Cole Beasley - 15.3, 18Deonte Thompson - 11.5, 13Allen Hurns - 11.0, 12Michael Gallup - 17.0, 17The problem wasn’t so much that the receivers weren’t catching the ball. It was that the ball wasn’t coming to them enough. What killed the passing offense was throwing eight times to Elliott, most of them very short (and with him dropping the best chance he had for a decent gain), and only three passes to Austin, all at or behind the line of scrimmage.Remember what was mentioned about going deep? Here is one for the coaches to work on. Why are you just getting the ball to Austin and Elliott at the line? Run them deep. It may never happen, but I have dreams of seeing Elliott split out wide and running a nine route as the primary target. We already know what Austin can do, so he definitely needs to be sent deep. And why is the team not throwing to Terrance Williams? For that matter, why is he only on the field for running plays, as he was on Sunday? That is what they call a tell in poker. Hey, coaches, this is another one on you. If your personnel grouping and formation always result in the same play, either do something different, or quit using it. Defensive coordinators have this marvelous new technology called video and can see that crap.Of course, this circles back around to the quarterback. It doesn’t matter how many receivers you send deep if he always checks down to the running back two yards past the line of scrimmage. So there is a definite interplay here.Meanwhile, Blake Jarwin has been a real disappointment so far, while Swaim at least breathed some life into the TE position. Now let’s go for the shot of adrenaline to the heart and leave Jarwin on the sidelines to put Rico Gathers out there a lot more and, radical idea here, throw him the ball. What I’ve tried to do here is show how there are some solutions http://www.cowboyscheapauthenticstore.co...rsey-cheap , but they aren’t as simple as player X or coach Y needs to fix it. It is going to take all eleven players, plus the rotational ones, and the coaching staff to work together. There are solutions. Those are complex, which makes it more challenging. However, it is also likely that one or two will click. If the offensive line can buy more time for Prescott while still leading the way on 10 yard Elliott runs, other things may start to fall into place, for instance. The Cowboys’ season seems to be teetering on the brink again - and it’s only week four. A win over the Lions will at least stave off the negativism a bit, but a loss will lead us to the vortex of despair and anguish fans of the team are so accomplished at attaining. Let’s hope for the former.Dallas Cowboys vs. Houston Texans: Five bold predictions Any time that the Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans play it’s fun, but it’s not a rivalry.Rivalries are about more than it being two elite teams, which the Houston Texans have never been and the Cowboys have struggled to be for some time. Rivalries are about two teams that have exchanged serious blows. They’re pairs that have seen both side head home with their tail tucked, and that just doesn’t exist here. Houston has only won one regular season matchup against the Cowboys, but to be fair it was the game to win as it was the inaugural one way back in 2002. Dallas has won the last three, including the last one in H-Town, and we’re all hoping that they can make it four in a row.What will happen en route to a hopeful victory? That’s what we’re here to discuss, fam. Let’s do a little dance, have a little fun, and basically get down tonight. Time for BTB’s bold predictions.Tavon Austin will have over 100 yards from scrimmageLook. The Dallas Cowboys are going to force-feed Ezekiel Elliott. You know it. I know it. Anybody who’s somebody knows it. If they want to win, last I checked they do, the Dallas Cowboys are going to have to find somebody else to help move the chains and get things going offensively. We’ve seen so far on this young season that somebody with the ability to do that is all-speed man Tavon Austin.It’s a given that Tavon will get at least one jet sweep in the game which will be good for 10-12 yards, hopefully he’ll pick up a big gain through the air at one point, the point is we’re going to add that up and it’s going to be over 100. Deal? Deal.Dallas will have a drive that lasts at least 10 minutesLast week against the Detroit Lions the Cowboys saw their penultimate possession of the game last over eight and a half minutes. That’s absolutely ridiculous.This is an unreal amount of time to possess the ball at any point in the game, but the Cowboys did it in the game’s fourth quarter. Granted Dallas had to ultimately settle for a field goal and that move could have been costly if not for a heroic last-second drive by Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott, but the fact remains that they got back to somewhat vintage form with a long possession like that.There’s no denying that this is the recipe to success for the Cowboys. They need to run the ball http://www.cowboyscheapauthenticstore.co...rsey-cheap , run out the clock, and then go play defense with their solid group behind them. Get ready to sit down when the Cowboys are on offense and stay there as they’re going to hit double-digit minutes.Taco Charlton will lead the game in sacksDeMarcus Lawrence is currently the NFL leader in sacks, but unfortunately the Houston Texans are likely aware of this fact (fingers crossed, though).Tim Heitman-USA TODAY SportsThe Texans offensive line is quite bad, in fact it could be the worst assembly across the entire National Football League. That idea coupled with extra attention paid to Tank could amount to a big day in the sack department for Taco Charlton.It really should be noted how well Taco is playing into the second quarter of his second season in Dallas. You’d be hard pressed to find a first-round draft selection who was less popular with Cowboys fans than Charlton, and he’s really rounding into form quite nicely. Considering the Cowboys offensive line is going to give their all in stopping J.J. Watt and Jadeveon Clowney, it’s possible for Taco to be the sack king of this contest.Let’s hope Taco rounds all the way into Houston, soft and crunchy style.There will be a fake of some kindLast time the Cowboys were on the road for Sunday Night Football the world saw Chris Jones run a fake punt. The crazy thing is this wasn’t even the first time that Jones caught everyone off guard with a fake, and it wasn’t even the first time that he did it to NBC’s Sunday Night Football!I’m not saying the fake involved in Houston is going to be a punt, I’m only saying Chris Jones is somewhat known for this in this time slot. Either way there are fakes happening all over the place this season in the NFL, it’s time to see one and hopefully have it go our way.The Cowboys defense will get their first interception of the seasonOne of the more unfortunate facts this season is that the Dallas Cowboys are the only team in the NFL to not have an interception while on defense. Womp womp.Not shockingly, this puts the Cowboys last in turnovers. You never want to be here, but this is where we find ourselves and it’s time to start shaking things up. Houston’s Deshaun Watson is a talented quarterback who is going to make this game very difficult for the Cowboys; however, he is also known to turn the ball over a bit. This is the perfect way to cure this little cold we’ve caught (the only thing we’ve caught, apparently).I’ll even take it a step further and describe the interception-to-be. Deshaun Watson is going to scramble, get pressured by the Hot Boyz, the ball will be tipped, and that glorious piece of pigskin will land in the waiting arms of Leighton Vander Esch.Let’s party. NFL Outlet
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