When the Cowboys play again: Is the NFL really back?
Posted October 08, 2018 07:23:19When the Dallas Cowboys play, you can expect a heavy emphasis on the offensive line.
The team’s offense will be a toned down version of the Cowboys’ 2013 offense, and the run game will look much more pass-heavy with new coordinator Greg Olson on board.
But there’s one key difference between the 2013 and this Cowboys offense: It will be powered by a ground attack that will likely feature a lot of running back plays.
This week the Cowboys will try to return to the playoffs for the first time since 2011 with a trip to Seattle and an opportunity to win their fourth straight game.
Here’s a look at how the offense will look:1.
The offense will lean heavily on running backs2.
The Cowboys will use their ground attack to get pressure3.
The Cowboys will lean on running back play4.
The offense will have more running backs5.
The ground attack will be much more important6.
The running backs will be used as more than just pass-catchers7.
The defense will focus on stopping the run.
The defense will be built around the run defense, which will likely be based on the play of cornerback Brandon Carr.
The pass rush will also be built on the defensive line.
This unit should be led by defensive end Demarcus Lawrence, who has had success at defensive end in the NFL.
Lawrence has had a solid season as a pass rusher, with 24 sacks.
He’ll have to make up for the loss of All-Pro end David Irving and the loss in the secondary, which was lost with the retirement of Nolan Carroll.
Dallas will look to end the season on a strong note against Seattle, but they won’t have much time to do so.
The Seahawks will try and win the NFC West with a victory over Arizona.
It will likely come down to who is able to put up more points, but the Cowboys should have the edge heading into the game.
The Packers will also need to come back from a late loss against Dallas to beat the Packers in Week 16.
The schedule is fairly easy for the Cowboys this season, as they only have one game against a team in the NFC North.
But the Cowboys could get some more road games against the Lions, Cardinals, Eagles, and Packers.
The final five games will be the only ones the Cowboys face in the division.
This means they’ll have the opportunity to get some wins in their division against the Bengals, Cowboys, Seahawks, Packers, and Steelers.
If the Cowboys lose to the Bengals and the Seahawks lose to Arizona, the NFC South would be in play for the NFC East.
But it’s very unlikely that they’ll lose to Pittsburgh or Atlanta.
The only teams that could possibly get past the Steelers are the Cowboys, Packers and Falcons.
The NFC South will be difficult to predict.
The Saints have played four straight games against teams in the bottom half of the division and have lost three straight games to teams in that division.
But if the Cowboys fall to the Saints and Falcons, they have the chance to make the playoffs.
The Saints have a lot to prove after they won Super Bowl 50 last season, and it’s going to be very tough for them to get back there this season.