Dallas Cowboys vs Seattle Seahawks Review: Quick Reactions to the Offense

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With the injury to Ausitn, he will continue to get the opportunity to be a big part of this offense.

– Laurent Robinson continues to be excellent as a third receiver.  He has been so excellent, that while I know we will miss Austin, I am not in a panic.  I think that Robinson will continue to improve as the season goes along.

– Jason Witten is on pace to surpass both Drew Pearson and Tony Hill this season to become the 2nd leading receiving (yards) in Cowboy history.

– Tyron Smith seems to me to be making fewer and fewer noticeable mistakes every week.  Similarly, I  haven’t heard Doug Free’s name called for poor play nearly as frequently in the last few games.

– Phil Costa occasionally gets manhandled by big DT’s; this week he was pushed 3 or 4 yards back on more than one occasion.

– Phillip Tanner looks like a capable back-up.

– I haven’t crunched the numbers yet, but I think that the Cowboys had one of the best games this season in terms of converting 3rd downs.  (I am hoping to write a small article about the 3rd down offense later this week).

– John Phillips was finally targeted with a pass; I am pretty sure it is was in the redzone.

– Dan Bailey has kicked 19 straight FG’s without missing one.  He has only missed one FG attempt this year.

– I am a huge fan of David Buehler.  You have to love having a badass kicker who comes close to leading your team in special teams tackles.  I wanted him to win the job in the pre-season.  But he doesn’t seem to be kicking touchbacks with enough regularity to justify having 2 kickers on the roster.  There are too many other needs on this team, many of them caused by injuries, to continue to keep 2 kickers.

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