Dallas Cowboys vs Buffalo Bills Preview: Offense

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No longer the 3rd WR, he needs to show some ability in the return game.

The Bills gave up a couple big returns to the Jets.  Both their kick-off and punt coverage units have had issues this season.  Their Special Teams Coach, Bruce DeHaven, spent some time in Dallas.

I will be watching to see who is returning kickoffs.  Will it be Ogletree again?  Will he make poor decisions again this week?  Last week he fielded a kick about 8 yards deep in the endzone and decided to bring it out, only to get tackled at the 12.

Will Dez be used on punt returns all the time, in certain situations, or not at all?  Dez has been the primary punt returner since Dwayne Harris was cut, so it will be interesting to see if the injury to Austin makes Bryant too important to risk getting injured on punt returns.  The only other Cowboy with much experience returning punts is Terence Newman, but he also takes on added importance to the team because of the injury to Mike Jenkins.

Ogletree has not fielded many punts yet in his career.

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