The Dallas Cowboys: Relax About The Preseason Game

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Aug 7, 2014; San Diego, CA, USA; Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle (21) catches a ball in the backfield while defended by San Diego Chargers free safety Eric Weddle (32) during the first quarter at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

All Dallas Cowboys fans report to the principal’s office immediately.

The realistic fan knows the Cowboys are a giant leap away from holding the Lombardi trophy. One single preseason game does not send the team one step closer or further from the fact.

So please, calm down and breathe; it was one game.

Before you believe the Cowboys absorbed their 2013 shadow of mediocrity, take into account the prescriptions the team swallowed that was in full effect against the San Diego Chargers.

Prescription #1 — The Great Wall of First Rounders Fight, Fight, Fight!

Hello and goodbye to the excuses the Cowboys make for not running the ball. Running back Joseph Randle might of had a good pedicure the night before because his feet were slicing and dicing all over the field.

The offensive line filtered holes here and there so clear that Daryl Johnston (Moose) of today could pound the rock. Alright, I am exaggerating, but one must not overlook the potential threat of having three first-round lineman on a team.

Having a great line showed the types of doors that can open for the Cowboys. The force of the offensive line uplifted the confidence in 2nd string players in Brandon Weeden and Joseph Randle.

Imagine what the starters will do.

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