Nothing more from Kellen Moore?
Well, this is disappointing. But I warned you, did I not? I did. I was never a huge fan of Moore‘s work in the pros. But with the Cowboys collective staff, I thought Moore might shoot around the corner.
Instead, the quarterback has been a huge disappointment. It makes you wonder how he would have played last year had he not got hurt and assumed the duties of QB one.
These days, it’s hard to see him even dressing on Sundays, as Rush continues to impress. Moore has been nothing but a fumble this preseason.
One tackle at a time
Jaylon Smith is back!
Wow. Is it just me, or does that number 54 player look like a football player. It’s great to see the linebacker line up, play, have fun, and contribute.
Obviously, it’s still way too early to know how much Smith will contribute. But his one tackle was just the start to hopefully many, many tackles in the near future.
It’s that Dak time
You know, I was so caught up about the number two quarterback spot that I forgot about the spectacle at QB one.
So, let’s get to it: Dak Prescott looked awesome last Saturday. He synced up with Dez Bryant. He looked loose. Dak looked ready.
And while the chips are falling down at the quarterback positions, nothing is more exciting than to see Prescott battle the sophomore slump slogans.
It won’t be easy sailing, of course.
Ezekiel Elliott, his partner in crime, will be out several games. Until that changes, teams will aim for the second-year star. Opponents won’t have to worry about stacking the box for Elliott, opting instead to confuse and diffuse Dak with spicy coverages.
I can’t wait to see what Prescott and Scott Lineman dial-up. Sure, it’s just preseason. But from an eyeball perspective, the arrow is green and pointing up.