Dallas Cowboys headlines: Where are all the interceptions?
The Dallas Cowboys are coming off their bye week and now have some tough questions to answer. One of them being: Where are all the defensive interceptions?
The Dallas Cowboys made a couple changes to their offense during the bye week. They traded away their 2019 first round draft pick for wide receiver Amari Cooper. And then they fired their offensive line coach, Paul Alexander.
Although the Cowboys offense will be at the forefront when Dallas takes on the Tennessee Titans on Monday night, their defense has some questions to answer as well. We’ll cover those topics and more in today’s edition of headlines.
Mailbag: TE Rotation; Creating Interceptions – DallasCowboys.com
The Cowboys currently possess their best defensive line in years. With a premier pass rusher like defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence screaming off the edge, shouldn’t Dallas be benefiting in an abundance of turnovers as a result. Specifically, interceptions. Yet the Cowboys have a total of two picks in seven games. That’s tied for 29th worst in the league. Where are all the interceptions? My guess. The defense is still missing a playmaker in the secondary.
Jerry Jones: We felt we needed new voice as offensive line coach – Pro Football Talk
Dallas admitted two epic mistakes during their bye week. One, the assumption they didn’t need a number one wide receiver this season. Two, the hiring of Paul Alexander as their offensive line coach. But were these changes made quick enough to save their season?
NFL Power Rankings Poll: Rams Still No. 1, Panthers Leap Into Top 5 – MMQB.com
No big surprise here as the Cowboys are tied for 18th in this power ranking. Dallas has several unanswered questions circling their team. Honestly, too many unknowns heading into the midseason. But there’s still time to climb a very winnable NFC East. Especially with so many divisional games on tap.
NFL trade deadline reveals ugly truth of 2015 draft class – Yahoo Sports
The 2015 NFL Draft has been a bit of a wasteland when it comes to some of the first round selections. Players who we thought would be stars now look lost. Many of them have been traded or are no longer on their original teams. Ironically, Dallas drafted Byron Jones in this class. And now, he looks like the best cornerback in the NFL. The Cowboys also have the fourth overall pick from 2015 on their roster now, wide receiver Amari Cooper.
Zeke, Dez and a trash bag (?): See the best Dallas Cowboys Halloween costumes of 2018 – Star Telegram
First off, the trash bag is just wrong. Funny, but wrong. But dressing up as your favorite Dallas Cowboy is a right of passage for most True Blue fans. And some have never stopped. It’s always fun to see the inventive ways fans show their love for The Star.