2. Take advantage of your mobile quarterback
This Cowboys offense has always had success when Prescott has been able to use his legs effectively. The QB used to be able to buy time extending a play or use his legs to pick up first downs and move the chains.
Last season, Moore wasn’t able to get the most out of Prescott due to it being his first season back from an ankle injury that required two surgeries. Plus, just when we thought Prescott could handle the workload and start using his legs, he pulled a calf muscle that hampered him for the rest of the season. Now, with a full offseason under his belt without having to rehab an injury, Moore should have the ability to utilize this crucial aspect of the Cowboys’ offensive scheme.
Moore needs to get teams to realize just how big of a threat Prescott can be running the ball. Designing runs specifically for Prescott will force teams to put more people in the box and start to open up his passing game more. Prescott’s legs also need to be used more often in the red zone –an area where Moore has consistently had issues putting points on the board. There have been reports that they want to use Prescott’s legs more but it can’t just be for bootlegs. They need him to be a threat to make plays and pick up yards again.