2. Prescott and Lamb Get Back on Track
When your best receiver has five catches for 33 yards and your quarterback throws two interceptions in a game, it’s easy to say it wasn’t a good day for the offense. This week, the Cowboys tandem has a chance to get back on track against a leaky Jaguars secondary that’s also dealing with injuries at safety and cornerback.
Lamb and Prescott will look to get off to a fast start in this game to test this secondary, and in doing so will open up the field for Michael Gallup, Noah Brown, and T.Y. Hilton to make plays as well.
As long as the Cowboys’ offensive line can keep the pressure off of Prescott, they should be able to find holes in this defense to move the football and wear down an already banged-up Jaguars defense.
The Cowboys need to keep the confidence of this receiving group up, and this game on Sunday is the perfect time to get back to work.