The Dallas Cowboys have largely enjoyed a successful training camp this summer. They’ve successfully integrated their new players, coaches have installed new schemes, and they’ve done it all while staying relatively healthy.
All indications are Mike McCarthy has effectively replaced the Kellen Moore portion of the playbook with his own personal methods of attack. Players have adapted to the west coast offense philosophies which demand timing and consistency.
Dan Quinn’s defense doesn’t only maintain their talent, but they appear to have upgraded it as well. Draft picks are standing out, young players are progressing, and depth is growing. For as financially unsustainable as defense generally is, the Cowboys have found a way to keep the good times rolling on that side of the ball.
Despite all the success early in camp, some wrinkles still remain on this 2023 version of the Cowboys.
It’s important the Cowboys iron these wrinkles out before the season or they could have major consequences down the road.