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DannyPhantom

Fixing Dak Prescott is the most important factor in helping the Cowboys win the Super Bowl

Dak is a good quarterback, but he needs to correct his footwork if this team’s going to take the next step.

From the moment the Dallas Cowboys selected Dak Prescott 135th overall in the 2016 NFL Draft many of us fans were stoked. And it wasn’t because we thought necessarily that Prescott could be the long term answer. We weren’t thinking long term. After all, the team had Tony Romo and he still had plenty left in the tank. Or so we thought.

The happiness from having Dak stemmed more...

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RJ Ochoa

Poll: Who should be QB2 for the Cowboys be in 2019?

Rush or White?

We didn’t realize it at the time, but things were great from a pun perspective when the quarterback depth chart for the Cowboys behind Dak Prescott read Cooper Rush and Kellen Moore. We had RushMoore, for crying out loud (I regret nothing).

Kellen Moore has since followed the path that almost every quarterback ever for America’s Team has taken, he’s become a coach for the team. Kellen is in fact the team’s offensive coordinator during his second year wearing a polo on...

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Top five candidates to coach the Dallas Cowboys if Jason Garrett is fired

When coach Jason Garrett takes charge of the Cowboys in 2019, it will mark his ninth season leading the team. With just three playoff appearances — all resulting in Divisional-round exits — anything less than a playoff berth could end up costing Garrett his job. If the Cowboys move on from Garrett, there are five people who sit atop the list to become the next coach in Dallas. Tony Romo: It would be a bold call to hire someone with no previous coaching experience. But if anyone can do...

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Tom Ryle

What grade do you think the Cowboys 2016 draft gets now?

It’s not hard to guess the Cowboys 2016 draft was a winner.

It is the annual season of unbridled optimism for most NFL franchises (sorry, Jets). One reason is that crop of bright, shiny draft picks that has just arrived. The simple fact is that most organizations and fan bases get a little too enamored of the players they selected. Disappointment often sets in later. The Dallas Cowboys are not really different from most clubs, with one notable exception: They have been very good at...

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Connor Livesay

Cowboys news: How can Jon Kitna help Dak Prescott’s development heading into year four?

Check out today’s latest and greatest news surrounding America’s team!

Jon Kitna working on quicker progressions, pocket awareness for Dak Prescott; compares him to Warren Moon - Dave Halprin, Blogging the Boys

Jon Kitna has spent a ton of time critiquing Dak’s mechanics in the offseason. Here are some of Kitna’s best quotes surrounding the Cowboys starting QB.

Kitna is working with Prescott to get through his progressions quicker and improve his pocket presence.

I just try to give...

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Dave Halprin

Don’t forget about this new Dallas Cowboy defensive lineman

Don’t sleep on this Cowboys offseason addition.

This offseason has been a wild one for the Dallas Cowboys. There were key free agent signings, a big offseason trade for Robert Quinn, a coaching staff shakeup, and many young players added via the NFL Draft. In the craziness of the offseason, it’s easy to forget about key depth signings the Cowboys made in the free agency season. Of course, the team added some big name talents in Randall Cobb, Robert Quinn, and Jason Witten, but one name...

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One.Cool.Customer

How many new players will make the 2019 Cowboys roster?

Making the Cowboys final roster this year may prove a little more difficult than it has been in recent years.

Earlier this month, we looked at the Cowboys’ 90-man offseason roster and found that the Cowboys are returning 50 players from last year to this year’s 90-man roster.

With a regular-season roster limit of 53 players and 50 players returning from 2018, basically every new addition to the team will have to beat out a returning player for a roster spot on the final 53 – even if...

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Dave Halprin

Jon Kitna working on quicker progressions, pocket awareness for Dak Prescott; compares him to Warren Moon

Cowboys new QB coach dissects Dak Prescott’s passing.

The Dallas Cowboys are trying to create something new with their offense while staying true to some of their core philosophies on offense. To do that, they had to part ways with Scott Linehan, and then chose to elevate Kellen Moore from quarterbacks coach to offensive coordinator. That left a vacancy on the coaching staff and the team filled it with veteran quarterback, and former Cowboys backup, Jon Kitna.

Kitna had a very long career...

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RJ Ochoa

Donovan McNabb thinks that because his numbers are better than Troy Aikman that he’s a Hall of Famer

Nice try, but we’ll take Troy Aikman over Donovan McNabb any day.

Numbers are a funny thing in sports. They’re used to measure, calculate, and compare all sorts of things. That last one makes for some interesting discussions around the proverbial water cooler as we’re all aware.

Of course, there are instances where numbers make sense. For example, every year the NFL celebrates the leaders in each statistical category. Whoever rushes for the most yards in 2019 will be declared the...

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Jerry Jones not expecting NFL to discipline Elliott

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones doesn't expect RB Ezekiel Elliott to face any punishment from the NFL pertaining to an incident with security at an event in Las Vegas.

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DannyPhantom

10 thoughts on the first week of OTA’s for the Dallas Cowboys

Recapping this week’s action, here are several things that caught our eye.

The first week of the Cowboys organized team activities are in the bag. It was good to finally see the players get out and do some football stuff and there will be more of that coming over the next couple weeks. But after these first few days of action, what are some things that stood out? Here are 10 thoughts on the first week of OTA’s for the Cowboys.

1. Trysten Hill has got “generational-type...

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Randall Cobb might feel 'lost' with Cowboys, but he doesn't look it

The eight-year veteran wide receiver is adjusting rather well to a new quarterback in Dak Prescott, who calls Cobb an "incredibly smart guy."

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Michael Sisemore

Cowboys news: Jerry Jones feels contract negotiations with Dak Prescott are going well

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Dak Prescott contract extension: Jerry Jones says negotiations for QB Dak Prescott ‘going well’ - Michael Shapiro, SI.com
The Cowboys’ owner is feeling very confident in extending quarterback Dak Prescott as negotiations ramp up.

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is confident Dallas will reach an agreement on a contract extension with quarterback Dak Prescott, saying the negotiations are “going well,” according to NFL Network’s Ian...

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RJ Ochoa

This tiny video clip will get you insanely hyped about Kellen Moore as offensive coordinator

All hail Kellen?

This past Tuesday saw the beginning of OTAs for the 2019 Dallas Cowboys and that’s a big deal considering it’s a milestone on the road back to real football.

These practices serve as opportunities for the team to begin work with new players and more importantly on new schemes and implementations. Dallas doesn’t have a whole new coaching staff to bring in something radically different, but they do have a new offensive coordinator in Kellen Moore.

What Moore is able to...

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Dave Halprin

UDFA wide receiver impresses at the Cowboys first OTA sessions

A young rookie is getting a shout out from the Cowboys after OTAs

The Dallas Cowboys have re-tooled their wide receiver position over the past year. Their top three receivers used to be Dez Bryant, Terrance Williams and Cole Beasley. None of those three will be catching passes for the Dallas Cowboys in 2019. The team has gone in a new direction by trading for their top receiver, Amari Cooper, drafting their number two guy, Michael Gallup, and signing their slot receiver in free agency,...

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Jerry Jones doesn't think NFL will discipline Ezekiel Elliott for Vegas incident

Ezekiel Elliott was detained but not arrested at a Las Vegas music festival last weekend, and Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones doesn’t anticipate any league discipline stemming from the incident. Speaking with reporters on Thursday, Jones also noted he didn’t anticipate the incident having any impact on contract negotiations with Elliott, per Todd Archer of ESPN.com: “I think that the main thing is that I don’t see anything that needs supporting. In terms of his status with us, (it)...

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Dave Halprin

Robert Quinn brings his professional attitude, along with his on-the-field skills, to the Cowboys

The Cowboys got another RKG in defensive end Robert Quinn.

One of the best moves the Cowboys pulled off during the current offseason is acquiring defensive end Robert Quin for a sixth-round 2020 draft pick. Granted, Quinn is no longer the player who put up double-digit sacks each year from 2012-2014, including the monstrous 19 sacks in 2013. Last year with the Miami Dolphins Quinn managed 6.5 sacks, a decidedly average number as far as defensive ends go. Although on the Cowboys 2018 team,...

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RJ Ochoa

Dak Prescott’s final nine regular-season games in 2018 were actually better than Tom Brady’s

Sure, Tom Brady got the Super Bowl, but Dak Prescott was also playing at a high level.

It’s no secret that Amari Cooper drastically changed the fortunes for the members of the 2018 Dallas Cowboys. They were 3-4 when he arrived, had one more small misstep, and then rallied with a win streak and an NFC East title (not to mention a playoff win!).

This coming season will be interesting as we’ll get to see Cooper play an entire schedule with the Cowboys. Obviously, that means an entire season...

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Dave Halprin

Cowboys negotiations with Dak Prescott take a big step forward

It’s getting serious between the Cowboys and Dak Prescott.

The old saying goes - it takes two to tango. Well, the Cowboys and Dak Prescott are officially tangoing. It was a few few weeks ago we learned that the Cowboys had presented an initial offer to Dak Prescott’s camp to open their negotiations on a new deal. In general, it’s thought that the deal will average at least $30 million a year, although Bill Barnwell predicted $32 million a year.

To get to some kind of agreement, the...

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One.Cool.Customer

NFL training camp joint practices: Anybody left to pair up with the Cowboys?

The Cowboys have frequently held joint training camp practices with another NFL team in the past. Who could be this year’s training camp partner?

Over the last month or so, many NFL teams have been busy lining up other teams for joint practices in training camp. At last count, 19 teams had scheduled a joint practice in training camp, and six of those teams (Chargers, Lions, Patriots, Rams, Ravens, Texans) have scheduled joint practices with two different teams during camp.

Here’s an...

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