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Scout Notebook: Grading Defensive Standouts; Williams’ Big Night

 FRISCO, Texas I finally sat down with the tape of this game, and it was certainly an enlightening experience.There so much to dissect from this game, particularly from the defensive side of the ball – a dominant effort by the Cowboys. But for however much criticism the Dallas offense might draw, there was a lot to like about the execution on Sunday night, and there was a lot to learn about the misfires. Here what stood out to me during my film study of the Cowboys’ 19-3 win Chuck Howley Jersey.  On the long pass play tomore room to run. His pass set from the Oakland game improved. He was more square and his body positioning was exactly where it needed to be -- especially working with Tyron Smith and Travis Frederick. I didn see the panic in his play that we had seen before. When a linebacker undercuts a blocker, generally bad things happen, but that wasn the case for Jaylon Smith. The Giants attempted a reverse to Sterling Shepard with blockers out front. Smith was trapped inside and appeared to be accounted for by Ereck Flowers. There was an alley for Shepard to run through – that is, until Smith makes the bold move of running underneath Flowers. As Shepard turned the corner, Smith flew past Flowers and was on a direct path to the ball. With a burst, he was able to fully extend, wrapping his right arm around Shepard and bringing him to the ground. What had the potential to be a sizeable gain only turned into small one. Nice coverage sack by Charles Tapper to knock the Giants off the Cowboys’ goal line. Rod Marinelli made the call to double Evan Engram with Byron Jones and Jaylon Smith, which appeared to be the direction that Manning wanted to go https://www.cowboysfootballfanstore.com/Cowboys_Da... . With that option taken away, Eli Manning tried to come back to the other side -- but there were no options there. By the time he had made his second read, Tapper had beaten Flowers to the inside and was able to finish the deal. Manning had no choice but to eat the ball and take the sack for a nine-yard loss. During training camp, we talked about how the offense was working on ways to throw screen passes to counter blitz looks from opposing defenses. Instead of playing coverage on 3rd-and-12, the Giants brought Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie off the edge. Dak Prescott recognized it all the way and flipped the ball to the outside to Terrance Williams. Eli Apple was the only defender to that side of the field and had to deal with Jason Witten and several offensive linemen coming out to support. Williams took the ball and exploded up the field, easily getting the first down https://www.cowboysfootballfanstore.com/Cowboys_De... . He would have likely scored if Chaz Green had been able to hold onto his block of B.J. Goodson just a little bit longer. The second sack that was credited to DeMarcus Lawrence could have just as easily been given to Stephen Paea or Maliek Collins, as well. Lawrence had pulled himself past John Jerry. Paea had driven Weston Richburg back into Eli Manning and Collins had disposed of Justin Pugh. All three of the linemen arrived at roughly the same time and were right there on Manning as he collapsed in the pocket.   I have to say that I was a little disappointed in the way that Taco Charlton played. He had made great strides through training camp practices and the games, but against the Giants I thought he took a step back. Where he had been showing promise as a pass rusher was with his technique and bend – of which he had neither in this game. I felt like he rushed too tall and without any real game plan off the edge. He made it too easy for these Giants offensive tackles to handle him one-on-one. He a strong player, but when he rushes down the middle of these tackles, he is doing them a big favor. Where Charlton was able to make a little traction was when he played inside at tackle near the end of the game Brian Brown Jersey, paired to the same side with Charles Tapper. Keep an eye out for him doing more of this in the future if it can get him going. My crazy theory. Did anyone notice how much Dak Prescott was sweating during the game? His uniform appeared drenched and, and he doesn wear a sweat band on his right wrist. Is it possible he had some problems with sweat rolling down into his hand? The ball came out of his hand funny a couple of times where I thought he might have had a problem with his grip? Usually his ball has a tight spiral, but there were times where that wasn always the case. Again, just my crazy theory. Enjoy the victory.

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