DeMarco Murray’s expression never changes much, even after the first 100-yard game in more than a year for the Dallas Cowboys running back.
Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett joined 105.3 The Fan’s New School on Monday following the team’s 31-7 thrashing of the Rams.
The Dallas Cowboys beat the St. Louis Rams, 31-7, in Week 3 of the NFL season. In the game, Dallas turned in a perfect performance on both sides of the ball. Here is a look at the grades for the Dallas Cowboys in Week 3.
For a club plagued by an “undercurrent of frustration’’ featuring the alleged “calling out’’ of Tony Romo by fellow team leader Jason Hatcher, the Cowboys certainly looked like a unified bunch in Sunday’s 31-7 home win over St. Louis.
Baylor got off to another fast start, scoring at least 28 points in the first quarter for the third game in a row.
Can we please stop the flashbacks to when a Cowboys player once torched THIS defense for such-and-such amount of yards?
The Cowboys still see DeMarco Murray as the back who altered the future of their running game with a record-setting day against St. Louis two years ago.
The last time the Dallas Cowboys played the St. Louis Rams, DeMarco Murray broke the team’s single-game rushing record. Now, Dallas has said they need him to run more if they want to find success.
While Cowboys owner Jerry Jones admits that the running game has room to improve, the real cause for the team’s ground struggles may in fact have nothing to do with the Cowboys at all.
The noise that causes those same sort of chills to run up the spines of Dallas Cowboys fans? “We have to re-commit to the running game.’’
As the Cowboys walked off the field and into the tunnel at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland last December thirtieth it was clear that changes needed to be made.
The Dallas Cowboys are talking urgency and accountability as they try to end a three-year playoff drought.