Preview Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Dallas Cowboys
We are currently formally in week one of the NFL season as the Pirates play sometime in the evening.
What has been a particularly tumultuous offseason for our Tampa Bay Buccaneers…. With the retirement of Tom Brady, the non-retirement of Tom Brady, the retirement of Ali Marpete, the departure of key veteran free agents, the hiring of Todd Bowles to replace Bruce Arians as he moved into an advisory role, Gronk, and more drama surrounding Tom Brady (the leak of his plans to join the Dolphins and then his absence from the team that now appears to be due to personal issues at home) ….. of our team. A lot has been opened up.
Notwithstanding, here we are with the arrival of football.
The Buccaneers open their season against the Dallas Cowboys in a primetime game later tonight.
Last year, we opened our season against the same team, and it turned out to be a nail-biter in the first game as we barely managed a 31-29 win against the Cowboys. Dak Prescott tossed for more than 400 yards in last year’s variant of this game, and controlling their passing game should be a point of convergence for Tampa Sound this year.
A big difference for the Cowboys this year is the loss of Amari Cooper, who was their team’s leading receiver in last year’s game against us and second on their team this year. Trading Cooper to the Browns was a bit of a questionable move because it certainly took a dynamic playmaker from their team, however, to continue carrying the load with Michael on CeeDee Lamb, their leading receiver last year. Very confident. Gallup and rookie Jalen Tolbert.
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Helping them will be the performance of Dak Prescott, who had the fourth-highest completion percentage in the league last season, which should certainly give his receivers better looks.
Our corners will need to be aggressive on the line and throw our receivers off their routes to give our line some more time to pressure the post, which leads to less accurate passes. Carlton Davis, Jamel Dean, and Sean Murphy-Bunting will all be very busy in this Dallas offense that likes to pass the ball a lot!
Our run defense should be effective again this year, even with the loss of Ndamukong Suh, as we still have Vita Vea eating up space in the middle and one of the best linebacker bunches in the game.
For our offense, we need to know where Micah Parsons stands on each play. Parsons is a game-changer who can get behind the passer with ease, drop back into coverage, and pick off ball carriers before they can get to the line of scrimmage. This guy is aggressive, and he has a big impact on the game, so we have to make sure he is accounted for.
The Cowboys’ defense also forced more turnovers than any other team in the league last year, including four (two fumbles and two interceptions) the last time we played them. , so taking care of the ball will be crucial this time. A lot of that starts with Trayvon Diggs, the Dallas cornerback who led the league in interceptions last year. However, one thing to note is that while Diggs forces a lot of turnovers, he also gives up a ton of yards, giving up over a thousand last year, which makes him a high gamble, high prize. Diggs was able to take on Brady last year, so it will be up to Tom and his receivers to minimize Diggs’ risk and reward this year.
Another important part of success on Sunday night will be coming up with a balanced attack for the Cowboys. Last year, Tampa rushed for the 7th most yards in the league, and if we can force Dallas to respect the threat of the run, that should slow down their lethal pass rush and should take some pressure off your offensive line. until the blocks. The Cowboys’ rush defence is tied for the 8th worst in the league in opposing yards per carrying, and that’s something Leonard Fournette will need to take advantage of to truly impact the game this year.
All in all, I think we’re in for another very close game in this first week of the season, and I can’t wait to finish (hopefully) winning with you guys.
Game recap: Cowboys drop opener to Bucs 19-3.
Coming into the regular season, the two biggest positional concerns for the Dallas Cowboys were their wide receivers and offensive line. If this opening game is any indication, they have plenty to worry about … and now they have to add a quarterback to that list as well as Dak Prescott missing a few weeks with a hand injury. It is expected.
Falling to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 19-3 in front of a sellout crowd of 93,797 fans, the Cowboys were unable to muster much in the way of an offensive threat. The offensive line performed well under the circumstances, but consistency and penalties were an issue.
For their part, the receivers struggled to create much space and so Dak Prescott, by no means quick himself, completed just 14 of 29 pass attempts for 134 yards and the passer. had a rating of 47.2. New No. 1 wideout CeeDee Lamb was targeted 11 times but only managed 29 yards on two passes.
To make matters worse, Prescott had to leave the game with five minutes left due to an injury to his throwing hand, pending X-ray results. But Dak said after the game that he expects surgery on his thumb and the Cowboys look like he’ll miss a few games.
A bright spot on the offense was probably Ezekiel Elliott, as he averaged 5.2 yards per carrying. However, after much talk of a team relying on the running game, Elliott was handed the ball just 10 times, finishing with 52 rushing yards on the night. Meanwhile, although there was talk of adding more Tony Pollard, he averaged just eight yards on six carries, a 1.3 average, with two catches for 14 more yards.
Of course, coming into this season, the Cowboys knew they had to rely on their defense, and led by last season’s Defensive Rookie Player of the Year, Micah Parsons, the unit at least took over the game completely. prevented from exiting. Still, future Hall of Famer Tom Brady did what Tom Brady does, rushing for 212 yards and a touchdown for an 87.3 rating.
Running back Leonard Fournette probably did the most damage, though he did rush for 127 yards on 21 carries. He and the Buccaneer defense, which held Dallas to 244 total yards of offense, proved too much. In comparison, Tampa Bay racked up 347 yards of total offense.
The two sides traded field goals on the game’s opening drives, with Brett Maher splitting the uprights from 51 yards. Tampa Bay’s Ryan Succop then answered with a 44-yard field goal.
Unfortunately, the Cowboys suffered a setback on their first possession when left guard Connor McGovern left the game with an ankle injury. For an offensive line already thin with the loss of Tyron Smith, seeing another starter sidelined was something they certainly couldn’t afford.
Succop made it two of the Buccaneers’ first two series as he was good this time from 38 yards, giving the visitors an early lead.
The Buccaneers marched back into Cowboys territory on their third possession, but after Parsons sacked Tom Brady on third-and-8, Dallas got a break when Succop pulled his kick wide left. The Cowboys, though, couldn’t take advantage of the foul.
Quite the opposite in fact as on third-and-10 from his 26-yard line, Prescott was picked off by Tampa Bay safety Antoine Winfield, and the Buccaneers set up at the Dallas 23-yard line. Thankfully, the defense forced another field goal attempt with Parsons picking up his second sack of the night. This time Succop was good from 29 yards.
Another Tampa Bay drive, another field goal chance. Dallas’ defense thankfully kept the Buccaneers out of the end zone, but the visitors went into halftime with a 12-3 lead when Schoop kicked a 47-yard field goal with 14 seconds left in the second quarter.
Maybe the Cowboys should have felt lucky to only be down by nine. At halftime, the Buccaneers had outgained the Cowboys by 294 yards to just 94, with only 53 of those coming through the air.
After knocking on the goal line door several times, the Buccaneers finally broke through. Starting at their 10-yard line with just over eight minutes left in the quarter, the Buccaneers opened with three straight Fournette runs for a combined 37 yards. Then it was Brady’s turn as he completed 4 of 5 passes for 39 yards, the last of which was a 5-yard toss to the left side of the end zone to Mike Evans for the only touchdown of the game.
With that, the Buccaneers already seemed to have an insurmountable 19-3 lead heading into the final quarter.
Desperate to add to their point total, the Cowboys went for it on fourth-and-2 at the Buccaneers’ 41-yard line, but Prescott’s pass to rookie Dennis Houston fell incomplete. Just three snaps into Tampa Bay’s next possession, though, safety Donovan Wilson took Brady’s offering, his interception giving Dallas the ball at its 48. D line.
Still unable to get anything going on offense, the Cowboys’ night fell further when Prescott had to leave the game late in the fourth quarter after throwing his hands on consecutive plays. Cooper Rush was escorted to the locker room shortly after entering the game.
The clock doesn’t zero so fast could kill Once that happens, the Cowboys head into Week 2 of this young 2022 season with even more questions to be answered. Preview Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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