On 2nd Thought: Lots of High Praise to Go Around

On 2nd Thought: Lots of High Praise to Go Around

On 2nd thought: too many compliments to go around.

ARLINGTON, Texas – The Cowboys have won three straight games – all with Cooper Rush as the starter. But it’s the defence that’s been carrying the Cowboys even during this stretch without Dak Prescott.

The Cowboys beat the Commanders for the first time, winning 25-10 on defence.

On 2nd Thought: Lots of High Praise to Go Around
On 2nd Thought: Lots of High Praise to Go Around

The Cowboys staff writers offered the following succinct opinion after the game:

Nick Eatman: I can say that this game far exceeded my expectations. Thought it would be tough early on, but this bend but not break defence is barely bending that much. And it’s not just Micah Parsons, the rest of the pass rushers are hitting home runs. I thought Trayvon Diggs played an incredible game – he always seems to do that against Washington. But overall, this defence looks dirty. The offence is doing its part and special teams came up with the bulk, especially with Brett Maher’s field goals. It took four quarters to demonstrate that the Cowboys were superior to the Commanders.

Patrick Walker: It was a winnable contest for the Cowboys and, while they didn’t make it easy for themselves at times, they were able to do exactly what they needed to and push Carson Wentz into a bad game. – due to a touchdown and plenty of late-game yardages to put the contest out of reach – to go 3-1 on the season. Trayvon Diggs hauled in his second interception in as many games and two key pass breakups as the defensive front stayed in Wentz’s face without paying rent.

And while Diggs was clamping down on another star receiver — namely Terry McLaren — he was thrilled to see his offensive counterpart Michael Gallup return, making his presence immediately felt in the process. Gallup’s touchdown changed the momentum and gave Dallas a lead they would never relinquish as Cooper Rush, aided by big games from CeeDee Lamb and Noah Brown, became the first QB in Cowboys history to win his first four starts. In the end, there was no shortage of contributions from key players and role players alike, and Brett Maher made sure that special teams had a say in the outcome as well – in a game that gave Dallas all three. Defeated his bitter enemy in stages.

Rob Phillips: The run game was a big factor in the Cowboys’ last two wins. You could argue that wasn’t the case against Washington on Sunday — he rushed for just 62 yards and averaged 2.1 per carrying — but that’s missing the big picture. Offensive coordinator Kellen Moore once again stuck with it — 29 attempts — and run threat plays downfield, such as Noah Brown’s 45-yard catch in the third quarter that led to a field goal. Cooper Rush, the quarterback, stated that “the run game is the cornerstone of everything.” When Dak Prescott recovers from his thumb injury, the offence needs and wants that to continue.

On second thought: Reasons behind this return

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – What started as a defensive battle turned a little more aggressive in the second half.

But it was the Cowboys who scored most of the points as they cruised to a 23-16 win at MetLife Stadium.

The Cowboys staff writers offered the following succinct opinion after the game:

On 2nd Thought: Lots of High Praise to Go Around
On 2nd Thought: Lots of High Praise to Go Around

Nick Wightman: After finishing bombing through the first two predictions of the season, I’m feeling a lot better about this “21-16 win” over the Giants with Trevon Diggs’ interception. A 23-16 victory is pretty close, but it was what we all expected. The defence will shut down the entire game, and the offence will finally find a rhythm. That was certainly the case tonight. Cooper Rush was great all game, it just took a while for his receivers and the offensive line to settle in and help him. I think this defence is so aggressive it will keep the Cowboys in the game more often than not. This was just one of those examples. But a great, much-needed win. On 2nd Thought:

Patrick Walker: Resilience. It’s a word the Cowboys’ coaching staff has made their mantra for the 2022 season, and it showed itself once again in Week 3 against the New York Giants — on the road. Now snapping a two-game winning streak to go 2-1 on the season, they did so by potentially overcoming back-breaking mistakes (for example, a dropped pass by CeeDee Lamb for a touchdown will end in a Down) with a game-changing redemption. plays (for example, an incredible one-handed catch in the end zone by Lamb to give the Cowboys a lead they would never relinquish).

Cooper Rush played some of his best football in going 3-0 as an NFL starter, never fazed by the mistakes of his WRs or TEs, a single reason they all came together during an impressive second half at MetLife Stadium. brought back to And then there was the defence, a unit that saw DeMarcus Lawrence go into maniac mode on Daniel Jones — punishing him with three sacks in the first half — and punctuated by Trayvon Diggs’ game-sealing interception. Toss in a blocked field goal by Dorance Armstrong (who also had a sack) and the Cowboys won all three phases, a testament to their … resilience.

Rob Phillips: I thought it was going to be an “up to 20” type of game because both teams are playing so well defensively, and the Cowboy’s defence keeps getting blown out. Five sacks. Twelve hits on Daniel Jones, who saw a career-high pressure. (I lost count, but it was over 20.) And Trayvon Diggs had an interception. Offensively, penalties came their way again — partly due to so many young players expected to play heavy snaps — but it was a big second-half answer. Cooper Rush once again showed a similar comfort level with the system he’s been playing in since 2017 and benefited from a strong effort in the run game, and we got a glimpse of what Jason Peters Can Bring to the Offensive Line A nice road win. On 2nd Thought:

On second thought: The reason for this Cowboys win

ARLINGTON, Texas – What a difference one week made. The Cowboy’s defence faced a top-notch quarterback for the second straight Sunday.

Only this time, guilt pulled its weight too. Add that up and the Cowboys managed to sneak away with a 20-17 win at the final buzzer.

Following the game, the Cowboys staff writers provided the following short analysis: Nick Eatman: Well, wrong again. But I am sure you guys will be happy about it. In a way, so am I, because we have to cover this team for the next four months and it’s an easy ride when there’s hope. That’s what we saw today – there’s a lot of hope for this season.

Unbelievably, a game that wasn’t always pretty ended with a last-second victory. But you know what was the beautiful thing? That last drive by Cooper Rush and the offence, especially when nothing worked the entire second half. What I love most about this game is the people who are given second and third chances, they shine the most. Cooper Rush, Bßrett Maher and Noah Brown have a lot of faith in this organization. And from the fans after today. A really good win for a team that needed more than we probably realised.

Patrick Walker: It was an episode of Cardiac Cowboys in Week 2, but winning in the NFL isn’t easy, so take the win however you can, especially when it’s 0-2 on the season. Helps to avoid the onset (and at home, no less). In defeating the Cincinnati Bengals at AT&T Stadium on Sunday, the Cowboys improved to 1-1 and immediately regained momentum to repeat as NFC East champions in 2022 — beating one of two Super Bowl LVI teams. On 2nd Thought:

Rush entered the matchup as a starter after the Cowboys lost Dak Prescott to a broken thumb on his throwing hand, and with his small sample size, it was difficult to determine whether Amiri can replicate his 2021 victory in Minnesota without Cooper and Michael. Gallop in tow.

And while it wasn’t the most electric game for Rush, it was impressive how he commanded the offence with an early touchdown pass to Noah Brown — who went on to have a breakout game — And how Rush overcame the odds. On 2nd Thought:

He passed on his clutch genes (again) with key passes to Brown and Lamb on the final drive before finally nailing Brett Maher’s coffin. In a contest that featured Micah Parsons, Trevon Diggs, Dorance Armstrong and the defence flat out, Burrow and Co. But dominated to the tune of six sacks, all the Cowboys needed was a rush to make big throws in big moments, and he did just that.

Rob Phillips: Just a great win. As many early-season wins as the Cowboys have had in a while, just based on historical math: According to USA Today, only 9% of teams that start 0-2 in the Super Bowl era make the playoffs. I have returned to make room. The Cowboys dodged that stat with a complete victory: a balanced offence around the Cooper rush, a dynamic pass rush for most of the game, and some significant hidden yardage on special teams (notably by Conte Turpin before the game-winning drive). (a 14-yard punt return by ) and a decisive field goal by Brett Maher, whom the Cowboys selected as the kicker because of his big leg and career experience. Without Dak Prescott on Sunday, he made everyone raise their game.

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