Cowboys Preseason Game 2: Can Dallas DBs Survive Loader Weapons? – Mike D’Abate, SI.com

This could be a good opportunity for the Cowboys secondary to bounce back from a shaky preseason opener.

Coming off the back of a disappointing performance in their 17-7 loss to the Denver Broncos on Saturday night, Dallas Cowboys cornerbacks Kelvin Joseph and Nahshon Wright are no doubt looking to bounce back with strong performances in Game 2. team’s pre-season.

The pair of sophomore defensive backs each gave up touchdowns, contributing significantly to the team facing a 17-0 deficit against a Broncos offense largely bereft of starters.

Fortunately (or unfortunately, depending on your perspective), the Cowboys are in for a formidable defensive test when they visit the Los Angeles Chargers on Saturday. August 20 at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California.

In addition to top receivers Keenan Allen and Mike Williams, the Bolts’ reserves have also proven worthy of attention. Wideout Joe Reed had four of five targets for 61 yards and a touchdown and returned three kickoffs for 60 yards in the Chargers’ 29-22 preseason loss to the Los Angeles Rams on Saturday night. Fellow reserve receiver Jalen Guyton also scored his two targets from six yards.

In a league full of close games, the Cowboys play a scary game at this position – Mac Engel, Fort Worth Star-Telegram

The kicking game could potentially negatively decide enough games to keep Dallas from making the playoffs.

Of the many ongoing position battles with the Dallas Cowboys, the most compelling is Prayer vs. Tell Me Your Name Again? These are not the names of the Dallas Cowboys kickers, but the two match.

Want to find a great way to lose five games a season, give it to the kicker you can’t trust.

The Dallas Cowboys are an NFL team with a slump of college kickers. Ever since Dan Bailey injured his leg in 2017, they’ve been doing what they always do: throw a bag full of lawn darts into the sky and hope one of them lands near the target. As of August 16, 2022, they are not close to the goal.

The situation is not good. Since 2017, the Cowboys have used seven kickers and there’s a good chance they’ll be No. 8 this season.

Bailey, Mike Nugent, Jeff Heath, Brett Maher, Kai Forbath, Greg Zuerlein and Lirim Hajrullahu have all kicked for the Cowboys over the past five years. Special teams coach John “Bones” Fassel brought Zuerlein to the Cowboys, only for Greg “The Leg” to make his way out of town.

Who could be the next head coach after McCarthy? – Tony Shahl, Inside The Star

Don’t be surprised to see Jerry Jones recruit as coach if Mike McCarthy is fired after the 2022 season.

We all know the coaching staff hasn’t been very strong for the Dallas Cowboys over the past two seasons. Much of the blame was directed at head coach Mike McCarthy for this lack of leadership. If McCarthy were to be fired, who could replace him?

It’s speculation for a day later since Jerry Jones came out and said he wasn’t interested in finding a new head coach just yet. McCarthy is safe with Jerry Jones for now, but many fans think differently.

One coach who was up for grabs this summer was Sean Payton, the former head coach of the New Orleans Saints. He was surrounded by speculation during this time as some believed he could be the new Cowboys coach despite still being under contract with NO. That didn’t happen, however, but I wouldn’t count on the possibility of his returning to the game. Besides Sean Payton, who else would be a good candidate as head coach of the Cowboys?

There are usually college coaches who would be ready to take the next step in their career and head to the NFL. A coach that comes to mind is Dabo Swinney. Dabo has been Clemson’s head coach since 2008. He has proven his ability to develop good players including Deshaun Watson and Trevor Lawrence.

Dallas Cowboys activate Anthony Barr after PUP roster stint – Griffin McVeigh, On3

It’s time to get Anthony Barr working before the start of the regular season.

Antoine Barr signed with the Dallas Cowboys this offseason, giving the team a much-needed boost at linebacker. At this point in training camp and a preseason game, Barr has been unable to practice with the Cowboys. However, this is expected to change in the near future after a move to the PUP list.

According Aaron Wilson of the Pro Football Network, Barr passed a medical and was activated by Dallas on Tuesday. He can now work with the full team, looking to prepare for the start of the regular season.

On Monday, McCarthy confirmed Barr would return to the training ground but did not give a specific timeline. Wednesday seems like the most likely date at the moment.

Barr signed a one-year, $3 million contract with the team just before training camp began. He is expected to be a big help at linebacker, especially when Micah Parsons lines up outside of its traditional position. There will be a lot of different looks Dallas can throw on with Barr and Parsons on the court at the same time.

Predicting which Cowboys will make the Pro Bowl in 2022 – Mark Heaney, The Landry Hat

Which Cowboys players do you see making the Pro Bowl this year?

Fan-voted selections for the Pro Bowl have become less substantial over the past few years, but the title still means a lot to players and fans, and they generally correlate to that team’s success over the season. regular.

In four of the past five years, the Dallas Cowboys have had 5 or more Pro Bowl selections each season, with the sole exception of 2020 when they had none. This consistency is rare across the league, but can we expect the same from this 2022 roster?

1. Zack Martin, right guard

Any conversation about the Cowboys and the Pro Bowl must begin with the heart and soul of offensive lineman Zack Martin. A seven-time Pro Bowler, Martin has been and will continue to be a shoo-in for honor as he consistently ranks as the best guard in the league.

2. Micah Parsons, linebacker

My second selection is another easy one, as I have sophomore superstar Micah Parsons making his 2nd straight Pro Bowl at just 23 years old.

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