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The Dallas Cowboys take on the New York Giants on Sunday at AT&T Stadium. Both teams are entering the matchups down 0-1 after dismal performances from each team’s offense in week one. Today Dallas Cowboys Hoodie , we will take a look at the Giants offense from week one and what they were able to do against the Jacksonville Jaguars.The rub-conceptIf you’re a fan of the NFL, it is known that the Giants offensive line is not very good, and that’s putting it nicely. When your offensive line struggles, the quarterback doesn’t have time to allow routes downfield to develop. The Giants know this, and game-planned for the offensive line struggles well using the rub route a lot in their offensive gameplan.Play 1 - New York’s rub routesThis is the definition of an “illegal rub route” but there was no flag thrown and a huge gain for the New York offense. Head-coach Pat Shurmur and offensive coordinator Mike Shula drew up multiple plays in this game knowing Beckham was going to battle to get constant separation from All-Pro cornerback Jalen Ramsey. Shepard does an excellent job of running himself and his man right into Jalen Ramsey’s path which allows Beckham to run for 10-15 yards with no one covering him. If Eli delivers a better ball here, Odell could run for a while.Play 2 - New York’s rub routes with a more subtle twistAs you see above, Sterling Shepard starts off his route with a quick little jab to Jalen Ramsey’s shoulders. This subtle push knocks Ramsey off time by a half-a-second which allows Odell Beckham Jr to gain a step on Ramsey up the field. This is also a very veteran savvy move from Odell to run Ramsey into Myles Jack right before he makes his break at the top of his route. These to little bumps from Shepard and Jack allow Beckham to gain a step or two on Ramsey which gives Eli Manning a bigger window to throw to.Stopping Saquon BarkleyWhenever a team drafts a skill-player with the second-overall pick in the NFL Draft, teams are going to give that player a ton of attention. Barkley had a nice start to his NFL career on Sunday against the Jaguars defense that finished 21st in the NFL in 2017. Barkley finished the game with 18 carries, for 108 yards, and a touchdown. He did gain 68 of those yards on one carry , so when looking at the whole sample size, Barkley had 40 yards on 17 carries when you take out the one huge run. But that’s the player Barkley is. He may not hit you for five-to-eight yard runs all game behind that line, but if you fall asleep on any given play, he can take you to the house. Barkey was also involved in the passing game catching two passes for 22 yards. If the Cowboys want to stop Barkley, they are going to need to tackle a whole lot better than they did last Sunday against the Panthers.Play 1 - Barkley is explosiveThere is not much to analyze above, but there is one concept to touch on and that is the Dallas defense must stay at home and contain their lanes, or Barkley can make you pay. They have to be disciplined in run defense, and they have to tackle well. If not, they will be in for a long day.Play 2 - It takes more than one to get Barkley downThis should have been a gain of one, at most for Barkley. But Telvin Smith is unable to corral him and he picks up 10 here. The rest of the Jax defense is slow to rally to the ball, including Myles Jack. If the Cowboys want to control the Giants rushing attack, Sean Lee, Jaylon Smith, and Damien Wilson will need to be much better tackling and rallying to the football.Giants offensive line is still badThe Giants spent resources this offseason rebuilding their offensive line. It hasn’t worked so far. Nate Solder looked below-average at best on Sunday, Will Hernandez too, right guard Patrick Omameh was not good, and Ereck Flowers continues to be Ereck Flowers. Play 1 - DeMarcus Lawrence can’t believe his eyesThe first play (above) for the Giants offense is a tripping penalty called on Flowers. Calais Campbell completely destroys Flowers with an inside swim move and Flowers has no other choice but to stick his foot out and save Eli Manning’s life. Both of the Giants starting tackles had their struggles against a very good Jacksonville defense, and they’ll have their hands full again on Sunday with the Cowboys defensive ends.Play 2 - The Giants have their own rookie guard issueWhen it wasn’t the tackles, the Giants interior offensive line struggled as well. Will Hernandez had a “welcome to the NFL” game on Sunday dealing with Malik Jackson, Calais Campbell, and Marcell Dareus. Hernandez struggled mightily with speed on Sunday and that shows in the clip above. The Cowboys interior defensive lineman should have a really nice game in Sunday working against the rookie Hernandez, and veteran Patrick Omameh.Play 3 - DeMarcus Lawrence is so ready for SundayThis isn’t even a great pass rush rep from Lerentee McCray but he’s still able to beat Ereck Flowers with an inside move and bring down Eli Manning for the sack. Since Flowers struggles so much with speed, he has to take wide sets with his outside foot which leaves his inside shoulder vulnerable when pass rushers are able to use a quick inside move. One of DeMarcus Lawrence’s best pass rush moves is an inside swim move, look for him to use that a ton on Sunday night.Play 4 - Did we mention the Giants have a rookie guard issue?Another rep of rookie Will Hernandez struggling with inside speed. Jacksonville lined Calais Campbell up at defensive tackle a lot to give him one-on-one matchups with Hernandez. This could be something the Cowboys do with DeMarcus Lawrence in nickel packages. The Jaguars defensive line completely dominated the Giants offensive line, even though they only had two sacks in the game, they completely dominated the game.Applying pressure to Eli Manning, limits Odell Beckham Jr.In the section above we highlighted the offensive line woes for the Giants. Getting consistent pressure in Eli Manning’s face is the key to victory for the Cowboys defense. Eli often gets “happy feet” after getting knocked around and put on his back. That showed in the second half against the Jaguars last weekend. Eli’s first half was actually pretty solid. He finished the first half 11 for 12, 98 yards, and a passer rating of 100.7. He finished the game going 23 for 37, for 224 yards, an interception, and a passer rating of 67.8. Once the Jaguars were able to make Manning feel uncomfortable, it completely changed Manning’s level of play. It also helped limit Odell Beckham Jr.Play 1 - Eli being EliOdell Beckham Jr could have had over 200 yards and two or three touchdowns on Sunday if his quarterback delivered better balls to him. Beckham created separation all day due to his route-running ability, the offensive game plan, and the way the defense has to play him. It is almost impossible to press Odell, due to his ability to win of the line of scrimmage with his quick release and elite footwork. There’s really no good way to limit Odell Beckham, but you can get to Eli which ultimately takes Odell’s playmaking ability out of the game. On the above play, there wasn’t even that much pressure on Eli, and he still missed an open Beckham for a touchdown.Play 2 - Stopping Beckham means pressuring EliThe Jaguars send an all-out blitz, but Eli doesn’t adjust his protection to pick up the overloaded right side. He closes his eyes and heaves this into the endzone three yards too deep for Beckham Jr, who had Jalen Ramsey beat. This is an easy six points for the Giants if the protection is adjusted and the blitzing safety gets picked up. Again, there’s no way to take Odell Beckham out of the game due to how good he is, but you get Eli Manning with happy feet and you can bet his level of play goes down Customized Dallas Cowboys Jerseys , which effects how much damage OBJ can do to your defense.Play 3 - You can’t sleep on Sterling Shepard Even at age 37, if you give Eli Manning time, he’ll find the open man and move his offense down the field. With Odell Beckham Jr, Sterling Shepard, and Evan Engram as his go to weapons, Manning does a nice job of getting the ball out quickly to the open man, and if he has times, those guys will get open. Shepard is mostly used out of the slot and does a lot of his damage in the middle of the field. Engram also seems to do most of his damage in the middle of the field and up the seam. Engram is used asbig slot, so he will be a tough guy to defend on Sunday night, especially with all the attention the Cowboys defense will be giving to Beckham and Barkley. But Shepard can be a dangerous factor and the Cowboys need to have a plan for him.The Cowboys defense was really good on Sunday against the Panthers, but they’ll need to be even better on Sunday night against the division rival New York Giants. Neither team can afford to drop to 0-2 this early in the season, so I expect the Giants to be very aggressive on offense. If the Cowboys want to pull this one out, the defensive line and secondary will have to come to play.Crunching stats: Looking back at Cowboys’ win over Lions, and projecting forward The stats from the Dallas Cowboys much-needed win over the Detroit Lions fall right in line with what we saw: The best offensive game of the year for the Cowboys, combined with another game where the defense had some problems with the challenge of an excellent quarterback on the other side. But the positives outweigh the negatives. That is always a good thing. So let’s jump in to what we can glean from the overall picture.The receiving corps looks like it has firmed up.Particularly in the sense of who are the primary targets. Most of the time, the Cowboys go with a single running back on the field, which leaves four spots to be filled by some combination of wide receivers and tight ends. That group of receivers will vary a bit depending on the play called. But combining the snap counts with the targets and balls caught shows us who will be doing most of the work going forward.Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty ImagesHere are the top receivers, with their targets, catches, yards, and the number and percentage of snaps they were on the field.Ezekiel Elliott: 4 targets, 4 receptions, 88 yards (1 TD), 53 snaps, 77%Cole Beasley: 5 targets, 4 receptions, 53 yards, 38 snaps, 55%Geoff Swaim: 5 targets, 3 receptions, 39 yards (1 TD), 64 snaps, 93%Allen Hurns: 5 targets, 3 receptions, 30 yards, 47 snaps, 68%Michael Gallup: 5 targets, 2 receptions, 45 yards, 40 snaps, 58%Rod Smith was the only other player who caught a pass, in relief of Elliott. Tavon Austin and Rico Gathers each had one target without a catch. And that’s it.It is pretty clear. Your starters, regardless of who is actually on the field for the first play of the game, are those five names that had all but one of the receptions in the game. And the roles are beginning to shake out. Swaim is obvious as the TE1, with Zeke even more so as RB1. Beasley and Hurns are the possession receivers, while Gallup looks like the primary deep threat, which is going to mean less catches but more impact for each. There still is work to do, as Hurns, Gallup, and Austin all had drops while Gathers seemed to mistime his jump in the end zone. But there is now a workable plan going forward for the receivers.The return of the 214 connection.21 and 4, AKA Zeke and Dak, were back in the winning form of their rookie year. Elliott clearly looked like the best running back in the league with a career best output in yardage from scrimmage, and is back at the top of the rushing list Womens Taco Charlton Jersey , where he belongs.Prescott is not the stat-generating monster Elliott is, but he never has been, and doesn’t need to be as long as Elliott is playing at such a high level. What he did against Detroit is put up the kind of numbers he had during his first season and a half, going 17 for 27 with two TDs and no INTs, and more importantly, completing two passes that traveled over 30 yards in the air. Dak is not the most potent threat as a quarterback, but he once again was a valid one that reestablished the synergy with the big-time running attack. If he continues to produce at about the same level as he did against a Lions defense that has a good secondary, then the Cowboys can be at or around that 400 yards per game level of production that is something of a threshold for a very good day on offense.And special note must be made of the play on the last drive that didn’t show up as a stat. It was when the ball was stripped from Prescott, and he had the presence of mind to scoop it up, run toward the sideline, and dump the ball off to get to a third and three rather than third and a whole bunch. It likely saved the day for the Cowboys. It is one sign that Prescott is maturing as a QB.3 sacks, 4 quarterback hits.As in how many times the Lions got to Dak, and one of those sacks was when he was scrambling and went out of bounds just short of the line of scrimmage. He did get taken down one other time, but there were two defensive penalties on the play that nullified that one. Still, he got hit a lost less than last week, due to much better protection from the offensive line. That has to boost his confidence, although he is still moving back when he should be climbing the pocket. He obviously needs to work on that. Maybe the reduction in hits will help him gain the faith to do so.As for run blocking, 183 yards rushing speaks for itself.4 for 4.That was the line for Brett Maher’s field goals. He kept Dallas close by getting some points even when too many drives fizzled in the Detroit end of the field, and of course nailed the game winner. Re-live it, why don’t you?It is too soon to say that the decision to release Dan Bailey was the correct one, but the early returns are certainly good.1:39 left in the second quarter, 2:59 left in the third quarter.That is when the Cowboys scored their two touchdowns. What’s important about it?Coming into this game, Dallas had scored no touchdowns in the second and third quarters. They had only managed nine points altogether in those quarters. In one game, they exceeded that total and broke the TD drought. This is something that can get overlooked, but is a major step that needs to be replicated going forward.5 for 12 (42%) and 1 for 3 (33%)Time for some concerning numbers, namely the Cowboys’ third down and red zone efficiency stats. Those are not good, although the third down rate was nearly twice as good as it was for the first three games. There is clearly room and need for improvement.What has changed is that the job Scott Linehan did with the game plan and calling plays on Sunday now gives us some hope he can continue to improve things. There is still some debate about just whether and how many times he actually put in some of those new wrinkles, but he clearly dug much deeper into his playbook and with considerably more success than in the first three weeks. He just needs to keep that up.8 tackles, 3 sacks, 3 tackles for a loss, 3 QB hits.Time to look at the defense. That is the stat line for one DeMarcus Lawrence, at the time of this writing the league leader in sacks. That is a remarkable performance. The rest of the Hot Boyz were not nearly as effective, but sacks are often a result of team effort on stunts, blitzes, and just occupying other blockers. Still, DLaw is making a case as the most valuable defender in the league right now. And soon, someone is going to back a truck up to his house and unload a ton of contract money. Hopefully, it will be the Cowboys.13 total tackles.The combined stats for Jaylon Smith and Leighton Vander Esch. That’s not spectacular, but for the first time in what seems forever, the Cowboys took the field without Sean Lee, and did not look like they were falling apart on defense. Two highly questioned draft picks are panning out very well.0.As in the number of times Matthew Stafford tried to throw a pass in the direction of Byron Jones.Pretty much says it all.307 yards passing.That is what Stafford did throwing the ball. It was almost too much, but turned out to not quite be. Plus with the many pinpoint throws that Stafford was making, often against Chidobe Awuzie, who couldn’t have done much else without drawing a flag, it felt like that number should have been higher. It was a case of what the defense did being just enough given the performance of the offense. Close games are something you want to avoid in the NFL, because over time, they are a 50/50 proposition. But getting a win in one is always a great outcome. Dallas just doesn’t want to get in many more of them.Those are some stats that stuck out for me. The sum of them all is that the team is headed in the right direction - for now. The task facing Dallas going forward is to keep moving that way. The next few games will let us know the truth of the matter, and there are some real challenges coming down the road. But for now, things are good. The Cowboys are still very much alive in the NFC East as the Philadelphia Eagles and the New York Giants both had losses. At this point in the season, that is a good place to be.

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