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#1 21-11-2018 03:55:05

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The Cowboys completely mishandled their final possession

and sheepishly played for overtime Two weeks ago the Dallas Cowboys partly lost in Houston because Jason Garrett chose to punt when on the Texans 42-yard line in overtime. Sunday in Washington the Cowboys staff had another conservative way about their business.Dallas trailed Washington by three points in the game’s final minute. Dak Prescott was rallying his troops to get within Brett Maher’s striking distance and hit Cole Beasley for a six-yard gain that saw him land at the Washington 31-yard line. Beasley’s catch was one that went for review Bob Lilly Jersey , although it was easy to see that when the officials emerged from their tablets that it would stand as one. As it was a review it provided a window of time for the Cowboys to assess the entire game situation and consider their next move. The Cowboys had one timeout remaining and when the ball was to be set after Beasley’s catch it was going to be a first down with 12 seconds left. They could have had Dak Prescott immediately spike the ball so that they could have arranged a pass play to pick up more yardage, or they could have gone into a pass play straight on first down if that’s what they preferred. Considering the Cowboys have seen Brett Maher make some big kicks so far this season they figured they were as close as they needed to be and instead chose to run the ball with Ezekiel Elliott. Zeke picked up two yards and likely placed the ball where Maher wanted, but that’s not the point here. Like punting in Houston, the Cowboys went conservative, and paid the price again.Jason Garrett’s staff once again took the conservative approach with the game on the line12 seconds is forever in the NFL. Time is often not exactly what it seems which is a lesson that felt learned in the game itself as Dak Prescott was in the middle of leading the Cowboys over a 10-point fourth quarter deficit. Dallas could have thrown it anywhere... they could have gone deep, shallow, to the endzone Jay Novacek Color Rush Jersey , out of bounds, the point is they could have tried to pick up more yardage for the purposes of shortening the field goal or even winning the game outright with a touchdown.As we all know that’s not what Dallas did. With the ball on the Washington 29-yard line they felt that Brett Maher was good from that range so in their minds they settled for going to overtime, despite having only 17 points on the board through almost the entire game. Unfortunately, Dallas ended up moving backwards thanks to a fluky penalty which nobody understood, but the NFL is trying to tell the world that it was in fact legit.Forget the penalty, though. We’re talking about what happened before that. Jason Garrett and his fellow coaches knowing, consciously https://www.dallascowboysfanshop.com/Bill-Bates-Jersey , and intentionally chose to lay up when they had 12 seconds on the clock. What’s more is it’s not like this was an in-the-moment decision they instructed Dak to make while the team was running up after Cole’s six-yard catch, they had the entire review period to sit on this idea as one that they thought was the absolute best one to make.Maybe Jason Garrett didn’t believe in his offense, but that’s also a huge problemPerhaps your defense of Jason Garrett here is that he feared Dak Prescott would turn the ball over and therefore not even give Brett Maher any shot to tie the game at all. Wouldn’t that be really bad? Wouldn’t that be terrible? Never mind the fact that Dak hadn’t thrown an interception all game (he did fumble twice), but if Jason Garrett is worried of a turnover or sack that will knock his team out of range then he really has bigger problems than we’re talking about.The way that Dallas handled the very end of the final drive of the game was a disaster. At the very best the truth of it all is that Jason Garrett is that fearful of things going badly for his offense which would be a huge indictment on the team on its own. Things got exacerbated a bit by the penalty, but the decision we’re talking about had long been made by then.We had a bit of a reprieve with the way that the Cowboys beat the Jacksonville Jaguars last week, but a loss like this on the road against a division rival is not going to help the Dallas cause.Cowboys news: Reactions to the Amari Cooper trade Well, that was an eventful Monday. We’ve got all the reactions from the day’s events. The Cowboys Had to Overpay to Get Amari Cooper From the Raiders - Danny Heifetz Charles Haley Jersey , The RingerDid the Cowboys overpay for Cooper? Cowboys acquiring WR Amari Cooper from Raiders - Nick Shook, NFL.comMany opinions are that the trade decision was driven by both a weak NFC East and an increasingly hot seat for head coach Jason Garrett. Amari Cooper Traded to Cowboys from Raiders for 1st-Round Pick - Kyle Newport, Bleacher ReportSome insights on Cooper the player. The Cowboys’ trade for Amari Cooper signals a sense of desperation – Calvin Watkins, The AthleticWatkins gives us his insider thoughts, including some interesting quotes from last week by the Cowboys’ leadership. The Morning After: Cowboys have too many problems with few solutions in sight – Bob Sturm, The AthleticThe Sturminator weighs in with his usual lengthy recap of Sunday’s loss to the Redskins. Audibles at the Line: Week 7 - Staff, Football OutsidersEach week the Football Outsider’s staff provides live commentary on the games as they unfold. They reacted like most of us to how the Cowboys’ handled the final seconds. Jason Garrett still hasn’t learned from his mistakes - Steven Ruiz L. P. Ladouceur Color Rush Jersey , ForTheWinThe criticism of Jason Garrett is only increasing and it’s understandable why. Another opinion finds the head coach’s decisions wanting. Cowboys upset over controversial penalty in loss to Redskins - Tom Schad, USATodayLost amid Monday’s news is the fact the Cowboys were yet again victimized by the rare application of an obscure rule called under dubious circumstances. Cowboys admit WR committee was a mistake; hope Cooper is a No. 1 - Todd Archer, ESPNChronicling how the Cowboys’ front office finally came to their conclusion. Jason Garrett is still on the clock all these years later - Todd Archer, ESPNThe ESPN report also chimes in regarding Garrett’s perpetual conservatism and how it’s holding the team back.

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