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Cowboys OTA Highlights: Ryan Switzer Shows Out For Dak Prescott

OTA’s are underway and today was a good day for the rookie wide receiver, Ryan Switzer.

Though you won’t get much video footage other than a few GIFs of these organized team activities, we’ll try to at least give you a place to consume all the highlights of the day recapped in one place. Today, rookie wide receiver, Ryan Switzer, got the bulk of the work with the ones as guys were given some rest for injuries.


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SAN DIEGO, California (Sept. 29, 2013) The Dallas Cowboys vs the San Diego Chargers. The Cowboys lost 30-21 due to a host of problems on the offensive and defensive side of the ball. ( photo by Alan B. Owens/Released)

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The History of the Dallas Cowboys – Part IV (1976 – 1980) LINK

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The History of the Dallas Cowboys – Part IV (1976 – 1980)

So, as we all know the Dallas Cowboys have a long and storied history. The team ranks:

  • · 2nd in Super Bowl wins
  • · 2nd (tie) in Super Bowl appearances
  • · 1st in playoff victories (despite many teams having played for decades longer)
  • · 1st in playoff games played
  • · 2nd in playoff appearances (again, despite many teams having played many more seasons)
  • · 2nd in total wins since NFL-AFL merger
  • · Most profitable sports franchise in North America

  • In short, the Dallas Cowboys have been a great NFL franchise and their history is worth celebrating. Today we’ll look at yet another dominant era, 1976 – 1980. I will add subsequent chapters, hopefully every week or so and be finished by the time training camp kicks into gear. In the process, I hope to learn things I didn’t know, remind myself of interesting things forgotten and relive things I’ll never forget. Perhaps those who read these posts will learn a thing or two as well.

NOTE: much of the information I use in these posts comes from Pro Football Reference, which is an invaluable resource…so a shout out to those who run that site. Your work is much appreciated.

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FEATURED COWBOYS LINK: Did The Dallas Cowboys Improve At Cornerback In 2017?

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Did The Dallas Cowboys Improve At Cornerback In 2017?

From 2016 to 2017, did the Cowboys improve at the cornerback position?

[After an incredible rise from worst to first in 2016, that saw the Cowboys ride the backs of two outstanding rookie campaigns to 13-3 and a changing of the guard, we have to examine the roster. From 1 to 53, we only have one question?

Have the Dallas Cowboys improved?

That may seem like a loaded question but in terms of looking inside and out and taking every variable into the equation, that question can be answered. Do you believe that the Cowboys improved from the 2016 season to now?]

When examining the Cowboys 2017 roster, we’re going to start alphabetically and so that brings us to perhaps the most-discussed position on the roster— cornerback. We know that the 2017 Dallas Cowboys will look completely different than in the secondary and most notably at cornerback.

Last Season:

RCB Brandon Carr – (started all 16 games, 1 INT, 61 tackles, signed four-year deal with Ravens worth $ 23.5M, $ 4M GTD)

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FEATURED ARTICLE: Cowboys to Watch In Training Camp & Preseason, Part II; The Young Players

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Cowboys to Watch In Training Camp & Preseason, Part II; The Young Players

With training camp and five preseason games approaching,this is a list of players that Cowboys fans should keep an eye out for. These players are ones competing for starting spots, playing time, and some are just fighting for a spot on the practice squad. This group is the young players (25 years old or younger on opening day of regular season, with at least one year of playing experience, excluding players who spent all of 2016 on PUP/NFI lists or practice squad).

Cowboys to Watch in Training Camp & Preseason, Part I; The Vets

OFFENSE:


Dak Prescott, Quarterback #4 (24/6’2″/238)


Last season, Dak Prescott took the league by storm and along with Ezekiel Elliott, led the Cowboys to the best record in the NFC and the playoffs. He made plays with his arm and legs, and he’s lethal as a passer off of play action. Dak was so successful last year because the offense was kept fairly simple and quarterback-friendly with simple reads. He did most of h ” >”>

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