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  • November 14, 2017 10:58 PM PST

    Scout’s Notebook: Re-Evaluating The OL Play; Unsung Performances On Defense We’ve written a few more of these post-loss breakdowns than we had to last season. That’s to be expected in the NFL, but it’s Ezekiel Elliott Jersey never a fun thing to do after a game like that. For the second time this season, the Cowboys were beaten soundly in a road game. As usual, it’s our job to take a look at the reasons why. Even in a game where the Cowboys allowed eight sacks and gave up 27 points, there are positives to be found. All three phases of the game saw solid performances – on top of the obvious bad ones we already know about. So, here’s what I saw after going through the tape – good, bad and ugly. Read I liked the design of the blitz by Sean Lee and Damien Wilson on the Xavier Woods interception. With the defense in their three-man front, both Lee and Wilson attacked the Falcons tackles with such violence it freed DeMarcus Lawrence and Tyrone Crawford up to put pressure on Matt Ryan. Ryan, feeling the heat from Lawrence Dallas Cowboys Jerseys and Lee, quickly fired the ball toward Mohamed Sanu -- but it was high. With Sanu having to adjust and Anthony Brown on his back, the ball got knocked to the air, where Woods was able to track it and lay out to secure the turnover. As good as the interception was, the execution was even better. Obvious bust by the Falcons on the Dak Prescott touchdown run. Both Deion Jones and Brian Poole went with Rod Smith in the flat, leaving Prescott a lane to the end zone -- but he still needed a block. Prescott got that block from Noah Brown, who was able to pin Takk McKinley to the inside. That’s all that Prescott needed, and with a pump fake to hold Ricardo Allen in place, he was able to dive into the end zone untouched. Terrible break for the offense right before the half on the Chaz Green holding call. Cole Beasley ran a beautiful route to escape from Brian Poole. Prescott slid a little to his left in the pocket to put the ball right on Beasley as he scooted out of bounds at the Falcons’ 35-yard line. That gain not only secured a first down, but it conserved their final time out. Green was unable to sit down on Brooks Reed, who just lowered his head and drove him all the way back to Prescott Dak Prescott Jerseys . Green had no choice but to put his hands on the outside of Reed’s shoulder pads in order to control him. As Reed went past Prescott, he did what all smart defenders do -- flopped on the ground in order to draw the flag, which he got. Two plays later, Adrian Clayborn beat Green for a sack/fumble to end any threat of scoring. I really liked what I saw from the Cowboys defensive tackles in this game. I had a feeling of that just watching the game in the studio, but the coaches’ tape was even better. Maliek Collins continues to Dak Prescott jerseys be disruptive at the nose while David Irving continues to cause problems for opponents at the under-tackle. Where these two had their best snaps during the game was when they were on the move. We saw a little of that last week against the Chiefs and they were able to use some of those stem principles to throw the Falcons blockers off track. There was one play where Collins was so far up the field on Alex Mack that Tevin Coleman was forced to cut the ball right into the arms of Irving, who had beaten Ryan Schraeder. I wasn’t sure that replacing Terrell McClain was possible, but the combination of Collins and Irving have been just as productive as what McClain and Collins were last season. There was absolutely nothing that Anthony Brown could have done to prevent Julio Jones from catching the ball for 24 yards to start the second half. I wouldn’t say that Matt Ryan threw it in the perfect spot, because it took Jones full extension to pull the ball in. As a matter of fact, Jones caught the back end of the ball, then somehow pulled it in, maintaining control before crashing out of bounds. I can say this without a single thought that 95 percent of the receivers in the league don’t make that catch and Jones pulled it off without a hitch. Nice job by Byron Jones holding the Falcons to a field goal attempt after the Sean Lee injury. The Cowboys went with a three-man rush, which forced Matt Ryan to have to step up. Jones was in coverage on Austin Hooper, who tried to work a pivot route to the inside in order to get away. Jones didn’t make the mistake of over-running Hooper and was able to keep leverage on him. Ryan tried to throw Hooper open up the field, but Jones was right there to wrap him up and get the big tight end to the ground -- which is no easy task. If you are interested in jerseys. Please click: