The Cowboys won and I should be happy. For the first time in over a year we won a game at home. It was blowout, 24-3 at halftime and a 31-17 finish. But it was the Bears. Possibly the worst team in the NFC without their starting quarterback.
The secondary held up well, especially compared to last week. Our defensive front played somewhat well given the losses from suspension. Though they did have trouble stopping the run game and getting sacks. They wore down towards the end of the game, but still kept a two score margin, the best in quite a while.
The offense is filled with young talent. Dak Prescott, a fourth round draft pick, has become a talked about quarterback around the league and threw his first passing touchdown. After a scare with a leg injury Dez came back, caught a touchdown, and looks much healthier than he has since 2014. Cole Beasley the 5’8″ slot receiver has become a favorite target of Prescott, and caught his first pass for more than 20 yards. The O line continues to dominate and wear down defenses even last night without Tyone Smith.
Next week we have the 49’ers During the 3:30 slot, which should be an easy win. I’ll post again after the game next week.
Untill then, how bout them Cowboys!