LISTEN: Can Kellen Moore lead the Dallas Cowboys offense to the Super Bowl?
The Dallas Cowboys offense is on a roll to start the season.
The offense has established an aerial threat with CeeDee Lamb and Amari Cooper, and the team has an equally dangerous attack on the ground with Ezekiel Elliott and Tony Pollard. While all the players on the field executing the offense are important, the mastermind behind the operation could be the most vital piece.
Kellen Moore is in his third season with the Cowboys as offensive coordinator and he looks more comfortable than ever.
Familiarity leads to success. The Cowboys are fifth in the NFL for total offense and fourth for rushing yards behind the Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns and Tennessee Titans.
All of these teams are top notch offenses, but the Cowboys are multi-faceted.
Quarterback Dak Prescott didn’t need to play hero ball like he did in 2020, and taking the pressure off him as he continues to get in his groove is crucial.
The Cowboys have the potential to be one of the scariest offenses in the NFL, all with Moore calling the shots.
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In this episode of “Locked up on the cowboys“Podcast, hosts Marcus Mosher and Landon mccool review their grades after watching the Week 3 All-22 movie. They discuss Micah Parsons, how Dan Quinn helped the defense dominate and how Kellen Moore kept the Eagles off balance while throughout the game.
Marcus and Landon take care of all of that in this episode of “Locked On Cowboys”. Join us here!
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