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Cowboys vs. Panthers: Five winners Youth Terrell Owens Jersey , five losers, and a whole lot in between Well, the Dallas Cowboys aren’t going to go undefeated this season. Color me shocked.The Cowboys were horrific in their first game of 2018, a 16-8 loss on the road to the Carolina Panthers. There was a lot to be sad about, a lot to be mad about, and well, a lot more to be sad about. Here are five winners (we tried), five losers, and a whole lot in between.Winner: DeMarcus Lawrence’s bank accountDeMarcus Lawrence was perhaps the only Dallas Cowboys star who showed up on Sunday. While DLaw did have what-would-have-been a costly roughing the passer call early on (Daniel Ross bailed him out with a forced fumble), he came through when the Cowboys needed him. More than anything, he led the charge.We’ve talked a lot about and had fun with the Cowboys defensive line being the Hot Boyz, but the truth about something like that is the group needs a leader. Lawrence is definitely the sheriff up front on defense, and he backed it up with his play.Winner: Taco Charlton’s spin moveAcross his rookie season we saw Taco Charlton spin around more often than a carousel. The spin move can certainly be helpful as a defensive lineman, but it isn’t necessarily something that should be your bread and butter.In spite of all this, Taco executed a pretty solid spin move on Sunday.Has Taco mastered the spin move?! Perhaps. We’ll wait and see.Winner: The “Dallas didn’t bring in any playmakers” narrative from the offseasonThere wasn’t anybody who could help the Cowboys on offense on Sunday, but to be fair they didn’t really help themselves. Sure the Cowboys added Allen Hurns, Deonte Thompson, Tavon Austin, and some change, but many suspected that this wasn’t enough. Guess what? They were right.Troy Aikman mentioned many times how the Cowboys receivers were unable to get open against the Panthers. If only there was a period of time every offseason where you could bring in help at various positions. That sure would have been helpful.Winner: Dan Bailey, wherever he isThe Cowboys made a very bold move last weekend when they released the second-most accurate kicker in NFL history - Dan Bailey. There are cases to be made as to why Dallas thought this was a good move, but the point remains that it’s the type of move where you better be right or people aren’t going to forget.Brett Maher, the 28-year-old rookie who Dallas chose to roll with at kicker, had his first kick as a member of the Cowboys in the second half of Sunday’s game. It was obviously pressure filled and in his defense it had been raining all day. All of that being said, when you make a move like releasing Dan Bailey you are going to have to answer for the consequences. Maher missed, people rioted, and wherever Dan Bailey is (surprisingly not on an NFL team), he likely smiled.Winner: Next week’s edition of Sunday Night Football on NBCWhile “the green zone” is the worst thing to ever be invented, NBC walked away winners after Sunday’s Cowboys game. How did NBC win? Their second SNF game of the year is the New York Giants visiting the Dallas Cowboys (in a surprise twist this wasn’t the opener).The Giants lost their opener (they were at home though so it’s more embarrassing, right?!) to the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, and that means that when they face the Cowboys next week the loser will walk away 0-2. You know what they say about 0-2 teams, right?! They’re one loss away from being 0-3.Loser: Jason Garrett and any idea that the Cowboys got better this offseasonIt was hard to understand some of the Cowboys moves (or lack of them, really) over the course of the offseason, but if they’d come out and destroyed the Panthers we would have obviously understood everything was done for a reason. That’s the way sports work, however fair or unfair that is.Jason Garrett has outlasted a lot of legends in Dallas. Gone are DeMarcus Ware, Tony Romo, Jason Witten, Dez Bryant, and even Dan Bailey. Garrett, and Sean Lee, are all that really remain of the last decade. At a certain point the heat would finally land on him and he seems to have used up all of his get-out-of-jail-free cards.The Cowboys were deplorable on Sunday afternoon and the blame must fall on Jason Garrett’s shoulders. How could the team possibly look this unorthodox or unprepared? He should be the one to answer.Loser: The Dak Prescott is a good quarterback campThere’s no denying that Dak Prescott is a divisive subject among Cowboys fans. There are those that believe in him and those that believe the Cowboys need to move on. Sunday was a victory (even though this is a loser award) for the latter group. Dak Prescott was given a gift by the Cowboys defense. At the end of this game, down eight, the defense gave him the ball once more. Dak had every opportunity to prove the doubters wrong and silence his critics. After unimpressive plays on first and second down Dak Prescott fumbled the game away on third down. That’s not good.It’s going to be a long week for Dak Prescott Terrell Owens Jersey Stitched , and perhaps a long season. Sunday was very bad.Loser: Normalcy within watching a Dallas Cowboys gameDo you know how long it’s been since we saw the Dallas Cowboys score a touchdown and kick an extra point (successfully, obviously) like a normal football team? It’s been forever. The last time this happened was on the road against the Oakland Raiders last December.Since then the Cowboys played the Seahawks (all field goals) and Eagles (missed extra point on the only touchdown) to end last season, and they played the Panthers and got to a point where they had to go for two.It’s been a long time since things were normal.Loser: Scott Linehan, although he was hardly a winner before thisA lot of this post has been spent trashing the Cowboys offense, but they were inept. They were incapable of any sort of success. And you know what? They’ve been that way for more than just the 2018 season, however short it is.Somebody has to answer for this, and even though we said up above that it had to be Jason Garrett we are at a point where Scott Linehan needs to be charged as well. Dallas made it a point to purge their entire offensive staff save for Linehan, and in his first showing with things custom-tailored to what he wanted his unit completely collapsed.Loser: All of us, the next week won’t be funThings are not looking good for Cowboys fans, and since that is all of us we need a group hug (opens arms and embraces you all). The Eagles are reigning Super Bowl Champions and won their game. Washington is also 1-0, and as noted next Sunday’s game is going to be critical which will make this week stressful.What’s more is that the way the Cowboys lost makes this more terrible. The offense was bad, Dak Prescott was bad, and everything they’ve encouraged fans to believe in was absent. There is not reason to trust what they are doing right now, and those are treacherous waters to try and navigate.Bring it in for one more group hug.Let’s remember that we’re all hurting together, BTB. There wasn’t a lot to feel positive about in Carolina, but it’s a long season. Hopefully the Cowboys find a way. When you look at this playoff victory for the Dallas Cowboys over the Seahawks, you’ll notice the big plays made by Michael Gallup,Ezekiel Elliott, Amari Cooper, and Dak Prescott. You’ll also notice who was involved in every single memorable moment for all the wrong reasons, poor Shaquill Griffin.There is no more “boom” in Seattle’s Legion but they sure were dealt a dose of their own medicine from the other side. Shaquill Griffin was the common target of many of the biggest plays of the game and it just kept coming. It felt like watching Jeff Heath’s rookie season in Dallas where he was often matched up with some of the league's best and it never ended well. Calvin “Megatron” Johnson torched the young Saginaw Valley defensive back. Adrian “All-Day” Peterson carried Heath with him into the end zone. Thankfully, Jeff Heath has rebounded and has been on the winning side of a lot of big plays but that rookie year was rough.Shaquill Griffin is fine young player who has a great career ahead of him in just his second season. However, the winners get to gloat and we’re going to relive the abuse that these Cowboys put on that poor man. But first, here is what Pro Football Focus had to say.Let’s look at some of specific plays.The Setup: At the Seahawks 11-yard line, down 6-3 to Seattle, Dak Prescott fails on first down to hit Michael Gallup for the touchdown with :33 seconds before halftime. The Play: On 2nd and 10, same play, different result. Michael Gallup hauls in the score through tons of contact by Griffin. Gallup would not be denied a second time as the Cowboys take a 10-6 lead into the half. That was grown-man football right there by the rookie receiver who has elevated his play over the past several weeks. Let’s turn focus to the alpha receiver for the Cowboys and that’s Mr. Amari “Season-Saving” Cooper. The Cowboys were going to need big plays that they didn’t get in the first meeting in week three prior to Cooper’s arrival. The Setup: Note to Seattle - If you’re plan is to play zone coverage against a route-savvy receiver like Cooper, make sure guys: A.) Pay attention and B.) Can tackleThe Play:On 2nd and 8 at the 50, Dak Prescott finds Cooper sitting in zone between Griffin and safety Tedric Thompson, they tackled him, eventually, at their own 16-yard line. A few plays later, with every Seahawk crashing down (including Griffin), Zeke eats for six. Too easy.The last and final crime came at the “arm” of Ezekiel Elliott and you could argue Elliott should have been flagged for targeting for this dismantling of Griffin’s soul. The Setup: On 1st and 10 at the Seattle 30, Zeke bounces outside and punishes the Seahawks for letting him get the edge. Who was supposed to stop him? Well, it was Mr. Shaquill Griffin.The Play: This is properly referred to as a “stiff arm” in gridiron jargon but take a closer look and it looks closer to a baptism. Zeke scampers for 17-yards and stays in bounds keeping the clock rolling.But wait, there’s more because after Noah Brown gets flagged, the Cowboys are facing 3rd and 14 at the Seattle 17. Dak Prescott converts on the QB draw and Seattle’s #26 wasn’t about to get involved in this one:Another keeper at the goal line puts the Cowboys up two scores and gives Dallas the deciding lead.The Cowboys playmakers took it to this Seattle defense and though they picked on Shaquill Griffin a few times, it’s just football. Sometimes you’re the hero and sometimes you’re the goat, not to be confused with the G.O.A.T which is a title reserved for Jeff Heath as Cowboys’ fans know. The Cowboys were the heroes in this one and the goats were sent home on a flight to the Pacific Northwest.
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