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Postby linchao » Sun Sep 29, 2019 6:57 pm

We’ve been waiting all offseason for the Cowboys to head back to Oxnard." Dallas Cowboys 2019 Training CampCowboys Camp 2019: Seven things we’re looking forward to from OxnardNew 35commentsWe’ve been waiting all offseason for the Cowboys to head back to Oxnard.CDTWe’re just a few short days away from the Dallas Cowboys arriving in Oxnard, California for 2019’s version of training camp. The offseason is often long and unforgiving but, in my own personal opinion, this one seems to have flown by. Maybe that’s only because we’re here now.BTB will have its usual presence out at camp, by the way. Personally I’m headed out there this Saturday with ESPN San Antonio and we’ll have tons of stuff available for you here on the site, on our official YouTube channel, and tons of interviews on the BTB podcast feed (subscribe here). A week in Oxnard is better than most, let us know if you’re also planning on attending. With all the anticipation for camp a lot can slip through the cracks. It’s exciting for this time of year to finally be here, but what exactly are we excited for? We could likely sit around all day long and fill 24 hours with the most minute details of what we’re looking forward to, but in the interest of time we broke it down to a nice and compact list.Here are seven things that we’re pumped to see out in Oxnard. Vamonos.<hr class="p-entry-hr" id="hAfQYV">Kellen Moore’s offense at workWe won’t be able to completely decipher what Kellen Moore has planned for the Cowboys this season over the next month but for the first time we are going to have real and tangible evidence that shows us at the very least what it could ultimately look like. That’s exciting.Dallas has had stretches over the last few years where moving the ball on offense felt like pulling teeth. An even larger sense of lethargy seemed to overcome them as they got closer to the opponent’s goal line, that’s not the sort of thing you want happening to your football team.There has been a lot of speculation as to what exactly Moore will bring to the offense. How much will he be incorporating college-type schemes to what Dak Prescott runs? Will he be the one who finally capitalizes on Prescott’s legs? How can special playmakers like Randall Cobb, Tavon Austin, and Tony Pollard (Jamize Olawale if you want to get wild) be used?Soon, we’ll know a little bit more.<hr class="p-entry-hr" id="6bH9Ej">The return of Travis FrederickAt one point during camp last year we had Brian Price on ESPN San Antonio. If you didn’t know, Price attended UTSA so the connection there is strong. It was fun to catch up with him.Unfortunately for Price though, he had just come off getting completely embarrassed by Travis Frederick. It wasn’t long after this that we found out Frederick did what he did while battling an autoimmune disorder that would keep him sidelined for all of the 2018 season. Amazingly, the Cowboys managed to win 10 games without the best center in the NFL, all the shoutouts in the world to Joe Looney.Thankfully, all signs have pointed to Frederick making his full return here in 2019; however , that return has to start somewhere and there is no better place than training camp for it to begin. It will be very interesting to see how Dallas manages Frederick in Oxnard as this is very different from OTAs. Will they keep him on a pitch count of sorts in order to slowly bring him back to full speed, or will they allow him to just dive right into the deep end?<hr class="p-entry-hr" id="DtYmrX">Life in Oxnard with Amari CooperAs the Cowboys traded for him in the middle of last season, we’ve never seen Amari Cooper during a training camp with the Dallas Cowboys. Fun fact of the day.One year ago we were talking about how Sanjay Lal had the receivers carrying bricks at the end of every practice. Will that be the case with Cooper? Will he make the big plays that turn into highlights from underneath the Oxnard sun? Will there be battles between he and Byron Jones or Chidobe Awuzie?<hr class="p-entry-hr" id="Dm5lC8">What Jason Witten looks like and if the year off helped him at allIt’s not every year that the Cowboys have a player who’s joining them after a year-long sabbatical, but that’s where we’re at with Jason Witten.It’s not like Witten got any younger during his time with ESPN (who ever gets younger?) but perhaps he’s rested and rejuvenated enough to make a difference for this team. Obviously Cowboys brass thinks that’s the case, but proving it to the world is another thing.For what it’s worth the rest of the tight end group will be interesting to watch as well:Does Blake Jarwin look better this season?Is Dalton Schlutz more evolved in year two?Will Rico Gathers be used? At all?<hr class="p-entry-hr" id="aQHlnk">Robert Quinn as camp’s (potential) primary defensive endAs DeMarcus Lawrence is coming off of shoulder surgery this offseason, it’s possible (likely) that the Cowboys will take things extremely slowly with him all the way up to the beginning of the regular season. Good for them.This means that someone else will have to fill the war daddy shoes until Tank resumes it, and we all know that it’s not going to be Tyrone Crawford. The Cowboys traded for Robert Quinn this offseason and he’ll be given every opportunity to show why that move needed to be made. We’ll likely get to see him opposite of Tyron Smith at times and if he’s productive then the hype is going to intensify. <hr class="p-entry-hr" id="RtRieN">Just how effective Trysten Hill can be with Rod Marinelli’s guidanceWe’re not exactly going to see the peak of Trysten Hill’s powers during training camp of his rookie year, but we’re going to get a good luck under this hood as this is the stiffest competition he’ll have faced so far in his career (we’re obviously extremely early). The Cowboys really wanted Hill in the draft, so much so that the pick was telegraphed for some time leading up to the selection. Hill’s selection had a lot to do with defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli, and Marinelli is known for his ability to get the most out of defensive tackles. Considering this one was hand picked by him , Marinelli could show off quite a bit with his new toy.<hr class="p-entry-hr" id="9GsfWv">If Ezekiel Elliott shows up and if so how active he isThey’re all rumors and speculation for now, but there is some chatter among NFL circles that Ezekiel Elliott will, in fact, hold out of the beginning of training camp. That wouldn’t be fun. There’s no real reason to assume that Zeke won’t be in Oxnard but if he isn’t then it would make for the first time in a long time that he wasn’t around at camp’s beginning. In this hypothetical, who would be RB1 during drills? Darius Jackson? Or a rookie like Tony Pollard? Nobody wants to see this happen but it would be somewhat fascinating if it did. The sequel has been the hard part for the Cowboys." Dallas Cowboys GeneralWhy the Cowboys could finally put together back-to-back playoff seasonsNew,120commentsThe sequel has been the hard part for the Cowboys.CDTThe Dallas Cowboys are coming off a 10-6 season and an NFC East title. They snagged a playoff victory and look like a team on the rise. A defense that took the next step paired with an offense that has the tools to be potent should point to bigger and better things in 2019. But, as Cowboys fans, we’ve been here before. As my colleague Michael Strawn detailed in a recent article, the Cowboys have had multiple opportunities in recent history to build off of promising seasons. Each time they failed. In 2008 the team seemed to fall apart and a short-term injury to Tony Romo didn’t help. 2010 wasa similar theme, this time with a more severe injury to Tony Romo. This was the year Wade Phillips was fired and Jason Garrett was elevated to head coach. 2015 was the year of poor backup QBs after Romo was once again injured for most of the season , then 2017 had the Ezekiel Elliott suspension saga and Tyron Smith’s ailing health to derail things. If you look at that history, availability of key players and the inability of the backups to get the job done have played key roles. This is something Dallas has managed poorly while other teams (sigh, the Philadelphia Eagles) have done a better job with recently. So the question of the Cowboys finally putting together back-to-back playoff seasons was posed to the crew over at the Mothership. The Cowboys do seem to have a deeper roster this year, with quality backups on the offensive line, at wide receiver and linebacker, and the defensive line and cornerback spot also have a chance at quality depth. But if you want to look at the possible trouble spots, quarterback and running back are worrisome. Running back has a better chance of being okay if the Cowboys depth is tested. Tony Pollard may be able to hold it down with the help of Mike Weber. Darius Jackson would also be a possibility. At quarterback, though, the Cowboys are really playing with fire. Cooper Rush and Mike White will not inspire confidence in anyone if they are called on to replace Dak Prescott for any amount of time. Of course, the loss of a quarterback at any franchise is usually a big problem (unless you got Nick Foles in reserve). So the Cowboys are betting on Prescott and throwing caution to the wind there. The Cowboys roster does seem deeper than in year’s past. One of the most important positions where they have that depth is the offensive line. With Travis Frederick returning Joe Looney, Connor McGovern, and Cameron Fleming are an outstanding bench. In that article referenced above by Michael Strawn, he listed out several reasons for optimism. So BTB, what’s your confidence level in the Cowboys as training camp approaches?
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