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Cowboys vs. Chargers: Final Film Observations | The DC Times

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Cowboys vs. Chargers: Final Film Observations

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Sorry for the short delay on posting this, but my final film observations from the Cowboys-Chargers game are up at NBC.

  • The Cowboys were in a two-tight end set on six of the first-team offense’s 20 plays.
The ‘Boys have lined up with two tight ends on only 29.0 percent of plays to start the preseason. We’ll see if that trend continues in the regular season. With the loss of Martellus Bennett, it just might.

Read the entire post here.

The most impressive player on the night, yet again, was Victor Butler. You guys probably want me to shut up about him, but I’m pretty much going to include him in every article I write until he gets more playing time. At this point, you really can’t trust a thing I say about the guy because I have such a man-crush on him. It has turned from objective analysis to totally biased ranting, so adjust your perceptions accordingly.

But seriously, he’s incredible.

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