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By Jonathan Bales

Cowboys’ 2012 Red Zone Passing Stats

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At NBC, I posted an analysis of every red zone pass for the Cowboys in 2012.

Miles Austin: 11 targets, 5 receptions (45.5 percent) for 55 yards, 2 TD (18.2 percent)

  • Average LOS: 11-yard line

Cole Beasley: 5 targets, 1 reception (20.0 percent) for 7 yards, 0 TD

  • Average LOS: 12-yard line

Dez Bryant: 14 targets, 9 receptions (64.3 percent) for 52 yards, 4 TD (28.6 percent)

  • Average LOS: 11-yard line

Lance Dunbar: 3 targets, 1 reception (33.3 percent) for -4 yards, 0 TD

  • Average LOS: 10-yard line

James Hanna: 2 targets, 0 receptions

  • Average LOS: 10-yard line

Dwayne Harris: 5 targets, 2 receptions (40.0 percent) for 20 yards, TD (20.0 percent)

  • Average LOS: 15-yard line

Andre Holmes: 1 target, 1 reception (100 percent) for 3 yards, 0 TD

  • Average LOS: 14-yard line

Felix Jones: 3 targets, 2 receptions (66.7 percent) for 21 yards, 2 TD (66.7 percent)

  • Average LOS: 11-yard line

DeMarco Murray: 3 targets, 3 receptions (100 percent) for 9 yards, 0 TD

  • Average LOS: 13-yard line

Kevin Ogletree: 7 targets, 4 receptions (57.1 percent) for 35 yards, 2 TD (28.6 percent)

  • Average LOS: 15-yard line

John Phillips: 1 target, 1 reception (100 percent) for 1 yard, 1 TD (100 percent)

  • Average LOS: 1-yard line

Lawrence Vickers: 1 target, 0 receptions

  • Average LOS: 7-yard line

Jason Witten: 15 targets, 8 receptions (53.3 percent) for 69 yards, 3 TD (20.0 percent)

  • Average LOS: 14-yard line

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