Throughout the years, I have uncovered a wealth of unique information on the Dallas Cowboys. A lot of my analysis has been harsh, particularly back in the early years, but I wanted to address the fact that the ‘Boys are improving in a vast array of categories which might not be perceptible to the average fan (or any loser who doesn’t track every play in Excel like myself).
To exemplify this, I have listed some of my most riveting work since the start of 2010. The majority of it is the stat-heavy analysis (often focused on play-calling), and by tracking the progression of the articles, you will see Jason Garrett & Co. are really improving in a number of aspects. Superior draw play usage, second down play-calling, weak side runs, formation-specific play-calling, and so on have helped the Cowboys’ offense.
Does the team still have room for improvement? You bet. In my view, the ‘Boys need to work (a lot) on playaction usage, counters, the deep passing game, predictability and more. The point, though, is that we are headed in the right direction.
*My personal favorites are in bold.*