Cowboys rookie defensive end Taco Charlton, the No. 28 overall pick out of MI, made his presence felt in L.A. Saturday night, tallying three solo tackles and this first-quarter sack of Rams QB Sean Mannion.
Yes, one should now do that, too. That might be a stretch, but these are odd times for the Rams' running backs.
This all could be for naught if Moore comes out in the third preseason game of the Cowboys and plays better.
Davis "was clearly disappointed", after the second fumble, McVay said. "But you can see the explosiveness that Justin does have". I say this to him often, this platform and this stage that you're on, it's bigger than you think. "He's getting better every week", linebacker Anthony Hitchens added.
Although he fumbled twice, Davis ran with goal and showcased impressive burst in space as he rumbled his way to 70 yards on nine carries.
"We are behind him 100 percent, regardless of what is going on", running back Darren McFadden said.
Morris said last month in Oxnard that he and McFadden were preparing as if they were going to play significant roles in the offense.
On Saturday night, at the storied Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, where a lot of dreams of an athletic variety have come true, the promised was kept. The late offseason free-agent acquisition went 6-of-13 for 31 yards.
It has been a tumultuous week in Dallas, and a preseason game is the least of the Cowboys worries.
Meanwhile, T.J. Watt, a player the Cowboys passed on in the draft, recorded two sacks in his first four plays in Pittsburgh's preseason game. The blame didn't fall on the shoulders of Prescott, who threw for 302 yards and three touchdowns. If David Johnson or Le'Veon Bell isn't at the top of the list on your to-get list then I suggest you should with matching highlights and exclamation points. Behind that offensive line, I'm confident the lanes will be paved for them, and it'll simply be a matter of execution. "I was happy with the way we finished".
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has never in 27 years, to my knowledge, missed a "Jerry Jones Media Party" at training camp because, well, it's the Jerry Jones Media Party. With star players sitting out, it gives younger players and those trying to make the team a chance to show what they can do on the field.
Those bashing Moore must have forgotten his appearance just nine days ago in the NFL Hall of Fame game when he completed 12 of 17 passes for 182 yards and a touchdown to go along with one interception.
In the first quarter against the Rams, he was credited with three tackles, a tackle for loss, a quarterback hurry and the sack.
The two brought another sign. Elliott surely isn't an angel, but handing him six games over a report that hasn't been officially proven is harsh.