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The Dallas Cowboys’ season has officially come to an end with a 30-22 loss against the Los Angeles Rams. There’s a lot of credit that should be given to players Dallas Cowboys Donovan Wilson Jersey , coaches, and front office executives for the way this team rebounded from a dreadful 3-5 start to finish 10-6, win in the Wild Card round, and come up just one score short of a really great Rams team. However, there is a nagging feeling of disappointment, too.That feeling is wholly valid when you look at the talent on this roster. Dak Prescott is the unquestioned leader of this offense who’s at his best when using his athleticism, and Ezekiel Elliott just led the league in rushing yards for the second time in his three years in the league. Then there’s Amari Cooper, who’s been on another level since coming to Dallas, along with Michael Gallup, Tavon Austin, and Cole Beasley. And between tight ends Blake Jarwin, Dalton Schultz, and Geoff Swaim, the Cowboys have to be pleased with the way each of them developed throughout the year. While the offensive line had its struggles, the midseason firing of Paul Alexander and promotion of Marc Colombo to offensive line coach marked a big improvement in the blocking game that set this unit back on the path towards rediscovering their dominance. And yet, this offense ranked 22nd in total yards, 23rd in passing offense, and tenth in rushing offense. How you can have the league’s leading rusher on your team and only finish tenth in the league in rushing is beyond me. The Cowboys also averaged 21.2 points per game, 22nd in the league. They ranked 24th in the NFL in total offensive DVOA, giving them the least efficient offense of any team that made the playoffs. The worst part of this offense was their inability to finish off drives in the redzone, specifically inside the ten yard line. Dallas only scored touchdowns in the redzone 50% of the time, tying them with the Giants and Texans for 27th worst in the NFL. The Cowboys improved in this aspect in the last three games, but the problems are still troubling. Now, we know what this defense is capable of. They may have fallen apart against the Rams, but Rod Marinelli and Kris Richard have built a top tier unit that should only get better with more time together in the offseason. The offense is what’s been holding this team back all year, and with all those exciting players on that side of the ball, it really shouldn’t be the case, and for that the blame falls squarely on Scott Linehan.It’s been pretty popular to call for Linehan’s job for a while now Cheap Donovan Wilson Youth Jersey , and for good reason. After all, he was the one calling the plays when the team got shut out for the first time since 2003. But the game against the Rams was perhaps the best example of why Linehan’s time with the Cowboys must come to an end. Against Seattle, the definitive play of the game was Dak’s clutch run on third and 14 to get the ball to the goal line, and it showed fans once again why Prescott’s threat as a runner makes him such a dangerous playmaker. Of course, that skill has been woefully underutilized with Linehan, and it showed again Saturday night in Los Angeles as Prescott only had two rushing attempts. There was another example of poor understanding of the game by Linehan on a first and ten play at the Rams 44-yard line. Down eight with the third quarter coming to a close, Linehan drew up a run to the right tackle for Elliott that called for Tyron Smith to handle Aaron Donald on a reach block. As good as Smith is, he just was in no position whatsoever to get to a guy as talented as Donald, and the former Defensive Player of the Year plowed past the All Pro left tackle and clobbered Zeke for a four-yard loss. Overall, the Cowboys did a good job containing Donald, as that was one of his two tackles in the game and the league’s leader in sacks was held to zero against an offensive line that hasn’t had its best year in pass protection. But one has to wonder what exactly was going through Linehan’s head when he called for that kind of blocking that basically just allows Donald a free shot at blowing up the play. And then there was the entire final offensive drive for Dallas, which was a showcase in poor playcalling and serves best as an instructional video of what not to do as an offensive coordinator. Dallas got the ball back with 7:16 left in the fourth quarter and down 15. They needed a quick score, a defensive stop, and then another quick score. On the very first play, Dak threw a 24-yard strike to Gallup, but then the Cowboys didn’t snap the ball again until nearly thirty whole seconds had ticked off the clock. That became a trend for this drive, as Linehan took his time calling the plays into Prescott’s headset, and even though Dallas ended up getting a touchdown at the end of it, the drive took 12 plays and just over five minutes to complete. That’s great if you’re trying to run the clock down, but it’s horrible when you need two scores with limited time. And of course, there’s that play Linehan called right before the touchdown. The clock was stopped after a pass interference penalty in the end zone, and the Cowboys got it at the goal line with 2:43 left in the game. Conventional logic in this situation says to spread things out and take a shot in the end zone; if you score that’s great, but if it falls incomplete then at least the clock stops. But no, Linehan lined up in a goal line formation and had backup tackle Cam Fleming check in as eligible before running it up the gut. Elliott got stuffed, predictably so, and 32 seconds ran off the clock before Dak ran in for the touchdown on the next play. These examples are just the tip of the iceberg in the tenure of Linehan as the offensive coordinator. He seems to lack situational awareness and certainly hasn’t displayed an understanding of what his offense’s best skills are. Worst of all, though, is that the Cowboys offense under Linehan has become stale and predictable. After all White Chuck Howley Jersey , the Rams defense allowed more yards per carry in the regular season than any other team in the NFL, and Elliott only averaged 2.3 yards per carry. That is unacceptable. The good news is that the Cowboys are an incredibly talented team on both sides of the ball, and with most of their stars still at a young age, this team’s future is very bright. But one thing has become clear during the course of the 2018 season: the only way for the Cowboys to reach the next level is by getting a better offensive coordinator. Could the Cowboys use both their first-round and second-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft on wide receivers? They most certainly could. Back in October, the Cowboys sort of drafted Amari Cooper with the 27th overall pick, by sending their first-round pick to the Oakland Raiders for his services. With the 58th overall pick, could the Cowboys turn back to the receiver position to bolster their receiving corps heading into 2019? With Cole Beasley set to hit free agency, and no true slot wide receiver on the roster, here are three receivers the Cowboys could target with the 58th overall that could fill out their starting lineup. Deebo Samuel - South Carolina - 6’0” 210-lbsKim Klement-USA TODAY SportsOut goes Cole, in comes Deebo. The former South Carolina wide receiver is entering the draft as one of the more talented wideouts, but this receiving class will probably fall more toward the second round which could allow Deebo Samuel to slip to the Cowboys at the end of the second round. Entering the 2019 NFL Draft, Samuel reminds me a lot of what we saw in DJ Moore last year, who was drafted in the first round by the Carolina Panthers. Samuel doesn’t have Moore’s athletic ability, but every other aspect of his game is almost an identical clone of DJ Moore.In his four years at South Carolina, Samuel struggled to stay healthy, but when he was, he was lighting up the SEC. In his senior year at South Carolina, Samuel silenced all doubters catching 62 footballs, for 882 yards, and 11 touchdowns. Samuel is a very crisp route runner who possesses great upper and lower body nuances that allows him to create easy separation. Deebo is one of the cleanest receivers in this class releasing off the line of scrimmage due to his ability to stack DB’s and sell different route directions and leaving defensive backs guessing.Samuel is good in contested catch situations, catches the ball well outside of his frame, is dynamic with the football in his hands, and has some return value as well on special teams. If Deebo Samuel falls to the 58th overall pick, the Cowboys would need to think long and hard about turning in the slot receivers card. Andy Isabella - UMass - 5’10 - 190-lbsDale Zanine-USA TODAY SportsAnother candidate to replace Cole Beasley is Andy Isabella. He possesses similar size to Beasley but Isabella is a superior athlete, though the two win in a lot of the same ways. In his four years at UMass, Isabella had 201 receptions, 3,526 receiving yards Chuck Howley Jersey 2019 , and 30 touchdowns for the Minutemen. Isabella is extremely quick off the line in his releases, and crisp at the top of his routes to create easy separation in all three levels of the field. Isabella has impressive long speed and short area quickness which allows him to win both down the field and in the short-intermediate portion of the field. He is also a very nuanced route-runner that has done a nice job of using his short area quickness to get open in-and-out of his breaks. Like Samuel, Isabella is dynamic with the football in his hands, and also has some special teams value as a return man in both the kick and punt return game. While his size will likely force Andy Isabella to be a full-time slot, he showed enough at UMass that makes me think he could find success on the outside testing vertically as well due to his speed. Isabella does need to develop as a natural hand catcher, as he’s struggled catching the football away from his frame both at UMass and in Mobile at the Senior Bowl. A.J. Brown - Ole Miss - 6’1” 230-lbsMatt Bush-USA TODAY SportsA.J. Brown is not the average slot receiver, but that’s where he primarily played at Ole Miss. Listed at 6’1” and 230-lbs, Brown is a big guy that is a much better route-runner than given credit for. What Brown lacks in the athletic department, he makes up for with his reliable hands, route-running ability, and ball skills at the catch point.Brown’s home at the next level will likely come in the slot due to his lack of athletic ability, long speed, and short area burst when lined up on the outside. When lined up in the slot, Brown saw a lot of free releases and is able to use his route-running ability, and size to beat nickel defenders with ease. While Brown is certainly lacking in the speed department, he did show the ability to win vertically at Ole Miss. In his three years at Ole Miss, Brown hauled in 189 football, 2,984 receiving yards, and 19 touchdowns. Similar to Deebo Samuel, the Cowboys would likely need some luck to fall their way in order to land A.J. Brown, but with the lack of wide receiver talent at the top of the draft, and depending how he tests at the combine, the former Ole Miss wideout could certainly be there when the Cowboys are on the clock in the second round. Next week we will take a look at three tight ends the Cowboys could target with the 58th overall pick, and will continue on to safety position the week after. Be sure to check back in as we go through these three position groups for the Cowboys to target with the 58th overall pick in the second round of the 2019 NFL Draft.
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