Veteran Trigger Man returns to AT&T Stadium with Renewed Confidence


That is right loyal Cowboy fans, Dak Prescott is back as the “Trigger Man” and he has his sights set on the New York Giants Sunday evening.  With a year of experience notched on his gun, he intends to uphold the law and integrity of AT&T Stadium.

Having a complete off-season with both Dez Bryant and Jason Witten will allow Dak the confidence to make those tight throws, and pulling the trigger to get the ball to Cole Beasley and Terrance Williams.


Ezekiel Elliott will have his best game against the Giants, to this point in  his celebrated career.  Zeke is hungry and angry at the way this season has come about.  Look for Elliott to get a buffet of opportunities Sunday evening.

The rejuvenated Alfred Morris and his counter part, Darren McFadden,  will be inserted to keep Zeke fresh.

I don’t feel any need to discuss our GREAT offensive line.  They will be up for this challenge.

With Brice Butler and Ryan Switzer getting their snaps, Scott Linehan will keep the G-Nats defense confused, out of breath and outmanned.

Special Teams

Look for Special Teams guru Rich Bisaccia to have his group fired up and ready to put the Cowboys in a favorable position throughout this match.

Dan Bailey will play his consistent role as the teams Kicker and Place Kicker.


Chris Jones will keep the Giants pinned deep into their own territory if he has to punt at all this game.

Regulator Defense

Rod Marinelli will be getting to start DeMarcus Lawrence for the first time to open up a season.


Returning to his spot on the defense will  be gunslinger Tyrone Crawford.

On the other side of our defensive line we shall see a lot of Charles Tapper along with the rookie first round draft choice Taco Charlton.

Directly in the middle of our defensive line we will have Maliek Collins, Stephen Paea  and Benson Mayowa.  And all these guys have position flex.

Marinelli will have his trigger finger ready to put the most ready players in position to make plays against Eli Manning.  Rod will keep the freshest, hungriest players in the game Sunday.

Matt Eberflus has his easiest task in many seasons with the Cowboys.  With Sean Lee and Damien Wilson getting the job done on the outsides, the addition of Jaylon Smith in the middle will sure up this defense.


Having Jaylon plugging up the middle will free Lee and Wilson to set their sites on the ball carrier.  Justin Durant will be able to fill in for Smith to give him a breather.

The secondary is once again under the leadership of Orlando Scandrick.  Scandrick’s ability to flex from the outside to the slot is invaluable.

Anthony Brown will get his playing time along with Nolan Carroll.

Player to watch, Byron Jones. 


Jones will be pulling the trigger from inside the box to covering the tight end across the field and will punish anyone coming over the middle of the field.

Jeff Heath will start, but he is closely shadowed by rookie Awuzie Chidobe.  Kavon Frazier and Xavier Woods will have an impact on take-aways.

Sunday evening is just a couple days away.  Dallas needs all regulators to be on the top of their games in order to take down the invading New York Giants.

Look for the Cowboys to stop this present slide against the G-Nats and make Eli Manning dream of retirement.

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