Scout's Notebook: Defense Shines In Final Practice Of Training Camp
Here are my notes from the Cowboys’ final practice of training camp.
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like what I am seeing from Orlando Scandrick playing the run, and hopefully this carries over into the season. Scandrick, playing in the slot over Cole Beasley, was able to beat him inside off a Darren McFadden draw play. The hole opened up nicely for McFadden and there was a chance for a large gain, but Scandrick read the play all the way and came flying from the inside to meet McFadden before he had a chance to get going.
Maliek Collins was able to penetrate on the twist stunt, which allowed Stephen Paea the freedom to loop around the corner and right into Dak Prescott for the sack. Collins got such a push inside that Prescott had to attempt to flush to his right to avoid him. The coverage downfield also played a factor in the sack. Nolan Carroll had Terrance Williams. Orlando Scandrick was on Cole Beasley and Dez Bryant Jersey
Jaylon Smith was allowing Jason Witten no space. Prescott had no choice but to eat the ball.
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Prescott to Dez Bryant, working against Anthony Brown. Bryant had slight Dallas Cowboys Jersey
separation from Brown in the corner as he began to track the ball. Bryant had adjusted his body to catch the ball, positioned facing to his left. In midflight, he realized that he had to adjust his body back to the right in order to high-point the ball. Brown tried to adjust with him -- and without looking, he took a swipe at the ball but was unable to. Bryant secured the pass and rolled out of the end zone for the score.
It wouldn't be a practice if Jason Witten and Dak Prescott didn't hook up in the red zone. Witten, once again working down the middle of the field, cleared Chidobe Awuzie in a zone drop and set up right in front of Jeff Heath. From the middle of the pocket, Prescott threw a strike to Witten with La'el Collins nearly in
his lap. The ball was in a perfect spot, and Witten was able to haul it in easily.
Xavier Woods was able to pick off Kellen Moore as it appeared the offense was in position to score points. Moore tried to hit Brian Brown on the out, but Woods was right there, reading the play the entire time. Moore was successful getting the ball over the top of Marquez White, but not through Woods -- who was able to undercut the route. Woods was in better position to take the ball in and was able to do so, finishing off the drive for the defense.
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