Dallas Cowboys: Week 3 NFL Power Rankings (#15)

Last week: 15 (+0)

Record: 1-1

Coming off an emotional week 1 win, it was reasonable and predictable that the Cowboys would be flat in Seattle. However, they wouldn’t have even won week 1 if it wasn’t for Tony Romo bailing them out time after time, in spite of all the penalties. This team needs to clean up the stupid mistakes that they’ve made in each of the first 2 games if they want to make the playoffs. The good news is, the Cowboys rank 4th in the league in yards per play differential.


C Ryan Cook: Did not allow a pressure on 41 pass block snaps

MLB Sean Lee: Allowed 5 catches for 34 yards on 5 attempts, 14 tackles, 1 assist, 8 stops, 1 missed tackle

CB Brandon Carr: Did not allow a completion on 2 attempts, 2 solo tackles, 1 stop, 2 missed tackles


RB DeMarco Murray: Run blocked for 44 yards (21 after contact) on 12 carries, 2 broken tackles, allowed 1 quarterback hit and 1 quarterback hurry on 10 pass block snaps, caught 4 passes for 31 yards on 4 targets

LT Tyron Smith: Allowed 1 quarterback hit and 3 quarterback hurries on 41 pass block snaps, 1 penalty, run blocked for 10 yards on 3 attempts

RT Doug Free: Allowed 1 sack, 1 quarterback hit, and 3 quarterback hurries on 41 pass block snaps, run blocked for 4 yards on 2 carries

TE Jason Witten: Caught 4 passes for 58 yards on 11 attempts on 36 pass snaps, 6.0 YAC per catch, 3 drops, 1 interception when thrown to

WR Dez Bryant: Caught 3 passes for 18 yards on 7 attempts on 41 pass snaps, 0.0 YAC per catch, 1 drop




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