Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator Jason Garrett has done a slightly better job this year of mixing in new plays and new formations, but his game plan is still one of the most simple in the NFL. Here are three changes that I believe would help the Cowboys when they get into an offensive rut.
1. Go to the "No Huddle" offense in the middle of a quarter, instead of just when there is two minutes left in the half and/or game.
Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is great in two minute drills. I think it has a lot to do with the fact that he is reacting, instead of thinking.
This also puts pressure on the defense.á If the Cowboys can catch the opposing team in a poor defensive formation, it can exploit the mismatches and even cause the defense to call timeouts, which could be crucial late in th ...
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Article written by Chad Hensley