Preseason Week 3: Dallas Cowboys @ Seattle Seahawks Preview *NFL NETWORK*

The Debut of Ezekiel Elliott

Tonight will be the highly anti payed debut of former Ohio State running back and rookie phenomenon, Ezekiel Elliott. He should see anywhere from 7-10 carries.


The Case for Alfred Morris

Alfred Morris will continue his work from last week and show that he deserves his fair share of touches along with the other backs on the roster.

Tony Romo in Action

This should be the largest sample size from Tony Romo, and he looks to play up to the end of the first quarter. Exactly how he and Elliott will in-game play together will be very exciting to see, I think they will be prolific.


A very unfortunate injury took place to the Dallas Cowboys leader, and star quarterback, Tony Romo. Really hoping that it is not anything serious.


A very, very awful turn of events as Tony Romo’s injury is now said to cost him regular season time. Reports are that he could miss up to 6-10 week, in my opinion knowing Romo’s unreal toughness and relisliency, and what reports around the organization are saying, he could be back much earlier. I would not leave him out for week 3 against Chicago. This is clearly the most important player on the team, and the whole organization will take a hit. That hit will be minimalized by star rookie quarterback, Dak Prescott. He should continued hit great preseason work and show that he is Tony Romo’s successor in Dallas. It would be great to see him as the full-time starting quarterback in 2018 or maybe 2019. Look for the Cowboys to sign another quarterback to the roster, maybe Mark Sanchez? Wishing Tony Romo a speedy recovery.

The Dak Prescott Show

The 2x DCFOOTBALLDAILY weekly MVP, Dak Prescott will be out there for anywhere from 3-4 quarters. The Dak Prescott show airs in Seattle at 10PM EST.

Dez Bryant Sidelined

Dez Bryant is out tonight due to his concussion earlier in the week. #x

Defensive Line Concern?

How the defensive line will play is very interesting. David Irving will sit out again tonight. It looks to be shaping as a mediocre¬†concern at this point (at least for the first four weeks), hopefully someone will show something in tonight’s game on NFL Network.

Published by: Nicco Vocaturo


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