The Run Game
Ezekiel Elliott is in for a great day against a defensive front that broke records for the worst rush defense in NFL history last year. In my opinion, he will rush for over 7 yards a carry on around 12-15 rushes and multiple touchdowns after resting the majority, if not the entire fourth quarter in a blowout victory. Alfred Morris should get a lot of late game carries, even more so because a Darren McFadden comeback makes a solid case for the number two running back, as well as Lance Dunbar being the change of pace running back.
The same goes for Dez. I believe that it’ll be impossible for them to contain him, unless Joe Haden is on him the entire game. In that case Jason Witten will continue is momentum from last week and have a really nice day. Terrance Williams could also be in for a big day.
Dak Prescott/Mark Sanchez, Trap Game?
It is clear by now that I believe this game will be a blowout. Some are calling this game a “trap game”, however there is nothing to back that up. There is nothing that the Cleveland Browns can do on the Dallas Cowboys besides try to take advantage of the absence of Morris Claiborne with Terrelle Pryor on a slot corner in Orlando Scandrick or Anthony Brown. I think that Dak will do whatever he wants in this game and we will have around a 28-3 lead at halftime, and then a 35-6 (or 10 if they could get into the endzone) lead heading into the fourth quarter. From that point on I believe Mark Sanchez will come in and ice the game, adding onto the point total to make it around 38 to 6 (or 10).
Published by: Nicco Vocaturo