Oct 6, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys receiver Cole Beasley (11) celebrates a touchdown with teammates against the Denver Broncos at AT

Dallas Cowboys hope to keep aggressive, attacking offensive style


The Dallas Cowboys lit up the scoreboard in Week 5 against the Denver Broncos, but they were unable to do enough to come away with the victory. Now, with a week to regroup, the Cowboys hope to come out this weekend against the Washington Redskins with the same type of attacking, aggressive offensive play-calling that led to so much success last week.

Considering the Redskins defense is among the worst in the league, the Cowboys have a real shot to once again put up a large amount of points.

Of course, that will rely on the offensive play-calling to keep the foot on the gas and head coach Jason Garrett confirmed that is the plan moving forward.

“Well, you certainly want to play with the same style,” Garrett said, via the Star-Telegram. “Statistically, I don’t know if we’ll replicate that. It hasn’t been done very much in the history of the franchise. So you just try to play with that same attacking, aggressive style.”

Despite sitting at just 2-3, the Cowboys share a lead of the NFC East and they have an opportunity to distance themselves with a win over their division rival.

You don’t want to say that it will be easy for Dallas to put up points in bunches for a second straight week, but the lack of production from the Redskins secondary throughout the first few weeks of the regular season will certainly leave the door open.

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  • JoeDaBeast

    If the running game ca force the safeties up, it will be a field day for Tony Romo. Hopefully it is not a shoot out like last week. I don’t think our defense’s ego can take another a$$ kicking like that, especially against the Deadskins.