The Dallas Cowboys are trying to find ways to get wide receiver Dez Bryant open so they can get the ball in the hands of one of their most dynamic playmakers. Bryant has routinely found himself drawing double coverage, the Cowboys are trying to move Bryant around to help free him up.
“We’ve moved him around as we said, [and] we’ll continue to move him around,” offensive coordinator Bill Callahan said, via Calvin Watkins of the Dallas Morning News. “He’s in every formation and location that you can even think of. I think a couple of games ago, we targeted him 16 times [against New York Giants] and he was in just about every imaginable formation you can think of. We’re going to continue to do that not only with Dez but with a couple of other guys as well.”
“We’re all on board in trying to put him in positions where he can be successful and get the matchups we desire,” Callahan said. “Whether it’s Dez or [Jason Witten]. When you move Dez, you’re also moving other people and they’re getting into other locations as well so that gives them opportunities. [You] try to keep that balance and try to keep that mix [which] is important.”