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Dez Bryant expressed concerns about the Dallas Cowboys’ offense after their narrow victory over the Washington Football Team on Sunday evening.
Even with the Dallas Cowboys improving to 9-4 on the season, fans of this team like Cowboys legend Dez Bryant have their concerns about the offense going forward.
Dallas eked out a road win over the Washington Football Team 27-20 in a game that had no business being as close as it was. Though the Cowboys are dripping with talent on the offensive side of the ball, it has been the defense that has been this year’s team’s most explosive unit. Adding Dan Quinn as defensive coordinator has been a huge plus for this contending franchise.
However, Bryant is not alone in being concerned about the offense’s overall inconsistent nature.
I think highly of Dallas offense and what they can be… I truly believe they have one of the best set ups on o around the league. …y’all have to come on with it… Dallas D is playing lights out!!.. find the flow as a collective..if this the O going into the playoffs I’m worried
— Dez Bryant (@DezBryant) December 12, 2021
Dez Bryant expresses concerns about the Dallas Cowboys offense going forward
Look. If the Cowboys can play up to their potential offensively, they can represent the NFC in Super Bowl 56 over in Los Angeles. However, nobody flips a switch on a side of the ball that has not been overly electrifying this late into the season. Simply put, the offense is going to be what the offense is the rest of the way. Anything more would be seen as a huge boost for the Cowboys.
With a 9-4 record and three division games left, Dallas can feel confident about winning the NFC East with weeks to go. However, the Cowboys are going to need every break imaginable when it comes to seeding to best position themselves for a deep postseason. Anything short of playing in the NFC Championship game should be viewed as a massive disappointment for this year’s team.
Dallas will only go as far as quarterback Dak Prescott and the offense will take them this January.