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It was a short stint for Dallas Leighton Vander Esch Jersey offensive line coach Paul Alexander. Alexander Authentic Demarcus Lawrence Jersey , who was hired back in January, could not make it through the bye week with his new team in Dallas. After spending 23 seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals, the former Bengals OL coach was brought into Dallas to hopefully work his magic, and strange techniques, on one of the best offensive lines in football. That failed miserably. Our friends over at Cincy Jungle had an opinion on the firing of Paul Alexander:Since week one, Dak Prescott has been sacked 23 times, which is tied for the third most in the NFL. While not all of those sacks are on the offensive line, that’s still way too many sacks at the halfway point of the season. If you aren’t buying into the sack numbers, the pressure rate is even more of a concern. According to NFL Matchup, Dak Prescott is also the third most pressured quarterback in the NFL. In the last two weeks, Ezekiel Elliott has been held to 139 yards on 39 carries for 3.5 yards per carry. While that’s not a bad stat line, it’s nowhere near the numbers were used to seeing from the former fourth-overall pick. If the QB sacks Womens Connor Williams Jersey , and the running backs lack of running room wasn’t enough to make the move, it was quietly being rumored that some of the lineman were becoming frustrated with the forcing of the “high-hand, low-hand” technique that Alexander preaches, instead of allowing the veteran guys to continue to play with the techniques that made them one of the best units in the league. All of this led to the Cowboys officials finally deciding to pull the plug on Alexander and turning to familiar faces in Marc Colombo and Hudson Houck. Colombo has been with the Cowboys coaching staff since 2014, working as an assistant. He was promoted to the offensive line coach on Monday, prior to the Cowboys Monday night game against the Tennessee Titans. The Cowboys also brought back Hudson Houck to be a veteran adviser to Colombo. With the move to promote Colombo, the Cowboys OL will go back to doing what they did in the past under Frank Pollack. There have been a ton of questions about whether the lineman will struggle changing techniques in the middle of the season, but the techniques they’ll be going back to are the ones they are most comfortable using in the first place. This is a move that needed to be made, and while it may have been done a little too late, the Cowboys saw that what Paul Alexander was teaching was making the entire offensive line regress. With a new addition at wide receiver, and making a midseason move in the coaching staff, the Cowboys front office has committed to trying to win this season. With these moves http://www.dallascowboysteamonline.com/ ... aim-jersey , they’ve also come out and admitted that they were wrong in their evaluation of their team, which is something this staff has struggled to do in recent memory. And last but not least, the firing of Paul Alexander and promotion of Marc Colombo gives the Cowboys the best chance to win. Colombo knows the ins and outs of the team and has a good feel for what each lineman does well. It may not happen right away, but soon this offensive line should start playing like the group we’re all used to seeing.Jason Garrett: Sean Lee should practice in a limited way, David Irving on track It’s Friday of game week with a big clash awaiting against the Jaguars. As such, Jason Garrett took to the mic to update us on the latest Cowboys news. (All Garrett answers are paraphrased and not actual quotes.)Did Randy Gregory hurt his knee in practice? No, it’s just something that has been bothering him for a bit.How did David Irving look yesterday?Seemed fine, hopefully he’ll have another good day today. He is here today.Who will or won’t practice today?Joe Thomas will not practice today. Sean Lee should belimited today, hopefully D-Law and Chido will practice, probably be limited. Sean is progressing.Is there a moment when you realized things had really changed for Jaylon Smith?Him coming back from injury has been so impressive every minute, every day. His approach, mentality Authentic Ezekiel Elliott Jersey , even the first year when he was not playing, then we got the news about the nerve regenerating, then him just practicing and playing in games, it was unbelievable. A big step was taking the brace off, that freed him up. His spontaneous movement improved dramatically over the offseason. He’s a driven guy with great spirit and will, his recovery is a reflection of that. He’s become more confident, he’s been able to sustain performance at a high level without lapses. He has played well, and is a great leader.Brice Butler?Brice is a smart guy, no issues mentally with the playbook, we are just getting him acclimated physically, back in a routine. He is competing for a spot, a role on game day.Is it tough to manage six receivers on game day? You have a plan going in Womens Joe Looney Jersey , just like we have eight defensive linemen. You have a plan for different personnel, groupings. With the receivers you have specific plays for specific guys, you have a plan, then you just execute the plan. You make adjustments as the game goes on.How have the defensive tackles played, the position seems a little undermanned?Those guys have done well. Antwaun Woods health was a health concern going into the game and he played outstanding. Crawford is playing well. Hopefully Maliek Collins can practice today and have a role in the game. They did a good job defending the run in Houston, and they affected the QB. We like them and they are competing.Will Tony Romo be here today for a production meeting?Yes he will be here today. It’s great having him, he did it last year, I have the utmost respect for him, the guys like seeing him, it’s fun to see him.
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