The Cowboys in Dallas Defeated New Orleans Saints 27-17 to start Week 13. Dallas dropped several stunning shots, including key touchdowns and interceptions, which were enough to overcome coach Mike McCarthy’s absence. Saints were at a disadvantage without Alvin Camara.
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- sir lamb: 7 receptions, 89 yards (3 tackles skipped); 1 carry, 33 yards rushing
- Tony Pollard: 7 carts, 71 yards, (61 YAC), 1 TD; 2 reception 3 yards reception
back Amary Cooper: Cooper had missed the past two weeks while on the Covid-19 list. Reports have been mixed throughout the week about how much he will be playing tonight, as he reportedly didn’t have the same conditioning he had before contracting the virus. This left him playing a backup, usually only playing in the three and two minute drills. He got two passes for 41 yards. Dallas extended a vacation before their next game, which hopefully will be enough time for Cooper to get close to 100%.
back Mark Ingram II: Ingram is back in the Saints lineup after missing Week 12 with a knee injury. use the saints Tony Jones Jr. As they appeared early, the receiver turned to run backwards T Montgomery As a late dip a week ago. New Orleans used a similar strategy this week, with Ingram only playing Jones’ place, which was a healthy scratch. The veteran running back was limited to 28 yards in 10 moves against a tough Cowboys defense. If Kamara misses another week, Ingram should have much more success against the Jets’ defense due to the game’s scenario and quality of defense.
health monitoring Ezekiel Elliot: Elliott’s health has been the subject of constant discussion all week – there were reports that Dallas would reduce his workload tonight, while team owner Jerry Jones said his star player would take on a “serious” burden. The Cowboys used it exactly the same way they used it in the last games, tending to it from the start but often leaving shots for Tony Pollard. Elliott only gained 45 yards in 13 loads in this game, which probably had as much to do with Saints’ defense as it did with his health. He can be trusted safely next week with bad news about his injury.
Drop Marquis Callaway: The Saints have switched to using rotation on a wide receiver rather than Callaway being the clear best player. This is allowed Diont Harris And Lil Jordan Humphrey To lead the Saints in reception and record their only landing. Callaway got his only passes three minutes before the end of the game. He spent one week as a Top 20 Fantasy Wide ReceiverAnd that was in the fifth week.
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