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Match Details: Oakland Raiders vs Dallas Cowboys
League: NFL Preseason
Venue: AT&T Stadium, Arlington
Date: 26 August 2017
Time: 08:00 PM E.T
It’s only preseason but if you are as addicted as me and watched the Raiders games against the Cardinals and the Rams, you are now worried, particularly with the team’s defense. For that reason, you know things could get very ugly on Saturday against the Cowboys. I’m not very concerned about the offense, as I believe it just needs to shake off the rust and coach Downing will certainly make a couple of twitches here and there to have all systems going for the opener against the Titans on September 10th. So I’ll leave the offense quiet for the time being.
Now to the defensive side of the ball. Yuck.
So far it is very clear that not only there was no improvement from last year but some players actually took a step back. Yes, I’m looking (first) at you both, Mr. Sean Smith and Mr. David Amerson.
And then I’m looking at basically anywhere else in the defense other than Khalil Mack.
Predictions for Dez on the field in 2017?
Mosley: I think Dez is poised to have a big season. I think 1,250 yards and 15 TDs is a real possibility. Dak will be more comfortable throwing into tight spots. Dez has just looked unreal in camp and the preseason. Free pizza for everyone.
What do you want to see from Jaylon Smith this weekend?
Mosley: You just need him to build on what he did last week. That was a big milestone for everyone involved (doctors, scouts, Jaylon, Jerry). He has to continue to demonstrate that he can function like a solid NFL player. He doesn’t have to be an MVP on this unit. He just needs to be a contributor. I think this is sort of a bridge season for him. He contributes this season and then tries to become a full-fledged starter heading into the 2018 season. But I think he’s already proven a lot of folks wrong, including myself. He’s one of the most inspirational players I can recall for the Cowboys. You can’t help but root for success for this guy.
Amerson had a fantastic season two years ago, coming basically from nowhere. He was flat out cut by the Redskins and picked up from the curb by Reggie McKenzie. He ended up playing like a Pro Bowl corner and led the league that year in pass breakups. His eye-popping performance in 2015 earned him a 4-year extension in 2016, but last season was a bit disappointing.
Smith was a coveted free agent after not re-signing with the Chiefs in 2015. He was finally brought to Oakland on a hefty 4-year contract, although the team could cut him after two years without any dead money. Let’s say year one was not what everybody expected. You can always blame the scheme too – which we all know is wrong. Thanks to the very stubborn Ken Norton Jr., who apparently forbid him from jamming receivers at the line of scrimmage. But regardless of the reason, Smith was a liability, especially against speedy receivers.