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Progress Report: After 5 Games, Taking Closer Look at Cowboys’ Special Teams
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Jan 11 2018, 9:20 pm - by alfonso

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FRISCO, Texas -- With only five games into the 2017 season, there still plenty of football left for these Cowboys as they enter the bye week. But a handful of games is also enough time to evaluate not only the team as a whole, but breaking down the three phases of the team.So over the next three days, let take a closer look at what has gone right, what hasn been up to par and what needs to change on the offense https://www.cowboysfootballfanstore.com/Cowboys_Taco_Charlton_Jersey, defense and special teams.Today, it the Special Teams.    ReadBest Performer: Dan BaileyIt is surely comforting for this coaching staff to know that every time they cross midfield, there is a chance to grab points. Even though Bailey hasn been asked to attempt as many field goals to this point as he did in the previous season, he has yet to miss. He looks healthy this year after struggling with back problems last year, which robbed him of the power that wee so accustomed to seeing. The technique is flawless and with that comes the consistency. It rare to see a ball off line or drifting in one direction or another. It usually right down the middle with the proper distance. Like Chris Jones, Bailey has added the ability to directionally kick off. Generally, coaches are fearful of attempting to use this as a weapon because of the ball going out of bounds https://www.cowboysfootballfanstore.com/Cowboys_Ruben_Carter_Jersey. Rich Bisaccia doesn have that concern with Bailey, and armed with that ability I believe that wee going to see more of those types of kicks to pin opponents inside their own 15-yard line.
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