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Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett wasn’t particularly pleased with how his offense performed last night in a 3-0 win over the Oakland Raiders. As reported via Calvin Watkins of ESPN Dallas, Garrett was short in summary, “We didn’t play with great rhythm.”
“It took us a couple of drives to make some first downs,” Garrett said. “Dez made a good play, a completion to Wit was good, but for the most part we didn’t run it as well as we needed to and didn’t drive it as well as we needed to.
“I think the self-inflicted wounds were a part of that. But we have to learn from it and go back and watch each individual play, technique assignments and how 11 guys did and understand that everybody has to do their job for us to be a good offense.”
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