The Dallas Cowboys pounded the ball against the Miami Dolphins with the help of Lance Dunbar. Dunbar carried the ball 15 times for 105 yards and one touchdown. In a game that doesn’t count Tony Romo didn’t play. I am a little surprised the Cowboys didn’t at least get Romo a series at the very least. The Cowboys must have wanted to work on their running game and they did that. The back-up quarterbacks handed off the football a total of 35 times against the Dolphins.

The Cowboys offensive line looked a little better only giving up 2 sacks, you have to remember this was the Miami Dolphins who really don’t have the best defense in the NFL. Stephen McGee was sacked once for a five yard loss and Rudy Carpenter was sacked once for a 1 yards loss. Both quarterbacks combined for a total of 166 yards passing and no touchdowns. McGee lead with 124 of those yards going 9 for 18 on the night.

It was truly a night the Cowboys used to see who they will keep and who will go. That’s preseason football….

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  1. shane schutza

    they should keep lance dunbar. he’s the next emmitt smith!!


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