« Hamstring injury got Choice cut | Main | Rob Ryan not the only one to blame »

October 31, 2011

Eagles give other teams ideas on how to stop the Cowboys

The Cowboys entered Sunday's game ranked seventh in total defense, including first against the run. They left it ranked ninth in total defense, including fourth against the run, not including results from the Monday night game.

The Eagles have given the Cowboys’ future opponents some ideas on how to move the ball against Ryan’s defense. The only problem is: The Seahawks, Bills, Redskins, Dolphins, Cardinals, Giants and Bucs don’t have Michael Vick as their quarterback.

Vick threw for 279 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another 50 yards.

“I think it is a copycat league, so I think teams are always looking at what’s been successful against a particular team,” Garrett said. “But I do think Philly’s talent is unique. The quarterback is a unique player. I think he’s someone who has really demonstrated that he can throw from the pocket, and he obviously can make a ton of plays by moving around and making plays with his feet, not only extending plays but also running and making plays. So he’s someone who always kind of gets your attention. I think because he has a lot of the defense’s attention, it opens up a lot of opportunities for other people – runners and receivers.

“Having said that, certainly people are going to watch this tape and try to do some of the things they did.”

Safety Abe Elam said he expects teams to try to attack the Cowboys the same way the Eagles did Sunday.

"This is a copy-cat league," Elam said. "They will try to do the same thing. That's why we make corrections and improve."

-- Charean Williams



TrackBack URL for this entry:

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Eagles give other teams ideas on how to stop the Cowboys:


I agree with your idea.You look like very talented.It is very happy to meet you. Thank you!

I like your blog!

Yea if a team has four even average defensive lineman they can do serious damage to this crummy offensive line; therefore rendering Romo useless. If Kosier is so valuable then that really shows how bad this O L really is. This guy is not the one I want my youngin to learn from, I want someone that can put up or shut up. This guy is a weakness in the offensive line.

The comments to this entry are closed.