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na Panthers Well http://www.dallascowboysteamonline.com/ … aim-jersey , at least that’s over. The Cowboys went into Charlotte to kick off their season and came out completely flat, especially on offense, and lost 16-8. There wasn’t a lot to like about the way Dallas played, and the Panthers didn’t look particularly great either, but here are five plays that shaped the game. DeMarcus Lawrence recovers a fumble in goal line standFor how ugly the offense made things look, the defense certainly showed up. Carolina was driving on their first offensive possession of the game, and it seemed as if the Panthers would draw first blood as they got in the red zone. The defensive line, nicknamed the Hot Boys, had other things in mind. On third-and-two from the Dallas five-yard line, Christian McCaffrey took the ball up the middle, looking for at least a first down. Instead, Daniel Ross stripped the ball and DeMarcus Lawrence pounced on it. The turnover didn’t lead to a score, but it was a huge stop for the defense that shifted momentum early on and showed that this unit isn’t going to simply lay down and roll over with their backs against the wall. Christian McCaffrey gets fed like Zeke, makes it first and goalLater on, in the second quarter Authentic Ezekiel Elliott Jersey , the Panthers were putting together a solid drive and pushing into Dallas territory. On second-and-ten from the Dallas 22-yard line, McCaffrey got the ball and bruised his way through several defenders, smacking heads at least twice, and gained a hard earned 13 yards to make it first-and-goal. Two plays later, Cam Newton ran in for the first score of the game. Given that the Cowboys offense had yet to cross the 50-yard line, the Panthers’ score was a significant momentum swing, and McCaffrey’s big run set it all up. Dak Prescott badly under-throws a wide open Blake Jarwin deepThis play could have changed the whole complexion of the game. With around three minutes left in the first half, the Cowboys were trailing 7-0 and had a third-and-seven at their own 36-yard line. Prescott scrambles out of the pocket and has open field to attempt a run for the first down, or he can throw it to a wide open Blake Jarwin who is behind the defense on busted coverage. Prescott attempts the throw but badly under-throws it and it hits the ground at Jarwin’s feet. If he hits his tight end in stride, it’s likely a touchdown. If he just gets hit to him, it’s a Cowboys first down at the Panthers 30-yard line at a minimum. Instead the Cowboys punt.Brett Maher misses a 47-yard field goalIt’s hard to put into words just how shocked some were when Dan Bailey, the second most accurate kicker in NFL history, was cut in favor of Brett Maher, who hasn’t kicked a field goal in the regular season. Until Sunday, that is. After yet another stalled drive on offense Womens Joe Looney Jersey , the Cowboys realized they were close enough for a 47-yard field goal. Maher, who hit a 57-yarder in preseason, marched out to prove himself as the successor to Mr. Bailey. He had good distance, but the kick was to the right. Not only did it remind everyone of the fresh wound of Bailey’s release, but it took the air out of a team that desperately needed points, and kept the score at 10-0 with just under three minutes left in the third quarter. Dak Prescott fumbles in crunch timeWhen the offense finally woke up, Dak Prescott executed a good option pitch to Ezekiel Elliott to score, and then ran in for a two-point conversion. Another defensive stop gave Dallas the ball with just under two minutes to go in the game and down 16-8. Prescott had a golden opportunity to lead a touchdown drive and get a two-point conversion to tie it up and go into overtime. Instead, on third and seven, Prescott ended up scrambling out of the pocket and Mario Addison sacked him from behind, simultaneously knocking the ball loose. Captain Munnerlyn fell on the ball to seal the game, and Week One was over. Jonathan Stewart has been involved in 11 training camps during his NFL career, so the 31-year-old veteran running back knows the drill.Regardless that Stewart signed a reported two-year, $6.9 million contract with the New York Giants as a free agent, he knows that nothing in the NFL is guaranteed."Every year http://www.dallascowboysteamonline.com/ … ath-jersey , I feel like I'm fighting for a spot," Stewart said after Sunday's practice as the Giants prepare for their final preseason game Thursday night against New England. "I think everyone is battling. Every time I step onto the field, I'm trying to put my best foot forward."So far, the Giants have yet to see any of the ability that enabled Stewart to stay in the league so long. He had amassed 7,318 yards rushing and 51 touchdowns in 10 years with the Carolina Panthers.Stewart's preseason performance of a total of minus-5 yards on 10 rushing attempts should be cause for concern to some — but not Stewart."I think the preseason is a time to work on our craft," Stewart said. "I'm still trying to jell with the first team. I'm trying not to dwell on certain things."One of those things was a fumble on one of his carries against the New York Jets on Friday night."I didn't hold on to the ball like I should," Stewart said. "I have to learn to bounce back from my mistakes. Not everything can go your way. I had a good offseason in terms of training. I think it has been a good preseason for me. I've been getting a good amount of practice reps."That number will decrease now that rookie Saquon Barkley, the team's No. 1 draft pick out of Penn State and the No. 2 overall pick in the draft, returned to practice full time Sunday. Barkley has been held out most of the past two weeks after tweaking a hamstring in practice."He's a very talented guy," Stewart said of Barkley. "He's a physical specimen. You don't see many running backs of that caliber. He's like nothing I've ever seen. It's a great sign that he's back. He's a workaholic. When he got hurt, he was looking to get back as quick as possible."Barkley is back and projected to be the starting tailback. Second-year player Wayne Gallman Jr., the team's fourth-round selection in the 2017 draft who rushed for 476 yards and caught 34 passes as a rookie, has been impressive in the preseason and is probably ahead of Stewart on the depth chart.Giants' first-year head coach Pat Shurmur isn't too concerned about Stewart's preseason and doesn't sound like a coach who is ready to give up on Stewart."Jonathan is a pro," Shurmur said. "I know how his offseason training has gone for him. I trust Jonathan and I trust that he will be productive for us."Shurmur also knows that the Giants have not run the ball effectively in the preseason."When you don't run the ball well, it's the whole team's fault Womens Byron Jones Jersey ," Shurmur said. "When you don't run the ball well early in the game, that sets the tone for the rest of the game. It's a team thing to work on the running game. It's not just one person. "The Giants might have lost a key player during practice Sunday when starting outside linebacker Olivier Vernon went down with an apparent left ankle injury and had to be taken off the practice field on a cart."He just went inside the block and went over on his ankle," Shurmur said. "He's being evaluated right now."The Giants also welcomed back starting tight end Evan Engram, who left Friday night's preseason game with the Jets with what was initially diagnosed as a concussion.The second-year pass catcher, who had 64 receptions and six touchdowns as a rookie, was on the field running and riding the stationary bicycle Sunday, but was not involved with any contact, because he's still in the NFL's concussion protocol.NOTES: The Giants traded center Brett Jones to the Vikings for a 2019 draft pick. ... WR Odell Beckham, Jr. has not seen any action yet in the preseason, but he looks healthy in practice and was actually joking around Sunday returning punts in some drills. ... With the trade of Jones, Jon Halapio is entrenched as the team's starter at center, but John Greco slides in as the No. 2 center on the depth chart. ... Linebacker Ray-Ray Armstrong continues to impress in the preseason and looks as if he has earned a spot on the roster. If Armstrong makes the cut, it means that three of the Giants linebackers this season were members of the Los Angeles Rams a year ago, joining Alec Ogletree and Connor Barwin.



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