Dallas Cowboys Running Back Breakdown: Full Evaluation and Depth Chart Analysis

May 22, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It's been suggested that the NFL is a ''passing'' league, which it always has been.
Most importantly, the game of football is about running the ball, which it also always has been.
The Dallas Cowboys seem well positioned in the backfield with numerous young running backs that offer plenty of capability. This, of course, assumes that the Dallas offensive line will perform better in 2013 than it did a year ago—there is plenty of evidence to suggest that it should.
The Dallas offense has never finished better than 7th in the NFL in rushing under head coach Jason Garrett. This came in 2009, during Garrett's final season as offensive coordinator. That was also the last year the Cowboys both made the playoffs and won a game in the postseason.
In all other seasons, beginning in 2007 with Garrett as a rookie offensive coordinator, Dallas has never finished higher than 16th in rushing yards per game and fell all the way to 31st in 2012.
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