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The Dallas Cowboys will head into Philadelphia https://www.dallascowboysteamonline.com/leighton-vander-esch-jersey with their backs against the wall. The Eagles are favored by a touchdown and this should be the most difficult task for the Cowboys so far. The margin for error will be small as the team will need to several players step up if they are to come out of Philly with a win http://www.thecowboysfootballauthentic.com/geoff-swaim-jersey-authentic , but which guys can ball out? Here are some X-Factor candidates who will need to be difference makers on Sunday night.Danny Phantom: Xavier Suía-FiloIt seems appropriate that Xavier is picked as the X-factor, but itís not just because he has an X in his name. It was inevitable that whoever won the starting job at left guard this week would be highlighted for this game and it appears Suía-Filo is going to be that guy. The Cowboys will be without Connor Williams this week as he underwent a knee scope, but a silver lining is that Williams has been struggling at times this season anyways. How much of a step down will it be going with Suía-Filo in his spot? Maybe he does some things better? Hopefully, thatís the case because heíll have his work cut out for him when he squares off against the Eagles defensive tackles Fletcher Cox and Haloti Ngata. The Cowboys must get good blocking from their interior line to give Dak Prescott time and shore up the blocking for Ezekiel Elliott in the running game. How this offensive line performs could be the difference maker and the Cowboys offense needs all the help they can get.Tom Ryle: Scott LinehanThis seems to be his last chance to perform a successful self-anal/cranial extraction and make some changes in his approach to the offense. If he approaches this game the same way he did the Titans flop, it is basically a direct challenge to Jerry Jones and Jason Garrett to do something. Of course, the early signs are not encouraging. Comments to the media from Jason Garrett have a ďstay the courseĒ feel to them, and Linehan still seems to be focused on execution, not adjustment/unpredictability. But another embarrassment on national television could be the tipping point for Jerry Jones, and Linehan would be idiotic to not act accordingly, no matter how secure he thinks his job is. If the Cowboys are to have even the slimmest of chances, the play-calling needs to be drastically better. Of course, that may just be beyond Linehanís ability for whatever reason.Michael Sisemore: Cole Beasley The Eagles have an incredible defensive line that penetrates the gaps better than any line in the league. The Cowboys canít continuously beat their heads against a wall trying to run it against Fletcher Cox and Michael Bennett. That doesnít mean they need to give up on trying to establish the run but it may be better to set themselves up with the pass. The Eagles secondary just isnít very good and they are banged up. Amari Cooperís presence will draw some defensive attention and should allow them to pass aggressively. However, weíve seen these Cowboys fail to exploit matchups before so itís easier said than done in this case. Cole Beasley didnít have his first target until the fourth quarter in Mondayís loss to the Titans. Thatís unacceptable because Beasley is one of the best mismatch players in the NFL against a struggling Philly secondary that wonít have the answer for him. If the Cowboys want to win, they must stop beating themselves and start being a little more aggressive. Cole Beasley should be the biggest benefactor of this trade for Cooper but itís going to require the coaches to draw up the gameplan that allowed them to hang 40 points on the Jaguars.Letís check with twitter and see what some fans had to say...Etienne Roy: Dakís legsIf the Cowboys want a repeat performance of the Jacksonville game, maybe they should let Dak Prescott loose running the ball? He had a career-high 11 rushing attempts for a career-high 82 yards in that game. It worked once already this season, why not again?Calvin Clapdorp: Second half Ezekiel EllliottItís weird because sometimes I feel this team does a lot better when they play with a sense of urgency and resort to more passing. But at the same time http://www.thecowboysfootballauthentic.com/tyrone-crawford-jersey-authentic , the disappearance of Ezekiel Elliott in the second half canít keep happening. There needs to be a balance, but the Cowboys might benefit from coming out passing as defenses are always ready to stop Zeke. Once the offense can demonstrate they can be a threat in the passing game, things start to open up better for Elliott.Let Him Run: Dark horse special teamerThis one is interesting because special teams has come into play in each one of the Cowboys wins over the last three seasons. The Kyle Wilber block was big in 2015, Chris Jones swung the momentum back in 2016, and even Dan Bailey misses kept things interesting in the finale last year. Little did we know that would be his last ever attempt in a Cowboys uniform.In a game where everything needs to go right for the Cowboys to pull out the win, a big play on special teams would come in handy. Which brings us to...Thomas Howard: Chris JonesFun fact: Chris Jones has converted two fake-punts in his career when he used his legs and scampered off for a big gain. Both those plays happened during Sunday Night Football (last year against Oakland and in 2016 against Philadelphia).Cowboys news: Ezekiel Elliott draws rave reviews Cowboys outlast Lions with fourth-quarter fireworks Ė Bob Sturm, The AthleticSturm provides his usual deep dive into what happened Sunday and what it means moving forward. He focuses on the three big plays from Ezekiel Elliott. Dak Prescott badly needed a win ó and he came through Ė Calvin Watkins, The AthleticPrescott, for a week at least, quieted his critics and Watkins gives us his thoughts. MMQB: Teams taking huge risks in NFL Week 4- Albert Breer, SI.comIt took four weeks, but the Cowboys finally warranted a mention by the Monday Morning Quarterback. Dak Prescott finds his poise, leadership in the Cowboys' big moment - Todd Archer, ESPNArcher also has praise for Prescott's game, especially the final, game-winning drive. The Cowboys can't have Ezekiel Elliott as their No. 1 receiver. Here's where they could get help - Rick Gosselin Womens Joe Looney Jersey , SportsDayThe Cowboys offense finally generated more than 200 yards passing Sunday but Gosselin points out they continue to get virtually nothing from the wide receiving corps. Who knew a collection of cast-offs and mid-round draft picks would struggle?3 things we learned from Cowboys' win over Lions: Byron Jones may be the best CB in football right now - John Owning, SportsDayJohn Owning, now at SportDay, is always a must-read. His lengthy breakdown of the Cowboy's victory has a number of interesting insights. Top 10: Zeke & D-Law Are Easy, But Whoís Next? - DallasCowboys.com staffThe staff over at the Mothership vote on the top ten performances from the victory over the Lions. Cowboys Will Wait & See On David Irvingís Role - David Helman, DallasCowboys.comDavid Irving is officially eligible to return to the Cowboys. How soon he'll see live game-action is an unknown. Helman gives us the details on this evolving situation. Scoutís Eye: Big Blocks, Defensive Grades - Bryan Broaddus, DallasCowboys.comThe broad one gives his scout's judgments of Sunday's contest. Like many of us, he liked what he saw from Chidobe Awuzie despite the second-year corner surrendering a number of catches. Audibles at the Line: Week 4 - Staff, FootballOutsidersThe FO staff have running commentary on the Dallas - Detroit matchup, which is pretty interesting. Terrance Williams expected back Tuesday Ė Charean Williams, ProFootballTalkC. Williams reports T. Williams is expected back after missing the first game of his career Sunday. Weíve got a new episode of The 75O with Tony Casillas (yes, THAT Tony Casillas) and RJ Ochoa available for you on the Blogging The Boys podcast feed. The guys broke down everything that worked (and things that could use some work) during the victory against Detroit.You wonít want to miss any of these shows so just go ahead and save yourself some time by subscribing to our podcast feed.Subscribe using Apple (iTunes).Subscribe using Android devices. www.nflshopoutlet.com/cincinnati-bengals
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