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The two big developments of the bye week for the Dallas Cowboys focused on the offense. That was because the problems this season have mostly been on that side of the ball www.authenticsdallascowboys.com , with the defense having been more effective and consistent through the first seven games. The Amari Cooper and Paul Alexander moves were seen by many as the team not wanting to waste such a strong defensive performance.But it hasn’t all been great for the defense, either. Two players that were expected to play big roles have had almost no impact so far, DE Randy Gregory and DT David Irving. And now both are dealing with injuries, a knee for Gregory and an ankle problem that just happened with Irving on Thursday.Maybe we shouldn’t be surprised, though. These two have always been all about potential with nothing more than brief flashes on the field. Our Michael Strawn and Tom Ryle take a look at the expectations for these two, and if they were way too high.Michael: I’ve long banged the skepticism drum on both of these players, especially Randy Gregory. But even I have to admit I got pretty excited during preseason when Gregory showed flashes of his college capabilities. I should have known better. Each of these guys is in his fourth year in the NFL and the track record on both says don’t trust either one and don’t get your expectations up.Irving has at least been able to flash the occasional dominance on the field. But just as it looks like he’s ready to be a more reliable player something happens. Maybe a personal issue. Maybe a drug suspension. Maybe an injury. But it’s always something.Gregory is different. He’s in his fourth season and has never - at any point - proven he can be an elite NFL player. Generally, when that’s true, there’s no reason to think he will become an elite player moving forward. It’s too bad because you want to root for him as he’s worked his tail off under a severe (and frankly unfair) microscope simply to get back on the field. But expecting him to suddenly blossom into a dominant pass rusher was never realistic and the first half of the 2018 season has confirmed that thinking.Tom: The problem with both players has never been ability, it has been availability. Due to a combination of suspensions and injuries, Gregory has only played in 20 games since he was drafted in 2015, while Irving has appeared in 37 during the same period - out of 55 regular season games. Both possess impressive talent, they just keep missing games. At least now, they are dealing with injuries, not self-inflicted punishments.Irving has shown that he can be a force on the field, but he has only been seen in two games this season - and he is credited with a sack, two QB hits Dallas Cowboys T-Shirt , a total of two tackles for a loss, and four tackles overall. Gregory has been in six of the seven games this year, and while he only has one sack, he also has 10 total tackles and four QB hits. I think the production is there if one or both can just get fully healthy.Michael: We all know Bill Parcells used to say “you are what you are” when referencing a team’s record as the true indicator of a team’s ability. I would say the same with regards to productivity from Irving and Gregory. They are what they are: talented players with loads of potential who, for whatever reason, don’t provide performance. I mean, even now, it looks like neither will play Monday night.Irving will be a free agent next year and it will be interesting to see what kind of offers he elicits. It only takes one team to decide to throw a bunch of money at him simply because of potential. In all likelihood, he’ll leave Dallas after three seasons of high-end potential that was never met. I hope he proves me wrong over the next nine games. Gregory is different in I think draftniks placed far too much value in “bend” and “athleticism” and not enough in “football player.” I just haven’t seen anything on the field that makes think “wow, this guy’s a great NFL player.” Again, hopefully I’m wrong and he somehow comes along but right now I have no reason to believe that will happen.Tom: I still see a fairly good chance that one of these players will make an impact before the end of the season, and possibly both. The pass rush has been struggling recently, and it is possible at least part of the issues have come from the injuries both these two have fought this year. We still would have to see them get healthy, but it is kinda impossible to have too much depth on the defensive line.We still don’t know how severe Irving’s ankle injury is, but if he is able to play at all the rest of the season, the team can use him. He is a tackle, not an end Dallas Cowboys Hats , and there are very few DTs that notch big pass rushing stats, but even in his small sample size there are hints of what he can become. Gregory can be just as valuable, again if he can just get healthy. Irving may attract some big numbers as a free agent, but if he doesn’t, then the Cowboys might get him cheap for another look. And Gregory still has a year to go on his deal, thanks to being banned for a year. Both still have time to prove they are valuable, and as I said, I think the odds are pretty decent that at least one of them will come through.Michael: I just feel like I’ve been hearing these statements regarding these two for the duration of their careers with the Cowboys. We’re forever talking about what they’ll bring in the future yet have nothing from the past as an example.Again, I hope you’re right. The promise of a Lawrence/Irving/Crawford/Gregory pass rush is enticing. But that’s all it is - a promise - and up until now it’s been a promise unfulfilled. As there are eight before it and eight after it, Week 9 is officially the Hump Week of an NFL season.We know who teams are by now. Their identities are firm, their cards are on the table, and everyone is doing everything they can to make sure they are playing football past Week 17. In a league where only 12 of the 32 teams get to do so, it can be a difficult road.The Dallas Cowboys find themselves with a 3-4 record at the season’s midway point. They’ve already had their bye and we won’t see them until Monday night when they host the Tennessee Titans while debuting Amari Cooper. What about before Monday night, though? Sunday is full of NFL games and a lot of them can/will impact the rest of the Cowboys season and are therefore important. Who do we need to win these games? Who are we rooting for? Here’s this week’s official rooting guide.NOON GAMES: Bills, Buccaneers, Lions, & FalconsThere are seven games taking place in the early slot of Week 9’s Sunday action Dallas Cowboys Hoodie , but three of them feature two AFC teams and are therefore not something that concerns the Cowboys. Amazingly, of all six teams involved zero are from the AFC South so it’s not like any of them even play Dallas this season. Root for who you please here.The Buffalo Bills are coming off of just playing on Monday Night Football themselves and they’re hosting the Chicago Bears who might be Khalil Mack-less for the second straight week. Chicago is 4-3 on the season and could very well be a team that’s vying for a wildcard spot come playoff time. It’s common sense to root for AFC over NFC teams.Aaron Doster-USA TODAY SportsThe NFC South matchup between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Carolina Panthers is certainly an interesting one and will feature Ryan Fitzpatrick returning to the position under center for the Bucs. Dallas will host Tampa Bay in Week 16 (maybe we’ll get another kettle game) and already lost to the Panthers. Between the two, odds are definitely higher that Carolina will be a contender come late December than the Buccaneers so we need them to take any loss they can from here on out. A similar logic is at play between the Detroit Lions and Minnesota Vikings as they clash within the NFC North. Minnesota is much more likely to be the team in contention than the team who’s head coach did this. It might be tough for Detroit without Golden Tate on their squad but they do now have former Cowboys receiver Andy Jones taking his place. Championship!The Washington Redskins are the only division rival of the Cowboys to play in Week 9 as both the Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants are on a bye. Atlanta has the ability to potentially be a wildcard contender with the Cowboys down the road, but the most important thing the Cowboys can ever get across the league is a loss from a division rival. This is the most important thing we’re rooting for this week as the Redskins are already 5-2. Go Falcons.AFTERNOON GAMES: Chargers and RamsThe Houston Texans traded with the Denver Broncos for wide receiver Demaryius Thomas this week and that’s particularly spicy today of all days because the Texans visit the Broncos. Rooting for either side here doesn’t necessarily influence the Cowboys one way or another so let’s just root for a good time.Onto more serious matters, the Los Angeles Chargers visit the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. This falls under the classic “AFC over NFC” umbrella, but it has a pinch more of oomph as the Seahawks are a team that beat the Cowboys this season. We need them to have a worse record than Dallas at any cost.Jake Roth-USA TODAY SportsThe game of the afternoon is undoubtedly the Los Angeles Rams at the New Orleans Saints. The logic in rooting for the Rams to keep up their undefeated season is simple. At this point they can just run away with the number one seed (which would also keep them incentivized to beat Seattle for the second time in Week 10 and we just discussed needing them to lose) but beyond that the Saints aren’t necessarily a lock to win their own division.While the Saints certainly look like the best team in the NFC South, the Panthers are hanging around and getting hotter with each passing week. If somehow Carolina were able to leapfrog New Orleans, we would need them to be beneath the Cowboys in the standings and as an added point to all of this, Dallas will host the Saints later this season (when Gil Brandt goes into the Ring of Honor). The Cowboys still have the ability to control something against the Saints so they can add to whatever help they get come late November.SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL: Patriots, duhIt’s a strange sight to see what with the Green Bay Packers playing like a team that could miss the playoffs without suffering an Aaron Rodgers injury, but such is life in the NFL these days. We don’t need to take any chances with the Packers. We need them buried. Get it done, Pats. Get it done big time.Obviously we’re all also rooting for the Cowboys on Monday night against the Titans, but that goes without saying. If we can get all of these (hopefully the all-AFC games reward you in fantasy at least) that would be great:Bills (2-6) over Bears (4-3)Buccaneers (3-4) over Panthers (5-2)Lions (3-4) over Vikings (4-3-1)Falcons (3-4) over Redskins (5-2)Chargers (5-2) over Seahawks (4-2)Rams (8-0) over Saints (6-1)Patriots (6-2) over Packers (3-3-1)Cowboys (3-4) over Titans (3-4) How many do you think the Cowboys will get? Which ones? www.nflshopoutlet.com/baltimore-ravens
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