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How the Cowboys offense can help the defense get more turnovers This year the turnover story is a fairly simple one for the Cowboys. Through four games Demarcus Lawrence Jersey White , the Cowboys are the only team in the league without an interception, and their two takeaways (both fumble recoveries) in four games rank them dead last in the league.You don’t need an advanced degree in statistics to intuitively understand that teams that are able to gain a turnover advantage are more likely to win games.Turnover differential is (obviously) the keyTurnover differential is a stat that is highly correlated with winning in the NFL. The bigger the turnover differential in your favor, the bigger the chance you’ll win the game. Heck, we even have the numbers to prove it: In 2017, teams that won the turnover battle won 79 percent of the time (154 wins out of 195 games). Here’s a breakdown of winning percentages by turnover differential: Unfortunately, knowing about the importance of turnovers and actually getting turnovers are two very different things, in part also because of the inherent randomness of turnovers. In practice, the Cowboys are doing their due diligence by practicing and emphasizing things like ball control, fumble recoveries, and ball stripping, all in the hopes of increasing their odds of getting a turnover.But outside of those specific drills, there may be a much bigger factor in determining the number of defensive takeaways, and specifically interceptions: the Cowboys’ offense.The Cowboys offense can significantly help the defense’s turnover chancesAt first glance, this may seem like an odd statement Cheap Jourdan Lewis Youth Jersey , but it will make a lot more sense when you look at when the majority of interceptions are thrown: Only 21% of the 430 interceptions thrown last year in the regular season happened when the offense was playing with a lead. 62% of all interceptions occurred when the offense was playing from behind. Most interceptions happen when you’re not playing with a lead.Here’s a detailed breakdown of the interceptions thrown last year, listed by the score differential at the time when the interceptions were thrown. Last year, like every year before that, teams threw a lot more interceptions when they were playing from behind than they did when playing with a lead. And when you stop to think about it, the numbers make sense. Once you’re playing from behind you start taking more risks in your passing game in an effort to catch up.It’s all about being on the right side of the leadNot only do teams playing from behind throw the ball a lot more often than the teams playing with a lead, they also have those passes intercepted more often. Similarly, a team playing with a lead will generally find it easier to record interceptions on defense.The stats bear this out. The interception rate (Interceptions divided by passing attempts) increases the further a team is behind; conversely, when playing with a lead teams tend to take fewer risks in the passing game, which in turn leads to fewer mistakes and turnovers. For the Cowboys, scoring more and earlier will put their opponents in the situation described above, where they have to lean on the pass and take greater risks in order to try catch up. This in turn will allow the defense to make more plays. As the opposing offenses are forced to go to the pass, the defense can sit back in its nickel and dime formations and simply wait for the opposing offenses to make mistakes.And as long as the Cowboys don’t play some form of weird prevent defense, the interceptions will eventually come. For the third time in five years, the Dallas Cowboys are playing in the NFC Divisional Round after beating the Seattle Seahawks 24-22 on Saturday. It was an anxiety-filled game as the teams stayed neck and neck. Even when the Cowboys appeared to pull away by 10 points late in the fourth quarter Amari Cooper Jersey White , Seattle made us sweat one more time with a drive to make it close. Cowboys fans can rest easy now and enjoy Sunday’s playoff action as we await to see who Dallas will face next weekend.Here are 10 thoughts on the Cowboys big win over Seattle.1. Ground attack comes throughThis was going to be a battle of which team could establish the run and wear down the defense. Behind 137 yards from Ezekiel Elliott, the Cowboys out-rushed Seattle 164 to 73. Zeke was outstanding. He bounced outside for a 44-yard run late in the first half on a 3rd-and-1 play that flipped the field and led to the Cowboys first touchdown of the game. Then, he had a nice 17-yard run where he again bounced outside, only he then turned back inside to avoid going out bounds so the clock continued to run. The best part of that play was how he abused Seahawks corner Shaquill Griffin with a nice stiff arm.It wasn’t just the Cowboys offense that came through in the running game. The defense was great as well. Chris Carson was held to just 20 yards on 13 carries for a 1.5 average. Rashaad Penny had a nice run of 28 yards, but then he only had one yard over his three other carries.The defense stifled the Seahawks top-rated ground game. Here is example of pretty much every Seattle running play on Saturday.2. Costly missed field goalYou just sorta had a feeling that a missed field goal was going to come back to haunt someone in this game. Both teams missed a long field goal towards the end of first half. First, Brett Maher was wide on a 58-yard attempt, which would have tied a playoff record. That gave Seattle great field position and led to a Seahawks field goal.As time expired at the end of the first half, Sebastian Janikowski attempted a 57-yarder, but hooked it. While Seattle definitely could have used those points, it was the fact that Janikowski left the game with an injury, forcing the Seahawks to rely on punter Michael Dickson to handle all the kicking duties. Seattle wouldn’t even let him try an extra point as Pete Carroll chose to go for two after each touchdown in the second half.Not having Janikowski also hurt when they needed to attempt an onside kick. Dickson’s drop kick didn’t even give Seattle a chance to recover it as he just pooched it 30 yards to Cole Beasley. Game over.3. The running manIt just felt like the Cowboys were dominating a great portion of this game, only it was never translating onto the scoreboard. Seattle would get stopped again and again, only to have a big strike here or there to stay in the game. And when they needed a play, the Seahawks called all none other than Russell Wilson to make it. On a key fourth-down play Taco Charlton Jersey White , Wilson hit Doug Baldwin for 22 yards to keep a drive alive in the third quarter. Wilson then delivered on two quarterback runs off the read-option, including four-yard touchdown run to give Seattle their first lead of the game.But Wilson wasn’t the only quarterback making plays with his feet. Dak Prescott came up huge on two big runs in the fourth quarter. First, on a designed run, Prescott took off for what appeared to be 10-yard touchdown run. The play was overturned as Dak was just a few inches short. Zeke scored two plays later.Dak was at it again late in the fourth quarter when he took off running up the middle on a big 3rd-and-14 play. Prescott would go end-over-end and land in the end zone, but once again he would be just a tad bit short. He scored on the very next play on a quarterback sneak. It was just a fantastic call and a great play from Dak. The Cowboys weren’t holding back and let Prescott loose. Great idea.4. O-Line held upDak and Zeke got a lot of help. It was a grind at times, but Elliott had some holes to run through. Zeke averaged 5.3 yards per carry. And Prescott was only sacked once, which is only the third game all season where he’s been sacked less than two times in a game. They picked a good time to start blocking well. There was some concern about Connor Williams who was filling in for injured Xavier Su’a-Filo, but he played great. He had a nice seal off block on Dak’s big third down run late in the fourth quarter.And it’s always great to have 77 back on the field.5. Amari quietly does his thingIn his first playoff game in a Cowboys uniform, Amari Cooper did what he always does - he got open. There was no 70-yard breakaway play this time or he never got to celebrate in the end zone after scoring a touchdown, but he just kept making catches and kept the chains moving. Prescott targeted Cooper nine times, allowing the Cowboys new wide receiver to haul in seven catches for 106 yards. And plenty of those catches came at big moments in the game. Like this one...And this one...Cooper has a knack for getting open and he did that plenty against the Seahawks. It’s going to be so much fun watching him for years to come.6. 20 is the magic numberDuring the regular season the Cowboys were 9-0 when scoring 20 points or more. They got 24 on Saturday. They were also undefeated (6-0) when Ezekiel Elliott had more than 20 carries in a game. Zeke had 26 carries against Seattle.The Cowboys were able to reach both benchmarks so we can add another notch to the belt. The offense flows better when the ground game is working, but finishing has been a real problem for Dallas. That wasn’t the case on Saturday. After a nice red zone showing in last week’s rehearsal game against the New York Giants, the Cowboys offense continued their success against Seattle by going three for four in the red zone. Their only fail was the interception in the end zone when K.J. Wright was able to haul in a deflected pass. He was lucky he didn’t get called for pass interference on Noah Brown.7. Austin almost strikes againThe last time the Seahawks played the Cowboys in the playoffs, there was a particular player with the last name Austin that ran a kick back for a touchdown. In 2006 Womens Amari Cooper Jersey , that player was Miles Austin. On Saturday, it almost happened again with Tavon Austin.While this play was called back due to a holding penalty, Austin got another shot in the second half.8. Great showing for RichardKris Richard has several interviews lined up for Sunday and he has to be pleased with the effort of his defense. He’s so good that even Antwaun Woods is great in pass coverage.The Seahawks were held to 299 yards and the Cowboys defense did a great job of getting off the field, allowing their offense to have almost 10 more minutes of time of possession. Even when the Seahawks were making plays, it was mostly in tight coverage with outstanding efforts made by Seattle’s receivers. The defense was outstanding and it should be a good day for Richard as he interviews for a new job.9. Prayers go out to HurnsFans were excited about the signing of former Jaguars receiver Allen Hurns as he brought some nice “yards after the catch ability” to this offense. Hurns didn’t have the year many of us were hoping for. He only had 20 catches for 295 yards and two touchdowns - all career lows.But Hurns was just one guy in a team effort for Prescott to throw to. Unfortunately, Hurns playoff debut in a Cowboys uniform was short lived after he caught a 14-yard pass on a 3rd-and-7. Hurns was able to get the first down and was trying to get more yardage when his ankle got caught underneath Seahawks safety Bradley McDougald. It didn’t look good.Hurns season is over and our thoughts are with him.10. Who do you want?Sunday is going to be a relaxing day for Cowboys fans. We can sit back and enjoy the game between the Chicago Bears and Philadelphia Eagles. If the Bears win, the Cowboys will travel to New Orleans in a Week 13 rematch. Should the Eagles pull off the upset, Dallas will travel to Los Angeles to face the Rams. Both the one and two seed teams look tough so it’s hard to say which team is preferable.Rooting against the Eagles comes naturally so it seems obvious to pull for Chicago, however the thought of hosting a possible NFC Championship game certainly is appealing. Who will you be pulling for today?
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