Find us @

Feature

Dallas Cowboys: We found a new way to play with the Broncos in practice

Cowboys practiced Thursday with the Broncos and things got heated. There were six fights over the team’s preseason debut.

Published

on

Even though the Cowboys won’t take the field against another team until Saturday night in their first preseason game, it won’t be the first time this summer.

The Cowboys and Broncos had a combined practice on Thursday, and there were plenty of emotions running high. Despite the fact that there were six fights throughout the practice, Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott didn’t mention them to media.

Prescott announced that he will not be playing on Saturday and that he saw the joint practice as his match for the week. He said that he thought the Cowboys had won the day because of their improvement throughout practice.

According to Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Prescott stated, “We became better.” “We moved forward. Things can get heated when you travel and play in someone else’s practice space. However, when you disregard it and focus on the Xs, Os, and execution. We moved forward.

Prescott received more reps on Thursday than he would have on Saturday, and the strategy will probably not change the following week. Prescott and the offense will get another chance to improve without playing in a game when the Cowboys and Chargers practice together.

Advertisement

The original version of this article, written by Dak Prescott, appeared on Pro Football Talk.