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It was good to see the Rams adapt that.”
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The Monday morning links."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Dallas Cowboys NewsDallas Cowboys NewsCowboys news: How do the rookies fit in with the Dallas Cowboys?New Taco Charlton Jersey ,124commentsThe Monday morning links.CDTShareTweetShareShareCowboys news: How do the rookies fit in with the Dallas Cowboys?Justin Ford-USA TODAY SportsFilm room: Reviewing all 8 of the Dallas Cowboys’ 2019 draft picks - John Owning, SportsDayThe 2019 NFL Draft has come and gone and Owning is breaking down what each draft pick will add to the Dallas Cowboys.Dallas Cowboys: Where does rookie Connor McGovern fit in? - Nathan Jones, The Landry HatHow does Connor McGovern fit in with the Cowboys?Cowboys feel like they got a steal in Jalen Jelks in the seventh - Matt Prehm, Duck TerritoryDid the Cowboys get a steal in the last round of the draft? Maybe so.‘Everything happens for a reason’: Cowboys select former Ezekiel Elliott teammate, RB Mike Weber in 7th round -Jon Machota, SportsDayThe Cowboys wanted to add a running back behind Zeke, and they did just that. One of the two backs that Dallas selected on Saturday played with Elliott at Ohio State: Mike Weber.Dallas Cowboys: 5 things to know about 2019 draft pick Tony Pollard - Evan Barnes, Tennessee Commercial AppealThe other back that the Cowboys added in the draft is Tony Pollard from Memphis. Barnes writes five things to know about the versatile playmaker.Spagnola: Unlocking The Key To Dak Friendly - Mickey Spagnola, The MothershipSpagnola writes on unlocking the key to ‘Dak Friendly’.Cowboys add more talent to impressive list of 2019 UDFA’s - Patrik Walker Womens Demarcus Lawrence Jersey , Cowboys247The Cowboys haul at UDFA is impressive.NFL Free Agents Who Can Fill Holes That Still Remain After the Draft - Marcus Mosher, Bleacher ReportThe draft may be over, but there is still some talent on the free agent market. Jay Ajayi to Dallas? Step aside, Hercules, there’s a new ‘boy wonder’ in town.When the Los Angeles Rams took care of business Saturday against the Dallas Cowboys, they weren’t just setting franchise history.Sure, they became the first Rams team since 2001 to go to the NFC Championship聽and had two players go over 100 yards rushing in a single playoff game for the first time in franchise history, but they also聽set a league mark, too.With the victory Leighton Vander Esch Jersey White , 32-year-old Sean McVay became the youngest head coach in NFL history to win a playoff game and Colin Cowherd believes that was the true storyline that evolved during the trashing at the Coliseum.“That was about Sean McVay — a kid — out-coaching Jason Garrett,” Cowherd said on聽The Herd聽Monday. “This doesn’t happen in the NFL.”While McVay’s rapid success has taken the league by storm– with four of the eight聽vacant head coaching positions being filled with guys connected to the offensive guru– McVay deflects all the credit toward his players, and rightfully so.Entering Saturday, the Cowboys had allowed just three 100-yd rushers the entire season and just four 70-yd rushers. Both Todd Gurley (115) and CJ Anderson (123) eclipsed the century mark, and hit the 70 tally in the first half alone, for the Rams. The last time the Rams had two players go over 100 yards rushing in a single game was back in November 2001, when Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk and Trung Candidate did it. It had never been done in the playoffs.“It was old style football we haven’t seen all season,” Cris Carter said on聽Speak for Yourself. “It was good to see the Rams adapt that.”In combination with the potent rush attack that tallied 273 yards, Jared Goff and the pass game complimented perfectly.Despite not throwing a touchdown and聽recording his fourth-lowest passer rating of the year Dak Prescott Jersey White , Goff meticulously operated across the entire field without taking unnecessary risks against a Cowboys聽unit that was seventh in the league in total defense throughout the regular season. He was able to do so thanks to a standout performance by his offensive line, which only allowed one QB hit and no sacks.Defensively, the Rams did something no other team was able to accomplish throughout the season: stop All-Pro running back Ezekiel Elliott.The NFL’s leading rusher was held to just 47 yards on 20 attempts— less than half his season average.So now the Rams carry all the momentum on both sides of the ball into the Big Easy to take on the New Orleans Saints for a shot at their first Super Bowl appearance since 2001.It’s a showdown of the No. 2 and No. 3 scoring offenses (Rams- 32.9, Saints- 31.5), but two teams that relied on their defenses to propel them through the divisional rounds. Cumulatively, they gave up just 558 total yards of offense (279 each) over the weekend.The two will square off in NOLA Sunday at 12:05p. on FOX.