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11 months agoThe Dallas Cowboys passing attack remains a work in progress seven padded practices into training camp without Dez Bryant and Jason Witten, according to offensive coordinator Scott Linehan. Quarterback Dak Prescott has looked like a veteran at times but has also made poor decisions. But his accuracy has slightly improved in seven-on-seven drills this summer, completing 67 of 93 passes. Overall, the offense has struggled to move the ball downfield, and Prescott had nine straight incompletions at one point. “Still trying to gain chemistry,” Prescott said. “It’s going to come.” Prescott has had the most time with wide receiver Cole Beasley, and their connection has been the strongest of the group. Prescott had the security blankets of Bryant and Witten in years past, but he won't have that to go to in 2018. He can make plays with his legs for fantasy owners, but the lack of talent for him to throw to is a real question mark for his fantasy production overall.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBaller
Source: ESPN Dallas - Todd Archer

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