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18:30  21 october  2019
18:30  21 october  2019 Source:   usatoday.com

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' We all had a good chuckle ': Cowboys ' 70 - year - old defensive coordinator got his message across vs . Eagles . But what the Cowboys ’ 70 - year - old defensive coordinator said in the defense ’ s first meeting to prepare for the Eagles this week didn’t strike those vague or cliché chords.

Outspoken Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence had a parting gift for Eagles head coach Doug Pederson, who The latter was on display against Philadelphia, when the Cowboys ’ top special-teamer nailed a 63-yard attempt — a new franchise record — that would have been good from 70 .

ARLINGTON, Texas — What Rod Marinelli meant was that his defense needed to play with more confidence and energy.

What Marinelli meant was that his blitzing backers needed to lower their pads better, bend their knees more effectively and “stop looking like deer in (headlights),” defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence explained.

But what the Cowboys’ 70-year-old defensive coordinator said in the defense’s first meeting to prepare for the Eagles this week didn’t strike those vague or cliché chords. Instead, Marinelli told the defense Wednesday: “We’re going to blitz with some swagger.”

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“He said that as soon as we got to our defensive meeting,” cornerback Jourdan Lewis, who blitzed for one of Dallas’ three sacks Sunday, told USA TODAY Sports. “It was pretty funny. We all had a good chuckle.”

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And in their 37-10 win Sunday night, the Cowboys (4-3) had the last laugh. Swagger was exactly what the defense embodied. They set the tone in the game’s first drive.

Only 1:42 had elapsed when Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz found tight end Dallas Goedert on an 8-yard dart up the middle. But as Goedert turned downfield, he was cornered by Cowboys linebackers Jaylon Smith and Leighton Vander Esch. Smith stripped Goedert on his way down. Defensive tackle Maliek Collins dove for the recovery. For the first time in seven weeks, the Cowboys offense began a drive in opponent territory. They scored on a 20-yard Tavon Austin run six plays later. They’d find the end zone again after Lawrence strip-sacked Wentz on the next drive.

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After scoring three points in the first half of the last three games combined, the Cowboys compiled more points in six minutes than they would allow the Eagles all night.

“On primetime, we went out there and got our asses kicked,” Goedert said. “So, that’s pretty embarrassing.”

Eagles coach Doug Pederson agreed.

Pederson had told a Philadelphia radio station Monday his team would win in Dallas to overtake the NFC East. Lawrence retorted Friday that Pederson should shut up, adding after the Cowboys’ win: “I told him to shut up, didn’t I? What do you think he’s doing now?” Pederson admitted after the loss that he was humbled. If it wasn’t the worst loss of his career, the Super Bowl-winning coach said, “it’s either one or two.”

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Cowboys defensive lineman Tyrone Crawford turned the question around. “Think about how you “ We ’ve just got to get better all the way around this whole team and play complementary football But Prescott’ s message to his teammates, which was that as long as they still control their playoff destiny

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Rather than enter their bye week on a four-game losing streak, the Cowboys’ first win in a month will help them move past poor performances against the Packers and Jets. A defense with uncharacteristically bad tackling in the three-game skid contained Eagles runners more effectively, allowed just three conversions on nine third-down attempts and recorded a season-high four takeaways. After each takeaway, quarterback Dak Prescott told himself: “We have to go turn these into points.”

And they did.

Coaches scripted Austin’s 20-yarder after the first fumble recovery. Running back Ezekiel Elliott soared over fullback Jamize Olawale’s block for a second post-recovery touchdown. When a snap bounced off Wentz’s chest in the fourth quarter, Cowboys defensive end Kerry Hyder recovered. Three plays later, Prescott faked a pass to Elliott then scrambled 8 yards into the endzone.

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“The defense was playing their butt off, making turnovers and giving us a chance on short fields,” said Prescott, whose 21st career rushing touchdown broke Roger Staubach’s franchise record. “Then it was our time to compliment them and tell them thank you by putting six points on the board. Being able to do that is just great complementary football from this team.”

The Cowboys' offense featured a balanced attack with 189 yards rushing and 239 passing. Elliott traversed 111 yards on the ground. Star receiver Amari Cooper had 106 by air.

“Man,” Cooper said after his five-catch day, “if I can ball out the same game that Zeke balls out, we’ll never lose.”

With 15 days until they face the Giants on Monday Night Football, they can first focus on their success in disproving Pederson’s assurance.

Lawrence insisted they would before the game. After Dallas moved into the division lead, Marinelli credited his defensive captain’s leadership and bold words.

“I’ve been around guys like that, (Warren) Sapp,” Marinelli told USA TODAY Sports. “That’s what they bring. The confidence. It’s not false chatter. It’s not elevator music. It’s inside of you.”

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Shurmur, a 52- year - old who has been around the game forever and already had been a head coach for two years with Cleveland, likely sees his complement in The Giants swayed Bettcher away from the Titans, who had interviewed him and extended him the same defensive - coordinator position.

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That’s what Marinelli said of Lawrence and the Cowboys, anyway.

What he meant: Against the Eagles, this team showed swagger.

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