Inside the Playbook: The Dallas Cowboys Running Game

Inside the Pylon is proud to introduce another new bit of content: Inside the Playbook. In this series, our writers will take to the tape to illustrate how different football concepts are executed, highlighting both prospective draft picks, brilliant design and great individual efforts.

The debut video from Ted Nguyen takes a look the Dallas Cowboys running game by breaking down the mechanics of the inside and outside zone, plus the various reads the running back faces in each design. Ted also discusses how rookie Ezekiel Elliott will fit into this scheme:

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One thought on “Inside the Playbook: The Dallas Cowboys Running Game

  1. Dallas switched to more man blocking when McFadden became the starter and they had released Joseph Randle. The general consensus is that they wanted Ezekiel Elliot so they could feature the zone scheme more (and also why they signed Alfred Morris).

    Great insight.

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