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Sherrington: Why is it they’re struggling so much against the run?

Machota: Sean Lee would be where I start. I think you’re a different defense with Sean Lee out there. With that being said, I really didn’t feel this defense was going to be any better than it was the last couple years – it’s still going to be a team that has to win with its offense. Really in the NFL nowadays there really isn’t a dominant team. You don’t have to be this complete team on both sides of the ball. But these last two games are games they won last year. When the offense played the way they did against the Rams and against the Packers, those had games they’d closed out but couldn’t get the stop late. Yeah Sean Lee being out is a big part of it but you have guys in there that you think can get the job done but that just isn’t the strong part of their team. Fans get annoyed because they can’t make these key stops but we haven’t seen them make these key stops over the last three or four years. I don’t see that changing any time soon. They’ve invested in the defense early in the draft but they have to do that multiple drafts to get to where the defense is the strength of the team and I don’t see that happening in the next year or two.

Sherrington: So Sean Lee will get back and of course two weeks ago Anthony Hitchens was back against the Packers and he had one really good moment… Is any (linebacker) help going to have to come from within?

Machota: The best thing that could happen is they get Sean Lee back and for Sean Lee to be healthy. If he’s out there and healthy … this isn’t really your traditional defense where you have three linebackers on the field at all times. You’re basically playing two. If Lee’s out there all the time, then really you have to worry about one other spot, that being the middle spot with Anthony Hitchens and Jaylon Smith. I think if you have all three of those guys playing, I think they’re going to be pretty strong at linebacker because Jaylon Smith playing 60 plays, that’s just not the right thing to do right now. They had to do it because they were thin at the position, with Sean Lee being out. Your best bet with Jaylon Smith right now is playing 25-30 plays and that’s what it looks like it’ll be with Anthony Hitchens back. That being said, Anthony Hitchens was dealing with an injury to start the season.

The hamstring injuries, as we all know from following the Cowboys, how common those things are and how they can flare up and get work. So there’s no guarantee that those guys are going to all be out there, but you’re greatest hope at linebacker would be that all three of them can stay healthy enough to stay on the field and if they do I think they’ll be fine there. That’s asking a lot because of the injuries in the past, and that’s why I think you would kick the tires on a Navarro Bowman if they were given the opportunity. Obviously he stayed in the Bay Area by signing the one year deal with Oakland, but that’s why you kick the tires on that if given the opportunity. You really do need another linebacker in there that you can count on. Now the next guy up would be Damien Wilson, but I don’t think Damien Wilson right now is at the same level as Navarro Bowman, so if you can upgrade it you try, but really they need those three guys to stay healthy.

Sherrington: The problem for Jaylon Smith is even if you cut his snaps down, and you’re right 60 was ridiculous, to get it down to 25 or 30, the point is it’s not so much that he’s being exposed because he’s worn out. He just doesn’t have the speed at this point to cover running backs coming out of the backfield. You watch his straight ahead stuff he’s pretty good, but when he has to go side-to-side, that’s where he really struggles. To me if he’s playing 25 plays or if he’s playing 10 plays or 15 plays, he’s still going to get in trouble in those kinds of situations. An opponent is going to look at that and they’re going to see him out there and they’re going to make him the focal point, I think, of what they use to try and beat the Cowboys.

I think that’s the big problem here, is that Jaylon Smith got rushed back, and by the Cowboys who were trying to trumpet this as oh my gosh, he’s just going to be an unbelievable player and we said all along that was unfair to him to say that and have those expectations. And now we’re seeing it’s not just about it being bad public relations, it’s just a bad job of planning. If you didn’t have the faith in Damien Wilson to come in and be the guy who’d fill in if Jaylon couldn’t make it, if you really believed all that and you didn’t think Damien Wilson was good enough, well then shame on you.

Machota: I think they also did it to build some confidence in Jaylon Smith. To get him out there and maybe the more he played, the more comfortable he’d get …

With that said, I think you can do that at 30 snaps. I don’t think you need to be giving him 60. I think that was too much, it put him in a bad spot, but I think it’s interesting also with what happened to Aaron Rodgers recently and the way the Packers have handled compared to the way the Cowboys handled it. It’s interesting, you mention Jaylon Smith and how it’s a disservice to him that they wanted to bring him back and they talked up of what kind of player he’s going to be when he comes back, and just the way the Packers have handled everything with Aaron Rodgers makes me think about that a lot. Because he has this collarbone injury, he’s going to have surgery on it. The same thing as Tony Romo.

Well when that happened to Tony Romo, what was Jerry Jones doing? He was going on the radio talking about we could have Tony back in six to eight weeks. Look at the way the Packers handled it. They’re already saying that yeah he’s probably done for the season. If Jerry Jones was the owner of the Packers right now, do you believe that he would be sitting there and saying yeah we’re without Rodgers for the rest of the season, so we’ve got this Hundley kid and this is our guy. No, Jerry Jones would be doing his radio show up in Green Bay about Rodgers isn’t done, the bone heals in six weeks and he could be back in eight and that’s just the difference between the Cowboys and other teams. Now I do believe you should get Jaylon Smith out there because I do think getting on the field builds confidence, especially being away from the game for a year with that injury. I just don’t think he ever should have been on the field for 60 plus plays.

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The Cowboys remain one of six NFL teams who haven’t had a player protest by kneeling, sitting or raising a fist during the pre-game anthem. Only the Cowboys, Cardinals, Bears, Vikings, Bengals and Jets haven’t had a player protest during the anthem.

Though Dallas had its bye week Sunday, the protests around the league continued in Week 6.

Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch sat during the anthem, Giants defensive end Olivier Vernon kneeled and three Miami Dolphins waited to jog on the field until after the anthem. Wide receiver Kenny Stills, safety Michael Thomas and tight end Julius Thomas had taken a knee in protest during the anthem in recent games. This week, Dolphins coach Adam Gase asked players to remain in the locker room or tunnel if they were not going to stand for the anthem. All other Miami and Atlanta players stood during the anthem.

And the most widespread protest of the week? That came from the Cowboys’ next opponent, the San Francisco 49ers.

A half-dozen San Francisco players knelt during the national anthem before the team’s game at Washington — a week after about a dozen 49ers took a knee and Vice President Mike Pence left the stadium.

Safety Eric Reid, who labeled Pence’s exit a “PR stunt,” was among the six active 49ers who knelt on their sideline. They were joined by linebacker Dekoda Watson, who was inactive and not in uniform.

The 49ers have been among the most visible protesters in the NFL, which has found itself in a back-and-forth with President Donald Trump about standing during “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Last year, then-49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick started the movement to kneel or sit during the anthem as a way of protesting racial inequality and police brutality.

The Cowboys haven’t had a player protest during the anthem, though defensive linemen Damontre Moore and David Irving have raised fists at its conclusion. Even so, Dallas became the center of the controversy last week when owner Jerry Jones said following the Packers game that any player “disrespectful to the flag” won’t be allowed to play.

Jones doubled down on his hardline stance Tuesday during his radio show on KRLD-FM (105.3 The Fan).

“If you do not honor and stand for the flag in the way that a lot of our fans feel that you should then you won’t play,” Jones said. “That’s nothing new as far as that being my wish or want [for] the Cowboys.”

“I don’t want there to be any misunderstanding as to where I want the personnel for the Cowboys to be when we’re at the No. 1 workplace we have, which is the field and the sideline on game day,” Jones said. “I want to do everybody a service, as I should in leading the team, and let’s be really clear about what our expectations are.”

The Cowboys were largely silent after a players’ meeting with Jones on Wednesday. Irving said it was a “private meeting we had, we can’t really speak on it.” The defensive lineman also said the meeting answered some questions while raising others.

Cornerback Orlando Scandrick,  a team captain, walked out of the locker room while listening to the song “FDT [Expletive] Donald Trump.” He said he was “listening to my music,” and that he likes the artists, before offering seven “no comment” to questions about the meeting.

As the conversation turned to Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Scandrick said, “We’re allowed to support this.”

Jones became the first NFL owner to declare that he would bench players who are “disrespectful to the flag” during the anthem after Sunday’s loss to the Green Bay Packers. The Cowboys had met before the Week 3 game at Arizona and decided to kneel, along with Jones, as a show of unity before the anthem, then stood during the anthem and while the flag was displayed.

That came when every NFL team demonstrated in some fashion after President Donald Trump called for players who protest during the anthem to be fired. The NFL has not enforced discipline on the many players who have protested during the last year.
Jones doubled down on his hardline stance Tuesday during his radio show on KRLD-FM (105.3 The Fan).

“If you do not honor and stand for the flag in the way that a lot of our fans feel that you should then you won’t play,” Jones said. “That’s nothing new as far as that being my wish or want [for] the Cowboys.”

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Two days after hauling in a team-high seven receptions and a touchdown, Carolina Panthers wide receiver Devin Funchess was held out of Tuesday’s practice with a knee injury. Funchess was also a non-participant on Monday, reportedly walking around the locker room with ice on his knees.

Carolina, which hosts the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday night, is already playing without tight end Greg Olsen. Funchess has caught 14 passes for 123 yards and three touchdowns in the past two weeks and leads all Panthers wide receivers with 24 receptions on the season, second to only running back Christian McCaffrey (27) on the team.

Speaking to reporters Tuesday, Panthers coach Ron Rivera did not seem concerned about Funchess’ status for Thursday.

Rivera also said he anticipates cornerbacks James Bradberry (calf) and Daryl Worley (ankle) will play despite not practicing.

Offensive lineman Ryan Kalil (neck) still has not fully returned to practice but is working with trainers on the side.

In other Panthers injury news, offensive tackle Matt Kalil (ankle), defensive end Julius Peppers (shoulder), quarterback Cam Newton (right shoulder) and running back Jonathan Stewart (ankle).

Here are other injuries we’re tracking Tuesday:

1. Giants wide receiver Brandon Marshall (ankle) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday and will miss the remainder of the season. The 12-year veteran had 18 receptions in his first year with the Giants.

Teammate Odell Beckham underwent surgery to repair a broken ankle sustained in Sunday’s loss to the Chargers.

2. Patriots quarterback Tom Brady did not practice Tuesday after suffering an AC joint sprain in his non-throwing shoulder, a source informed NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. Brady, who has played through the injury in the past, has said he’ll play Sunday versus the New York Jets. Brady was sacked three times last Thursday by Tampa Bay and took several other hits in the Patriots’ win.

3. Eagles defensive tackle Fletcher Cox (calf) was a full participant Tuesday. Cox has missed the past two games. Cox told reporters he was not sure yet if he would play Thursday against the Panthers.

4. Bears linebacker John Timu, carted off Monday night against the Vikings, has been diagnosed with a high ankle sprain and will be out 2 to 4 weeks, Rapoport reported.

5. An MRI revealed no new injury for Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford (knee), who could miss Sunday’s game versus the Packers. Minnesota trainer Eric Sugarman said Bradford has wear and tear on his knee joint related to his two previous surgeries.

Sugarman also said quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (knee) will be re-evaluated Monday. Bridgewater, who’s been out since the 2016 offseason, is eligible to come off the physically unable to perform list next week.

6. In non injury news, the San Franciso 49ers added depth to their secondary by signing veteran cornerback Leon Hall. In order to make room on the roster, the team placed cornerback Asa Jackson on injured reserve.

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The Atlanta Falcons had a bye week here in Week 5, and it was a much-needed rest for the team after they lost to the Buffalo Bills last week. The week off gave them the opportunity to not only relax physically, but mentally too. The team will face the Miami Dolphins next week at home.

The Falcons have, obviously, been very good this year, while the Dolphins have struggled mightily on offense. Jay Cutler has been so bad, that his poor play is now affecting his running back, Jay Ajayi.   Defenses are essentially stacking the box to protect against the run, and forcing Cutler to throw. It is a rather simple game plan that will also be utilized by the Falcons next week. The Falcons defense is arguably one of the best ten defenses in the league, so they should have little issue containing Ajayi.

The Falcons offense has been one of the best this season, so there is no reason to believe that the Falcons will struggle against a pretty average Miami defense. There is just no way that they will be able to keep up with Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman. Julio Jones should be healthy for the game this week, so there is every reason to believe that he will be a major factor in the passing game. He especially benefitted from the week off.

After the meeting with the Dolphins, the Falcons will head north for a Super Bowl rematch with the New England Patriots in primetime. This game will surely be exciting, and much anticipated across the country. The Patriots have struggled this season, so the Falcons could be poised to win their next two games. The Falcons needed rest this week, and they luckily got some. This bye week off could propel the Falcons towards victory for the rest of the season.

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy is fed up with fans who hide behind social media to criticize him and his teammates. So McCoy had a message for them Monday: Say it to my face.

Frustrated by what he saw online after the Buccaneers lost 34-17 to the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, McCoy discussed the matter with reporters on Monday.

“These social media tough guys, I would love to meet them. Just being honest. I probably wouldn’t have said this last year, but I’m saying it now: I would love to meet you. I work at One Buccaneer Place if you would like to talk to me. I’m not going to give you my home address, but I’ll meet you up here anytime you want to talk about it.”

“There’s a bunch of people out there that say a lot of terrible things that I know they wouldn’t say to our face,” he told reporters. “These social media tough guys, I would love to meet them. Just being honest. I probably wouldn’t have said this last year, but I’m saying it now: I would love to meet you. I work at One Buccaneer Place if you would like to talk to me. I’m not going to give you my home address, but I’ll meet you up here anytime you want to talk about it.”

He said the comments made about his teammates bother him more than the ones directed at him.

“I can deal with me,” he said. “I get very frustrated when you talk bad about people I care about, which is my teammates.”

McCoy made it clear he wasn’t making a threat, saying he would “never put my hands on anybody.” He said Monday that he tries to stay off social media because the negative comments he sees stick with him.

“I get so frustrated with it. It’s not a threat to anybody. [But] the disrespect has to stop,” he said. “If you’re frustrated, that’s fine, but disrespecting us, then you’re crossing the line. It’s no longer football. Now you’re disrespecting us as men. If we disrespected them as a man, they wouldn’t like it.

“You calling out my name over a football game? A football game? You serious? It’s one game. One. We have 14 more! One game, and you’re going to disrespect us like that?”

The Buccaneers (1-1) will host the New York Giants (0-3) on Sunday.

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RENTON, Wash. — Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman took issue Wednesday with the NFL’s injury reports, saying their purpose is to better inform gamblers on how to bet games.

“From what I understand, the rule is for the gamblers, for Vegas, to make sure that the odds and everything are what they’re supposed to be, which is apparently what the league is concerned about when talking about injuries and things like that,” Sherman said. “So maybe somebody should look into that, because I thought we weren’t a gambling league and we were against all those things. But our injury report is specifically to make sure the gamblers get their odds right.”

An NFL spokesperson responded to Sherman’s comments on Wednesday, telling The Seattle Times:

“The decades-old policy is in place to ensure that all clubs provide accurate and timely information to other clubs, the public and media about every player’s availability. It is designed for competitive fairness purposes and curtails the potential for someone to attempt to gain and exploit inside information.

“Without such a policy, you could envision a potential scenario in which a teammate or team personnel could be approached by a third party to sell inside information about a player’s undisclosed injury that could sideline or inhibit his performance. The policy, which is closely monitored by the league, provides a transparent look at player availability.”

NFL teams are required to submit injury reports on the Wednesday, Thursday and Friday ahead of Sunday games.

The league’s injury report policy states: “All players who have significant or noteworthy injuries must be listed on the Practice Report, even if the player takes all the reps in practice, and even if the team is certain that he will play in the upcoming game.” Teams are required to list the degree to which injured players took part in practice as: did not participate; limited participation; or full participation.

The issue was raised Wednesday after Sherman stumbled while walking up a short flight of steps toward the podium for his weekly news conference.

“Injury report,” Sherman said jokingly. “Gotta call the league, make sure they know.”

The Seahawks got into some hot water with the NFL after coach Pete Carroll revealed publicly at the end of last season that Sherman had played through a knee injury in the second half of the season. Sherman, who didn’t miss a game during the 2016 campaign, had been on the team’s injury report regularly during the season, but his knee was never listed as the reason. The NFL looked into the matter but decided not to discipline the Seahawks.

Sherman was on the Seahawks’ injury report before both of the team’s first two games this season, including last week, because of a hamstring injury. He didn’t practice Wednesday and Thursday of last week.

Asked about that after Seattle’s win over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, Sherman downplayed the severity of the injury and said, “Now we’ve just got to mention everything, make sure the league is — they want to be aware of things. I think I’ve got a hangnail, so we’re going to put that in the injury report next week. Yeah. We don’t want to miss nothing.”

Sherman said Wednesday he doesn’t pay attention to NFL betting lines but that he’s certain they’re affected by injury reports.

“I think somebody said we were heavy favorites last week,” he said, referring to the Seahawks being favored by two touchdowns against the 49ers in their home opener, which Seattle won 12-9. “So I’m sure people were disappointed by that.”

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HOUSTON — The agent of Texans quarterback Tom Savage blasted the team on Wednesday for benching Savage in Sunday’s season-opening loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars.

“I’m still trying to figure this out … 31 plays and you’re getting benched?” Savage’s agent, Neil Schwartz, said in an interview with NBC Sports. “It makes no sense.”

After Savage and the offense struggled in the first half, Texans coach Bill O’Brien opted to go with rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson to open the third quarter. Neither quarterback played well: Savage was 7-for-13 for 62 yards; Watson was 12-of-23 for 102 yards, with a touchdown and an interception.

“I watched all 31 plays, because that was the extent of what Tom saw in the first half,” Schwartz said. “And I can’t figure out why he’s benching Tom. I went through every single play, and I even went one step further. I asked two different NFL personnel people [or] coaches on two separate teams to evaluate and break down the film to see if I was missing something.

“He went 7-for-13 … 12 of the 13 balls touched the receiver’s hands. The only ball that didn’t was the strip-sack fumble that they called incomplete [upon replay]. Seven were completions, five were drops.”

According to ESPN Stats & Info, although 12 of Savage’s 13 pass attempts did in fact touch a receiver’s hands, Texans receivers had only one drop, because some of those passes were broken up by Jaguars defenders or hits.

The Texans’ offensive line didn’t give either quarterback much time to throw on Sunday, allowing a team-record 10 sacks, six of which came in the first half.

Schwartz also said he had an issue with hearing people say Savage held onto the ball for too long.

“He didn’t hold the ball too long,” Savage said. “Every play except for the one that was third-and-12 [and] he got sacked was [released in] less than three seconds.”

On Tuesday, Savage said being benched was frustrating — “No one wants to be benched,” he explained — but that if he gets the chance to play again, there’s not much he wants to do differently.

“I want to go out there and play like I did and compete — throw the ball to the playmakers and give them a chance,” Savage said. “And that’s it.”

Schwartz said he spoke to Savage about discussing the matter with the media, and he said Savage “was OK with it and comfortable.”

“Someone had to defend Tom,” Schwartz said, “and I didn’t feel the coaching staff defended Tom or defended his performance.”