Sean McVay shares his thoughts on the Cowboys’ offense
Despite just about every critic labeling them as overrated, the Dallas Cowboys do have one thing going for them. Their offense is undeniably explosive. They rank first in yards per game and ninth in points per game.
That offense hasn’t exactly translated into the win column for Dallas, but it’s still notable. Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay certainly took note of the Cowboys offense, as he has to face them in week 15 action.
McVay had nothing but praise for the opposition, according to Cameron DaSilva of The Rams Wire. McVay first sang the praises of Cowboys’ wide receiver Amari Cooper.
“I think Amari Cooper’s having a great year. You look at just some of the improvements of their receivers as a whole – they’ve got three legitimate receivers. I think Dak’s making great decisions, they’ve always had a great O-line and Zeke’s résumé speaks for himself. Offensively, they’re a nightmare, they’re a real problem to deal with.” McVay said.
The third-year head coach went on to commend Dallas offensive coordinator Kellen Moore, who is calling plays for the first time.
“It’s been impressive. You look at his first year doing it, the success that they’ve had. I wish I had that kind of success that early, it was impressive. What he’s done, he’s done a good job putting the players in good spots. I think there’s a comfort level.” said the talkative coach.
The Rams will certainly have to be ready for the Cowboys if they want to keep their playoff hopes alive. Los Angeles desperately needs a win to remain in contention for a wild card spot.