Posted Tuesday, Aug. 24, 2010
OXNARD, Calif. -- Although at some point, the Cowboys offense will need to show a pulse, there is little doubt in training camp that when the regular season begins, gaining yards will be even easier this year than last.
The Cowboys ranked second behind New Orleans in yards gained, but their difficulty in scoring has been well documented. With an average of 22.6 points a game, the Cowboys were only the 14th highest scoring team in the league.
Roy Williams is confident the Cowboys can take better advantage of scoring opportunities, and believes that with the addition of rookie receiver Dez Bryant, the Cowboys can potentially have one of the best receiving corps in NFL history.
"We could be like the '98 Vikings, if you want to compare," Williams said, "with Randy Moss, Cris Carter and Jake Reed with Robert Smith in the backfield, and just going out there and doing great things."