By Barry Horn / Reporter
9:32 pm on November 2, 2012
Through the Cowboys’ 3-4 start, Ogletree has 21 catches for 248 yards and two touchdowns. At the same point last year, Robinson had 27 receptions for 441 yards and four touchdowns. That’s not a huge disparity, but there have been disturbing trends.
After a sterling start in which he caught eight passes for 114 yards and two touchdowns in the season-opening victory over the Giants, Ogletree has caught seven passes in the last four games for 51 yards and no touchdowns.
Now Ogletree may hobble into Sunday night’s game at the Atlanta Falcons with a sore right hamstring problem that kept him out of practice on Wednesday and Thursday, while limiting his participation on Friday. It should be noted that Bryant, who has an aching back, mirrored Ogletree’s practice regimen this week. Both are expected to play inside the Georgia Dome.
“Production for me is wins,” Ogletree said. “I can come out of a game with no catches, knowing the type of guys we have on our team, we can win. We can win if I don’t have any catches. I’ll never complain about opportunities or production. The first game was great. It was great because we won.”
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