By Todd Archer
SAN DIEGO – The final observation post of training camp from California is upon us, and the last practice was not a thing of beauty for the Cowboys offense.
A lot of mistakes up front and on the outside in the near two-hour session, and since I was with the offense during the workout I won’t have any defensive observations.
On to the observations:
** WR Kevin Ogletree
came up with a Laurent Robinson
-like touchdown in red-zone drills, getting himself free after Tony Romo
scrambled to his right. Ogletree did a nice job of finding a soft spot in the Chargers defense to give Romo an angle for the throw.
** The offensive line struggled in picking up some blitzes from the Chargers. San Diego had four sacks of QB Kyle Orton
and three on Romo. LT Tyron Smith
gave up a sack of Romo to Kendall Reyes
on fourth down after he had Reyes on the ground. Romo was forced to hold onto the ball too long. Two snaps later, Smith was beaten by Larry English
for a sack.
** Orton had three touchdown passes in red-zone drills, hitting Danny Coale
underneath, Raymond Radway
on a back-shoulder throw and TE James Hanna
at the goal line.
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