The Cowboys are no longer playing, at least not this season, but that doesn't mean the team has been idle.
In a recent interview with the Star Telegram offensive coordinator Scott Linehan revealed that although there may be minor tweaks to the offense they don't expect any drastic changes. It may not be what Cowboys fans want to hear, however something as simple as being healthy next season could be a drastic change in and of itself.
“I don’t anticipate anything major [adjustment-wise],” Linehan said. “Obviously, we’re working to improve in some areas we fell short, so we’ll do that here in the upcoming months. We really have to get ourselves back to where we really started and where we were in training camp.
“I think we have to start by everyone looking in the mirror and saying, ‘This is what we’ve got to do individually. Then collectively as a group, and then as a team.’ So it’s pretty cut and dry that way.”
It's good to see that Linehan is putting focus on individual players, it's no secret that while the Cowboys did struggle with injuries, the team had performance issues last season, and perhaps this new focus will point them in the right direction.