PFT on NBCSN: Texans/Cowboys training camp updates


It’s Thursday in Texas for Pro Football Talk on NBCSN.

Our series of training camp updates will take us to Houston and Dallas when we check in with the Texans and Cowboys. For the second straight year, the Cowboys are trying to improve on an 8-8 record and they are doing so against the usual backdrop of coaching hot seats, questions about Tony Romo and doubts about the defense.

Houston is coming off a more successful season, but they are facing some questions about whether they can put things together in a way that allows them to advance beyond the second round of the playoffs. Quarterback Matt Schaub’s been in the spotlight on that front and our crew will talk about him and the rest of the Texans during the hour.

Tony Dungy and Rodney Harrison will also be checking in with a look at a Texans player who carries much less uncertainty about his elite status. Defensive end J.J. Watt, coming off a magnificent season, will be the subject of their conversation.

It all gets rolling at 5 p.m. ET on NBCSN.

2 responses to “PFT on NBCSN: Texans/Cowboys training camp updates

  1. “Cowboy Fans” have NO QUESTIONS about Romo given that 52% of Romo’s starts have a 100 or higher QB Rating second only to A Rodgers of GBP!

    Cowboys fans question the “collapsing then quitting Defense” that only got 16 turnovers versus 44 in Chicago!

    Cowboys fans question the failed rushing attack in Short Yardage & Redzone with just 8 RUSHING TD’s!

    Neither the Defense or Rushing attack can “Protect a Lead” and both are liabilities in the 4th Qtr and late in the season!

    7.4 penalties per game versus ATL 3.3 show that there is little or no discipline on the Cowboys especially late in games!

    Romo’s win % with a 100 qb rating is .77% versus M Ryan’s .97% because of all of the above! Bad Defense, No Rushing Game to keep Defense Honest and Penalties!

    Romo has a terrible roster and front office! But Romo is not the problem!

    Writers that go to Romo for sensationalism depict a desperation for clicks and a lack of depth, substance and talent! Hope that’s not you! Is it?

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