Links: Dallas offense better than expected?

July, 16, 2013
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Dallas Cowboys

Jonathan Bales, founder of The DC Times, who also writes for DallasCowboys.com and the New York Times, breaks down why the Cowboys’ offense might be better than expected in 2013.

Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com weighs in with some random thoughts on the Cowboys before training camp opens.

The Dallas Morning News uses a slideshow to break down 10 things the Cowboys must do to reach the Super Bowl.

Jason Witten, reflecting on his record-setting season last fall, says his proudest moment from last season was suiting up for the season opener against the Giants when most people thought it would be impossible, just a few weeks after the tight end lacerated his spleen in the preseason opener.

New York Giants

Ohm Youngmisuk of ESPNNewYork.com starts his position-by-position look at the Giants with a breakdown of the quarterbacks entering training camp.

Michael Eisen of the team's website says it's unclear who will be the running back on third downs this season.

Philadelphia Eagles

Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer wonders if new coach Chip Kelly's April quote that "repetitive accuracy" is "the No. 1 quality" the Eagles are seeking in a quarterback is bad news for Michael Vick.

Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News reveals why the Eagles have not signed first-round draft pick Lane Johnson.

Chris McPherson of the team's website continues his series analyzing the questions each position group must answer before the start of the regular season, with a look at the defensive ends.

Washington Redskins

John Keim of the Washington Post continues his position-by-position look at the Redskins’ roster entering training camp with a breakdown of the safeties.

Pete O'Brien of USA Today Sports says in his offseason report that the return of Brian Orakpo raises hopes for the Redskins this season.

The intrigue over the state of Robert Griffin III’s knee is growing as training camp nears. WTEM 980-AM in Washington reported over the weekend that the team’s medical people are “astonished” at how he “completely smashes” every test they give him. David Steele of the Sporting News has the story.

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