Tony Pollard scored on two short touchdown runs and Dallas forced three turnovers and sacked Daniel Jones seven times in shutting down New York’s supposedly improved offense.
The Dallas Cowboys have their home opener this coming Sunday against the New York Jets and when they take the field, they will be sporting a special helmet sticker to honor one of their team legends.
ESPN’s Cowboys insider Todd Archer revealed the team will be rocking a helmet sticker to honor Hall of Fame executive Gil Brandt, who recently passed away. The sticker features the Cowboys’ star with the name “GIL” printed in the middle of it.
“The Cowboys will wear these stickers on their helmets Sunday against the New York Jets to honor Hall of Famer Gil Brandt, their former personnel chief who recently passed away.”
Brandt was inducted into the Cowboys Ring of Honor in 2018 and the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2019.
He was a top scout for the franchise from its inception in 1960 until the late-1980s.
The Cowboys are getting ready to face a New York Jets team that is still reeling from losing Aaron Rodgers for the entire season. They were able to pull off a Week One win against the Buffalo Bills who had Josh Allen completing more passes to the Jets than Rodgers could.
They will have to be damn near perfect if they want any chance of defeating the Cowboys at home.
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