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Will the Cowboy Back be Different in 2022? McEndoo Presents New Emphasis

July 17, 2022
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STILLWATER – There have been times where I have been very hard on the Cowboy backs. I think everybody looks at that multi-position, and that is what is, differently. I tend to be more blue collar and physical about my football, so I lament when I see a missed block that could either have sprung a back or receiver for a lot more yards or kept a quarterback on his feet to complete a play. That can be the difference in scoring or not.

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Will the Cowboy Back be Different in 2022? McEndoo Presents New Emphasis

1,944 Views | 2 Replies | Last: 1 yr ago by CaliforniaCowboy
CowboyKip
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RA, since Blake Jarwin graduated the problem with the CW stressing the D is that they know what type of play we were going to run based on the CW that lined up. Did a receiver line up or was it a blocker. The two thumpers that you talked about are blockers. Based on McEndoo's comments, only Green is a big receiving threat but also blocks well. If true, the D can't read the O based on him.
CaliforniaCowboy
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why in the world do we continue to call our FB/TE s, cowboyback?

it is FB or TE, it is not ever both.

We have the bowling ball guys we put in to block in the backfield (when our FBs use to be much, much more than that), and we have the TE type guys that we put in for blocking on the outside (when our TEs use to be much, much more than that).

I'm ready for us to toss this bad experiment and get back to traditional FBs and TEs.

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