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  1. FRISCO, Texas — For those counting at home — and also those counting in the offices of Cowboys headquarters at the Star — Kellen Moore called 28 run plays in Dallas’ season opener.

    ‘Ready to rock and roll’: Cowboys answer questions about Ezekiel...

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  2. Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore spoke to reporters about how he can beat accommodate all the weapons on the Cowboys' offense.

  3. Kellen Moore: Dak Can Still Make Plays With His Legs. Speaking to reporters on Friday, offensive coordinator Kellen Moore said the Cowboys need to be smart with using Dak Prescott as a runner, but it would be foolish of them to take away that element of his game entirely. Down arrow icon. Advertising.

  4. Kellen Moore: Cowboys QB Dak Prescott is no longer on a pitch count . It appears that Dak is all the way back. Just about every day this week there has been some Dallas Cowboys news.

  5. Sep 13, 2021 · Breaking down Kellen Moore's first 16 scripted plays and how his creative calls put the star-studded Bucs defense on skates for the game. Play Breakdowns of Cowboys first 2 drives show Kellen ...

  6. Jul 07, 2021 · Kellen Moore's Cowboys Offense: A Lose-Lose Situation? Is there a chance that no matter what the Dallas Cowboys do in 2021 that they lose Kellen Moore? – The Daily Blitz Podcast

  7. Sep 10, 2021 · To know Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore is to understand that he is a man of few words and he is not prone to hyperbole. So when Moore met with the Cowboys’ offense before the start of training camp and matter-of-factly stated his expectations for the season in his normal dry and monotone voice, no one batted an eye.

  8. Dec 28, 2020 · Kellen Moore has been a godsend for this Dallas Cowboys football team. Of course, that feeling hasn’t always been there as many of us fans took a long time to warm up to him.

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