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Kellen Moore has already made a major departure from his predecessor." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteBlogging The BoysBlogging The Boys Cheap Joe Looney Youth Jersey , a Dallas Cowboys fan communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsLibraryCowboysOddsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Dallas Cowboys NewsFiled under:Dallas Cowboys GeneralA diverse set of personnel groupings would be a drastic change for the Cowboys offenseNew,73commentsKellen Moore has already made a major departure from his predecessor.CDTShareTweetShareShareA diverse set of personnel groupings would be a drastic change for the Cowboys offenseJerome Miron-USA TODAY SportsYes, we’ve got at least one Moore article talking about this new offense. Excitement has been reaching a fever pitch for Kellen Moore after some of the reports about his offense in OTA’s. The biggest reason for that is the personnel groupings that Moore seems to be using, most notably his preference for a spread out 10 personnel in the red zone and a high use of 21 personnel to take advantage of dynamic fullback Jamize Olawale. Moore has stated many times already that he wants his offense to be multiple, which lines up with our earlier projection of his offense functioning similarly to Boise State’s, so the personnel groupings might not necessarily mean anything aside from being some new window dressing for opposing defenses. However, that might be the cure for an offense that’s been way too predictable in recent years. And for the Cowboys, a heavy dose of diverse personnel groupings would be a drastic departure from the way this unit operated under Scott Linehan. Under him, the Cowboys’ personnel groupings were unsurprisingly bland and uniform. Using sharpfootballstats.com, which tracks personnel group frequencies of every NFL team since the 2016 season, we can get an idea of just how one-note this offense has been in this aspect. In the 2018 season, the Cowboys ran 66% of their plays out of 11 personnel, which isn’t shocking considering that’s more or less the base formation for offenses these days. The league average for 11 personnel was 65% White Bob Lilly Jersey , so Dallas was actually close to being in the middle here. Of course, there are a few outliers here: the Rams ran 89% of their plays in 11 personnel, but their offense and personnel, complete with tons of pre-snap motion, are diverse enough to where the grouping has little to no impact on the plays they run; as well, the 49ers operate primarily out of 21 personnel, so their 11 personnel frequency was at a league-low 39%. But while Dallas was average in their use of 11 personnel, their heavy use of 12 personnel sets them apart. The decision to go heavy in this grouping seems odd given the uncertainty at the tight end position last year. Prior to the Amari Cooper trade, Dallas was top ten in the league in 12 personnel frequency at 17%. That shrunk to 14% after acquiring Cooper, which still tied them for sixth-highest among teams that ended up making the playoffs. Still, though, Dallas ran the ball on 65% of their 12 personnel plays. Between 11 and 12 personnel, the Cowboys offense saw a frequency of 81%. In other words Bob Lilly Jersey 2019 , they ran roughly four-fifths of all their plays out of two different personnel groupings. There were ten other personnel groupings the Cowboys used last year, across which they split a mere 219 plays. Of those ten groupings, only four of them saw more than 15 plays. The more obscure groupings, such as 20 or 0 personnel, saw a combined 2% usage between six groupings. The Cowboys used two tight-end-heavy groupings, 13 and 22 personnel, a combined 8% of plays; they ran it 73.5% of the time in these situations with only a 41% success rate. With Moore’s newfound focus on 10 and 21 personnel, let’s turn our attention to those numbers in 2018. Linehan called 10 personnel on 3% of plays, and threw the ball 57% of the time in 10 personnel, posting a dismal 12% success rate. Seeing slightly more usage, 21 personnel was called 7% of the time, though Linehan drew up run plays 64% of the time with a mediocre 49% success rate. Of course, this all works to confirm what many have said about Linehan’s offense for a while: everyone knew what was coming. When multiple tight ends or a fullback came on Amari Cooper Cowboys Jersey , it was likely a running play. When four wide receivers came out, it was more often a passing play. And defenses were able to disrupt those plays much easier because of it. When Moore talks about having a multiple offense, I have to assume that means using more than two personnel groupings at a high frequency. For example, the Falcons, Bears, Chargers, and Saints all had fairly even splits between 12 and 21 personnel, with both groupings having at least 10% frequency. Coincidentally, all four of these teams were in the top ten in points per game. While using a wide variance of personnel groupings isn’t the only way to field a successful offense, it certainly is one way. And it seems as if the refusal to become more multiple is part of what led to Linehan’s downfall. While the Cowboys might not be undergoing some massive philosophical change in their offense under Kellen Moore, just adjusting the frequency of personnel groupings will produce a unit that looks completely different. The rookie wideout has work to do, and plenty of opportunity to do it." Dallas Cowboys 2019 Preseason GamesCowboys @ Rams: Jon’Vea Johnson needs to redeem himself in HawaiiNew,35commentsThe rookie wideout has work to do https://www.thecowboyslockerroom.com/authentic-leighton-vander-esch-jersey , and plenty of opportunity to do it.CDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Cowboys @ Rams: Jon’Vea Johnson needs to redeem himself in HawaiiTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty ImagesThe Cowboys are certainly no stranger to undrafted players becoming stars for them, with Tony Romo and Miles Austin being just a couple who come to mind. As such, it’s not so much a question of if someone will make the final roster as an undrafted rookie, but who? Throughout much of OTA’s and training camp, wide receiver Jon’Vea Johnson of Toledo looked to a lead candidate. Everyone knows that the top three receivers - Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup, and Randall Cobb - are the starters, but after that it’s a bit of a free for all. Allen Hurns’ release last month only reasserted that notion. Johnson’s top end speed and smooth route running helped earn him praise heading into the Cowboys’ preseason opener in San Francisco. Due to that, Johnson saw plenty of opportunity in the game. Playing for a lengthy portion, he saw the most passes thrown his way of any player in the game on either team with eight. The problem? He only caught three passes. There were times in that game where he created separation and had the ball hit him in the hands, but he just couldn’t hold on to it. It’s possible that Johnson was rattled by the pressure of playing in his first NFL game (even if it was preseason), but he’ll need to prove to the coaches that he can overcome the dropsies if he wants to get his momentum back. The good thing for Johnson is that he’ll be given every opportunity to do just that. With Cooper still sitting out and Cobb likely to get plenty of rest again, Gallup could be the only starter to play against the Los Angeles Rams in Hawaii. Last week Dallas Cowboys Dorance Armstrong Jersey , Cedrick Wilson received a lot of attention but an injury might sideline him as well. So Johnson will likely be competing with Devin Smith, Tavon Austin, Jalen Guyton, and Reggie Davis for the lion’s share of targets. With Johnson’s natural athletic ability and route running skills, he’ll continue to create separation and get open, which is a great way to get the ball thrown to you often. It’s one of his biggest strengths, and something wide receivers coach Sanjay Lal values greatly. But if Johnson can’t catch the ball, then getting open doesn’t really mean much at the end of the day. Look for Johnson to see a lot of action on Saturday against the Rams, and if he can redeem himself and showcase soft, reliable hands then the undrafted rookie can take a big step towards making this team. If not, then he might find himself on the outside looking in.
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