Offensive Coordinator Breakdown – Dallas Cowboys

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Each off-season the NFL landscape changes dramatically with every coaching change across the league.  This past season eight NFL head coaches were terminated, while an additional seven NFL teams made changes at offensive coordinator. How does that impact your Fantasy Football plays?

With 46 percent of the league changing offensive systems this off-season, I am going to breakdown each of these new play-callers, their tendencies and how it will impact each team this coming season, and how it will impact your Fantasy Football plays.

Dallas Cowboys Offensive Coordinator- Kellen Moore

Average Offensive Coordinator Production None (First Season)

Historical Team Rankings- None (First Season)

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The Dallas Cowboys relieved Scott Linehan of his duties after they lost to the Rams in the NFC Divisional Round. In-steps first-year offensive coordinator Kellen Moore, who was promoted after just one season as the Cowboys quarterback coach.

This offense should not change much, as Ezekiel Elliott is the straw that stirs the drink in Dallas. Although I would anticipate Moore being more creative in the passing game, further increasing the Cowboys pass attempts from the previous three-year totals. (527, 493, 483).

During his time as Chris Peterson’s quarterback for the Broncos, Moore ran a balanced offense similar to the one he will run in Dallas. In his final two years at Boise, the Broncos finished 12th and 5th in total yards, while producing the 6th and 2nd most points in the nation. The offensive production was exceptional during Moore’s final two seasons as the Broncos never finished outside the top-50 in both passing and rushing. The Broncos finished (10th, 5th) in passing yardage, (23rd, 43rd) in pass attempts while finishing (39th, 21st) in rushing yards, (50th, 45th) in rushing attempts.

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