Cowboys’ offense meets to address road issues

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FRISCO, Texas — Having converted on just 9-of-38 third-down opportunities in their first three road games, the Dallas Cowboys’ offense met Thursday to discuss their issues away from home before Sunday’s game at the Washington Redskins.

“We addressed the elephant in the room as an offense,” quarterback Dak Prescott said. “I think it was great. It was a great meeting. We had the whole offense in there and just talking among the coaches and players about the thing maybe we need to do better on the road, just communication. I know we’ll take a lot from that conversation and our communication will be better. We had a great day of practice and yesterday and just got to carry it over to Sunday.”



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