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10 takeaways from the Dallas Cowboys first preseason game in San Francisco

What we learned from the Cowboys preseason game.

It happened. The Dallas Cowboys played a football game, and it was beautiful.

The San Francisco 49ers edged out a win late, but as we all know scores and records don’t matter in the preseason. What’s important is what we saw from the team, and that’s what we’re here to discuss.

We learned a lot about the Cowboys from tonight’s game. Here are 10 takeaways.

Michael Gallup looks very promising off of a very small sample size

If your first catch ever (even in preseason) is for a touchdown, you’ve got to be doing something right. Such was the case for Michael Gallup who caught a 30-yard pass from Dak Prescott for the first score of the evening.

Gallup looked great on the opening drive and he would have had another big gain later on if Cooper Rush (we’ll get there) didn’t sail it over his head. The hype is justified for now.

The first-team offense looked great as a whole

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