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Six things we think we learned from the Cowboys’ thrashing of the Giants

His impact may not have been that much, but it was great to have Zeke on the field. | Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

The lessons are tentative after only one game. But we plunge ahead.

We anticipated this for six months. From the moment Kellen Moore was promoted to fill the newly-vacant offensive coordinator position back in February, there has been a group of observers who believed that Moore was the answer to the offensive woes that beset the Dallas Cowboys. There were skeptics, many focusing on Moore’s lack of experience. All during OTAs and training camp, there were signs, but we all knew that the truth would not be known until his offense went up against NFL defenses in the regular season.

Well, that time has finally come, and Moore looks like a resounding success (so far). It is just one game, of course, so this is a qualified response. But even with that caveat, this and several other lessons were learned in the gratifying 35-17 win over the New York Giants.

Kellen’s got it going on

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