Cowboys Offensive Line Needs to Bring ‘A’ Game

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As the Dallas Cowboys prepare for their wild card playoff against the Seattle Seahawks, they need their offensive line to bring its A-game. They’ll need the help of a former UT Longhorn to be at his best.

The Dallas Cowboys Offensive Line is an injury-riddled group of guys who: opened holes for Ezekiel Elliott leading to an NFL best 1,434 rushing yards and allowing Dak Prescott to be sacked 56.5 times.

The Cowboys need Group A on Saturday night. They need continued progress from rookie Connor Williams who has started 10 games this season and appears set to see his share of snaps again on Saturday.

While Williams, a former longhorn, is looking forward to playing the Seahawks, he’s also still basking in UT’s 28-21 Sugar Bowl win over the University of Georgia. “I’m very excited for them. It’s a big win for us.” Says Williams.

As for Seattle, Williams hopes he can help the Cowboys Offensive Line on Saturday night. In the first NFC Wild Card game, it’s Seattle at Dallas at 7:00 p.m.

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