With the Cowboys set to face Saints backup quarterback Teddy Bridgewater Sunday, Dallas' pass rushers know their approach will change compared to their previous matchups against the injured Drew Brees.
"We've still got to get to him and disrupt, get him off his spot," Cowboys defensive end Robert Quinn said. "We know he's a little more mobile, but as a front four, we can't allow us to get us down."
Quinn and the Cowboys pass rush could have a tough time getting to Bridgewater, as the Saints did not allow a single sack in their last game against the Seahawks.
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Meanwhile, New Orleans head coach Sean Payton said Brees would be back on the sidelines to work with Bridgewater during the game Sunday -- something he was unable to do last weekend as he recovered from thumb surgery.