Linehan Not Expecting Any Major Adjustments to Offense

2015 was Scott Linehan's first official season as Cowboys offensive coordinator

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The Dallas Cowboys’ offense took a big step back from last year to this year, falling from 5th in the league in points scored to 31st, but offensive coordinator Scott Linehan isn’t expecting any big adjustments in response.

I don’t anticipate anything major [adjustment-wise],” Linehan said, per the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “Obviously, we’re working to improve in some areas we fell short, so we’ll do that here in the upcoming months. We really have to get ourselves back to where we really started and where we were in training camp.

“I think we have to start by everyone looking in the mirror and saying, ‘This is what we’ve got to do individually. Then collectively as a group, and then as a team.’ So it’s pretty cut and dry that way.”

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Of course, there’s no adjustment to the offense that can be made that can guarantee the health of Tony Romo and Dez Bryant, and their absence from the field hurt the Cowboys’ offense more than anything in 2015.

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