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Cowboys' Cole Beasley on offense: 'Nobody's hitting the panic button'

Sporting News logo Sporting News 12/09/2018 Thomas Lott
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The Cowboys aren't worried about their offense. Not yet at least.

"We're still very positive and we know what we have in here," wide receiver Cole Beasley told reporters Wednesday, via the Dallas Morning News. "Nobody's hitting the panic button."

Dallas amassed 232 yards and one touchdown in a 16-8 Week 1 loss to the Panthers Sunday.

The Cowboys had more yards and points than just two teams in Week 1 (Arizona, Buffalo).

Beasley, though, said the team's problem can be broken down to just one thing.

"It was just one guy on any given play who didn't do their job and it was breaking everything down and making it look worse than it was," he said. "We still had plenty of opportunities to move the rock. We'll just clean those things up and get better."

Dallas faces the Giants at 8:20 p.m. ET Sunday on NBC.

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