Chargers' pass rushers look to capitalize on the Cowboys' missing pieces

Chargers' pass rushers look to capitalize on the Cowboys' missing pieces

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If an accomplished and experienced left tackle is a security blanket for an NFL quarterback, then Dak Prescott has been shivering in the cold for two weeks, the loss of four-time All-Pro Tyron Smith exposing the Dallas Cowboys play-caller to the ravages of pass-rushers.

In the first eight games this season with Smith, Prescott was sacked 10 times. In the last two games without Smith, who was sidelined by chronic back problems and a groin injury, Prescott was sacked 12 times.

The 6-foot-5, 290-pound Smith, a former USC standout who was a first-round pick in 2011, was limited in practice Monday and Tuesday. He told reporters he expects to play against the Chargers…



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