The New Orleans Saints beat the Dallas Cowboys 12-10 in Week 4 of the NFL’s regular season and some old college footage may have given them the edge.
Saints players told NFL Network‘s Steve Wyche that they studied college footage of Cowboys Offensive Coordinator, Kellen Moore when he was a quarterback at Boise State and they found many similarities between the hand signals Moore used then and now. Apparently, the discovery helped the Saints limit the Cowboys to just 10-points on offense.
“And they saw some of the hand gestures, and some of the things that (Moore) liked to do at Boise that he’s incorporated into the Cowboys’ offense,” Steve Wyche said. “And they were able to pick up some tendencies from that.”
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The Saints’ defense had an impressive performance against the Cowboys’ offense last week, and they studied Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore’s college playing days to do it. Saints players told Steve Wyche of NFL Network that they went back to Boise State tape from Moore’s years as the quarterback there to see what kinds of hand signals he used.