• Cowboys' Brandon Carr in a stopper role

    Summary of 8 articles · Updated Oct 26, 2013
    “This one is more special,” Carr said. Against Johnson, however, Carr will have to be at his best. Garrett knows that. So does Carr. “Oh, it’s a big step. A lot of credit goes to Carr, who has play has improved with the more man coverage he has played. Brandon Carr has made his bones the last three games matching up nearly all of the time against Demaryius Thomas Pierre Garcon and DeSean Jackson None of them reached the end zone against the Cowboys, despite being their quarterback’s big-play receiver, go-to receiver or speed threat. “That’s what I think, because Brandon is playing lights out. Jason Garrett offers up the reason: “Because you don’t play man-to-man coverage every snap, so if you don’t play man-to-man coverage every snap and you play zone and you move guys around, it’s a great indicator to you as an offensive player that they’re playing man,” Garrett said.
    • Carr on Megatron: 'I love the challenge'

      IRVING, Texas -- Megatron is a 6-foot-5, 236-pound measuring stick for cornerback Brandon Carr. Carr has been spectacular while shadowing No. 1 receivers during the Dallas Cowboys' two-game winning streak. He held Washington’s Pierre Garcon to six catch…
      Source: ESPN.com

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