Kellen Moore airs it out, but was ultimately ineffective

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Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett probably told quarterback Kellen Moore, who was starting his first career game, to just air it out as often as he'd like.

Moore targeted Terrance Williams and Brice Butler 10 and nine total times, respectively. All other receivers combined for 11 targets.

With Dez Bryant inactive with a foot injury, Butler saw a large increase in production. His nine targets, which he converted for four catches for 74 yards, was more targets than he had seen the entire season combined.

Moore was still largely ineffective, completing just 13 of his 31 passes for 186 yards. The Cowboys as a whole couldn't generate any amount of offense in the 16-6 loss to the Buffalo Bills.

What is one bright spot the Cowboys can be proud of? Dallas' offensive line didn't allow a single sack on Moore, and he was hit just once in the game.