Dallas Cowboys (5-2)
What they’ve done well: The running game is solid with Marion Barber, Felix Jones and Tashard Choice, but the passing game hit another gear when Tony Romo found a new favorite receiver in Miles Austin. As result, Dallas is now second in the league with 411.1 yards per game. When it comes to scoring, the Cowboys are 6th in the league with 28.1 ppg and they appear to be getting better. Perhaps more impressive is that Romo is not turning the ball over. He has only thrown four interceptions.
Needs improvement: The Cowboy defense has been fertile ground for opponents. Dallas is giving up 342.1 yards per game. The biggest problem for this unit is poor tackling form. The Cowboys rarely wrap up. They try to set opponents up for the big hit and they swing and miss. The Cowboys also struggle in pass defense. They have only 4 interceptions, ranking 28th in the league.
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