So the Cowboys guys looked like the class of the NFC through three weeks. Dallas.
They were unbeaten.
They'd won their three games by an average of 17 points.
Everything was good that Prescott looked great.
Ezekiel Elliott got up to speed immediately after spending some time in Cabo.
Now they've got two straight losses, and people are asking questions specifically, whether or not that fast start was a byproduct of a really weak early schedule.
The Giants, the Redskins, the Dolphins, their combined two and 12 through five weeks of the season so far, Miami and Washington to of leaks for winless teams.
Remaining the through line for all of this is Ezekiel Elliott, causing the three wins he ran for 289 yards average, 5.
2 yards per carry.
It's 97 yards total, 3.
It's really no surprise that Dak Prescott ce to worst games bypass aerating this year have been his last two.
When Elliot's been stifled, his playground Screen Bay was particularly troubling interceptions, three of them short circuiting multiple drives at critical moments.
So the thing that's obvious about Dallas is that as egos.
So go, the Cowboys could be interesting against the Jets.
On paper, this is an easy out, but Sam Darnold is back, and their defensive woes have stem largely from incompetence by the offense.
Creating short fields to defend Dallas gives him an emphatic beating.
It's going to silence the doubters for about a week until that showdown with the Eagles next week.
On Sunday, Dallas is exactly what their records says They are team that beats the dregs of the league but struggles to deliver knockout punches when they move up in weight class.
Unless something changes, these Cowboys look more like pretenders than contenders for yard Barker.
I'm Chris Mueller.