Cowboys win all starts with Special Teams, but they’ll need more from offense in coming-weeks

The Dallas Cowboys defeated the Carolina Panthers 19-14 on Sunday in Charlotte, while quarterback Tony Romo had a solid day,  It all starts with the Special-Teams, who hit a wall in the previous week at Baltimore, much like Baltimore did vs. the Texans when the Cowboys where to busy taking care of business against the Panthers on Sunday.

— After hitting the wall, the special-teams, with kicker Dan Bailey got back on track, going 4-4 on field-goals in the win, while Bailey and the special-teams got back on track in the game, it’s not going to be enough in the coming-weeks, as the Cowboys will have to score touchdowns against teams like the Giants, and the Falcons, if  the Dallas offense isn’t able to do that, than they will most likely end up 3-5, in desperation-mode, the Dallas offense needs to find the sparks that Tony Romo and the Boys’ offense are able to create, but they’ll probably need it more often.

Thomas Brunt covers the Dallas Cowboys for his own blog,  follow his tweet-coverage on Dallas Cowboys Football on Twitter: @SPORTSDUDE350, email him you’re Dallas Cowboys Mailbag Questions: thesportsguy.brunt2@gmail.com

 

 

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Author: Thomas Brunt

TCC Student. Aspiring Leader. Christ Follower.

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