Week 6: Cowboys at Ravens


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The Dallas Cowboys will be well rested coming off their Bye week when they take the field on Sunday in Baltimore to play the 4-1 Ravens. The Cowboys have had the past two weeks to reflect on their embarrassing loss the Chicago Bears on Monday night when Tony Romo turned ball over five times. The Cowboys are 2-2, but currently have the 30th ranked offense and 13th ranked defense. Their defense has been doing well throughout their first four weeks, but offensively, they have looked stagnant after looking great in week one against the Giants.

This Sunday the Dallas Cowboys will be looking to revive their offense against one of the NFL’s best defensive teams, the Baltimore Ravens. The Cowboys come into this game being relatively healthy due to the Bye week, but they need to come ready to play, because the Ravens have become a team capable of putting points on the scoreboard in a hurry. With Ray Rice running the ball and with a plethora of weapons at Flacco’s disposal the Cowboys will need to be ready to play defense. But the key to keeping the Ravens offense out of rhythm starts with keeping them off the field. The Dallas Cowboys need to establish Murray in the run game, and that will open up things down field for Bryant and Austin to make big plays. Additionally, and obviously, the Cowboys must be careful with the football and avoid turning it over.

Game Details:
Date: 10/14/2012
Time: 1:00pm EST
Stadium: M&T Bank Stadium
TV Broadcast: FOX

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