The Dallas Cowboys need to move on from their Week 2 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in order to silence the early doubters and critics. The only way to do that is to get back to work, right the wrongs and make the necessary progress to win games.
Will it be easy? No, but without significant improvement to this offense, the Dallas Cowboys will only create a bigger mountain to climb and apply more pressure to the back end of their schedule. So it's onto the St. Louis Rams and the first chance to erase the misery of Arrowhead Stadium.
The Rams feature a young and talented defense that is much improved since Jeff Fisher has been at the helm of this team. They will absolutely try to put as much pressure on Tony Romo as possible while trying to minimize DeMarco Murray and the running game.
Players such as James Laurinaitis, Alec Ogletree, Cortland Finnegan and Chris Long comprise the Rams defense, and they will look to be disruptive on Sunday. The Cowboys need to run the ball, show more balance and attack this defense early.
It sounds easier said than done, but this will be another winnable game for the Cowboys that needs to be viewed as a must-win. That means that the key offensive players of this franchise need to take the lead and bring home the win.
Let's take a look at not only what they need to do but what they need to produce on Sunday.