Starting off the season 2-2, there is no doubt the Cowboys are disappointed in there performance thus far.
Cowboys offensive strategy has lead to 429.7 yards a game 2nd in the league, which leads to 28.7 points a game sitting in 5th in the league.
Cowboys rushing yards per game is 1st in the league with 193.7 yards. The combination of Barber, Choice, and Jones, is no doubt the best 1 2 3 combo in the N.F.L. for Running backs.
The running is not the Cowboys problem, however the passing game is where the Boys are finding most of their downfall in the 2009 season so far. Tony Romo has averaged 237.2 pass yards a game so far which is 12th in the league. He has posted a 58.0 Comp%. He has split TD's and Int's with 4 of each. 4 games through the season he has a Q.B. Rating of 79.4.
On the receiving end, play-maker Roy Williams has less than half the catches of Tight End Jason Witten. Wiliams has only recored 1 T.D. in 4 games. There is no doubt the offensive yards per game has fell dramatically since Terrell Owens was dropped from the team.
Owner Jerry Jones just spent 1.3 Billion Dollars on a new stadium. Jones was probably planning on seeing the playoffs this year. But a .500 season will not get them there.
What changes do the Cowboys need to make? Do they need to take apart the Wide-receiver core? Or do they possibly need to make a change at the Q.B. Position?